Feeling art: affections and sensations in conversation

By way of correspondence, artist Antonia González Alarcón and art critic Sandra Sánchez share their views on the possibility of approaching artistic practice and the act of looking that mediates knowledge from affections.

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  1. Editor’s note: It’s important to trace the genealogies of thought behind words that burst into the imagination from other vocabularies, in order to recognize that there are diverse sources of knowledge beyond academia and Western-centric ways of thinking. To feel/think is, then, a word that describes an ethic of the Zapatista pluriverse where reason moves as the central axis of daily experience to make room for the feelings that cross the body as a seed of experiences that will allow “a world where many worlds fit.”


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