Gonzalo Rabanal studied Communications and Visual Arts at the University of Chile. He is a former member of the collective Ángeles Negros, who are known for their 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.
Arte de Acción en Chile (entre la dictadura y la “democracia”)
This documentary follows the process and establishment of performance and action art in Chile, featuring the accounts of performance artists, activists, and performers (from the military dictatorship to the “democracy”).
The Yes Men Are Revolting
In their third film, The Yes Men’s mid-life crises threaten to drive them out of activism forever—even as they prepare to take on the biggest challenge they’ve ever faced: climate change.
The Yes Men impersonate big-time corporate criminals to draw attention to their crimes against humanity and the environment. Their outrageous satirical interventions form the basis of three documentaries, including The Yes Men Are Revolting. They are the recipients of numerous awards and the authors of several books and articles. They founded the Yes Lab, which facilitates creative activist projects and the global development of creative activism.