Issue 8: The Yes Issue
Gelen Jeleton, Jesús Arpal Moya, Aimar Arriola, Juan Canela
Reading time: 16 minutes
The Spanish curators and artists reflect on the usefulness of the combination of magic and theory and the spells we must craft to endure a schizophrenic reality.
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Amaia Pérez Orozco
Gelen Alcántara Sánchez
Jesús Arpal Moya
Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui
The Yes Issue
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Yornel J. Martínez Elías, Daniela Castro
Sofía de Grenade, Adolfo Bimer, César Vargas
Issue 22: Radiant
In the midst of a siesta Gabriel Chaile and Duen Sacchi talk about the histories of fragility, the genealogies of forms and the possibility of inventing new meanings that mobilize symbolic and material transformations, appealing to the political commitment of the artists.
Curator Gisselle Girón opens her family archive and follows her grandmother’s dance steps to reflect on the desires that move us: belonging, enchantment and mourning make our bodies move, we dance to their rhythm.
On the border, between the Great Outside and the Great Inside there are fissures that detonate fixed categories, Nancy Rojas addresses these liminal spaces within language from the transforming insurgency of trap.
From the wounds that mark the body, artist Elian Chali shares a network of possibilities regarding political spaces and aesthetic agency that make the flesh’s vulnerability vibrate.
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