Gonzalo Rabanal is a performance and visual artist. He is a former member of the collective Ángeles Negros, who created art-actions and performances in urban spaces. He is currently collecting autobiographical testimonies for a performance piece in which his father is a source of action and memory. Other works include El cría cuervos, Mal decir la letra, and El cuerpo indecible.
If the traditional center, left, and right are still the cause of much unrest, then something must be wrong. We know the origin of what reeks: repeated offers of satisfying futures, the return of the party apparatus as the only pathway to salvation. There is a global disgust with traditional politics. “Neo recipes” only lead to old habits with new faces. The time has come to explore new spaces that are yet to be imagined, and we are the creators.