Isabel Jordán Bruno (Bolivia) is an artist who explores notions of femininity, political struggles, and social differences. She has presented at Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Centro Cultural Santa Cruz, and has participated in the Biennial of Performance Cimientos in Cochabamba, Bolivia, and the Encuentro Aktivagante organized by the ARTerial Performance Lab (APLAB).
Addresses the deep existential vacuum people may develop as a result of childhood experiences. It focuses on the evolution and changes many people go through as they grow and how they are impacted by psycho-physiological disorders. Jordán draws from personal experiences and symbolically strips the layers that encapsulate her own Self.
Public intervention about the displacement of indigenous people, deforestation and transformation of green areas for the construction of roads and coca leaf plantations in Bolivia. It evokes the reality of labor exploitation, economic disparities and social disputes in the continent’s new Plurinational State.