Corporeal Dissidences: The Politics of Performance and Resistance
Thursday, July 21, 02:30PM – 04:30PM
Universidad de Artes y Ciencias Sociales (ARCIS), Facultad de Artes y Cultura Visual, Sala Jorge Müller.
Libertad 59, Santiago, Región Metropolitana
A panel conversation with APLAB participating artists will explore issues that pertain to Live Action Art and the position of the body as a tool and weapon for political resistance.The program investigates notions of Performance Art and Politics of Action and Resistance by addressing the present state of Live Action Art in every country represented in the program. Leyneuf Tines (Colombia), Phd. Performance Studies, and Gonzalo Tejeda (Chile) photographer and documentarian will moderate the talk. APLAB in collaboration with Chilean initiative EL CUBO, and its hosting venue ARCIS, features artists from its transcontinental network. Participating Artists: Daniel Acosta (Argentina), Neda Godoy (Chile), Adrían E. Gomez Gonzales (Cuba), Isabel Jordán Bruno (Bolivia), Clara Macías Carcedo (Mexico), Rossella Matamoros (Costa Rica), Ana Carolina Izquierdo (Peru), Graciela Ovejero Postigo (Argentina)