A sound interactive installation that invites the public to participate on a global resonance to talk about the lost of our most precious natural resource water. In collaboration with the Master Musician and composer Joaquin Orellana.
Strand London, WC2R 1LA United Kingdom
Latinx and Latin American artists share not only a colonial legacy and a history of violence, but a sophisticated and ongoing legacy of political imagination and artistic experimentality. This exhibition proposes a dialogue between Latinx and Latin American artists on the determining but often inconspicuous imposed domain of absence and presence coexisting both in society and the art world.
Guest Curator Cecilia Fajardo Hill.
ANOTHER SPACE, Chelsea, New York
Historically around the world women have been erased, hidden, or set aside in many scopes, including art. The Latin American region has and is still doing this nowadays. Currently, only 2% of yearly expositions are curated by or include women. The number of ideas to be expressed have become overwhelming in the regions where they systematically leave us voiceless.