Lorenza Aillapán, FILL AD CE MAPUNCE:/ Fill ad ce Vllkantun ka purrvn: Interpreter of Mapuche Ancestral Music and Dance. She is an artist, singer and activist-interventionist in Performing Arts and researcher of Mapuche theatricality; artistic director of “weichan purrvn”: dances of resistance; Mapuche Bilingual Intercultural Educator in artistic and socio-cultural organizations and in indigenous communities.
Álvaro Villalobos was born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1963. An UNAM (Mexico) and ASAB (Colombia) alum, he works on social and political issues through performances, videos, installations and photographs. He has received various art and research residencies to create his work and is currently a postgraduate student.
Dr. Julie Nagam is the Chair in the History of Indigenous Art in North America with the University of Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Art Gallery. She has shown her artwork and research nationally and internationally.
César Martínez (1962) works to tackle different economic, social, and cultural issues that have arisen in the last few decades. From a logic of provocation, critique, and disturbance, he uses multiple media to confront topics such as the social surfeit against a failed system, the failure of institutions, and globalization.
The Illuminator is a political art collective based in New York City that utilizes guerrilla projections in the urban landscape as their primary strategy for intervention.
Moderator: Leticia Robles-Moreno