Helene Vosters is an artist, activist, and scholar. She holds a PhD in Theatre and Performance Studies, and is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Canadian Consortium for Performance and Politics in the Americas.
Héctor Canonge is an interdisciplinary artist, curator, and cultural entrepreneur. His work explores issues of identity construction, gender, psychogeography, and migration. He has exhibited and presented around the globe and is founder of ARTerial Performance Lab (APLAB), among others. He teaches Media Arts at City University of New York.
Carlos Martiel (Havana, 1989) studied at the Cátedra Arte de Conducta between 2008 and 2010, led by Tania Bruguera. His works have been featured at the Havana, Pontevedra and Liverpool Biennials, as well as “La Otra” Biennial (Bogotá), the International Performance Art Biennial (Houston) and the 4th Thessaloniki Performance Festival (Greece).
Roberta Nascimento & Maria do Sol
Maria do Sol began by singing and playing multiple instruments. She pursues music while attending nursing school and experimenting with theater. Roberta Nascimento is from the São Paulo outskirts and loads her art with activism for Liberty. She researches the expansion of time-space and the use of psycho-physical exhaustion.
Rodrigo Arenas & Manuel Tzoc
Rodrigo Arenas Carter is a performer and a published author. He has presented work in exhibitions such as Se Alquila (Guatemala), FAE (Chile), and in public spaces. Manuel Tzoc Bucup is a poet and visual artist. He has published 5 books and presented work at Se Alquila (Guatemala) and Western Carolina University’s Fine Art Museum, among others.
Moderator: Marlène Ramírez-Cancio