Traicionar nuestra propia lengua
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by Danie Valencia Sepúlveda
5d ago
  Escribir es tomar una decisión. Por lo tanto, estoy tomando la decisión de escribir en inglés ahora mismo. También tomé la decisión de no escribir en tailandés, mi lengua materna. Aunque el tailandés es mi lengua materna, no es mi primera lengua. El inglés fue mi primera lengua, no sólo porque nací en los Estados Unidos de Amérikkka, sino también porque mi papá sólo me hablaba en inglés cuando estábamos allá, un acto bien intencionado para prepararme y protegerme del absurdo de la jerarquía lingüística. Por otro lado, fue mi madre quien se resistió a la regla de utilizar sólo inglés y ..read more
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Above and Below: Reflections on Freedom and Emancipatory Processes
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by Danie Valencia Sepúlveda
1w ago
A partial chronicle of contar transformaciones oceánicas (telling of oceanic transformations), a festival curated by yina jiménez suriel for the convening #1 of otras montañas, las que andan sueltas bajo el agua (other mountains, those that are loose underwater), in the fourth three-year cycle (2023–2025) of The Current, commissioned by TBA21. Mona Island is located in the Mona Channel, the strait that separates Quisqueya/Dominican Republic from Borikén/Puerto Rico. The sighting of Mona from the air opened windows in my awareness of time, like a cavernous portal, and only then did I understan ..read more
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Unpredictable Visions Salon ACME #11
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by Danie Valencia Sepúlveda
2w ago
  Within the large number of activities and offers possible at Mexico City Art Week, Salon ACME has established itself as one of the most innovative, appealing and inviting platforms, an essential artistic destination that cannot be missed during this time of the year. Salon ACME defines itself as a contemporary art fair, a platform for emerging national and international artists and projects, although for an unsuspecting viewer it may be a bit difficult to understand its structure. The 11th edition, under the direction of curator Ana Castella, was distributed in six sections that housed ..read more
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Inhabiting Collapse: Going through the history of a volcano to get here
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by Jesús Villalobos
2w ago
Going through the history of a volcano to get here By Paulina Ascencio Fuentes and Sandra Rozental. In the archives of the Museum of the Institute of Geology of the UNAM, a very particular birth certificate is documented. By means of a bureaucratic registry as it corresponds to any member of the citizenry, and with the official seal of the Municipal Presidency of Parangaricutiro, Michoacán, the document reports the advent of a new being and recognizes it as part of the community. However, unlike humans, this being does not breathe air, but fire. It is a being that spat boiling lava, a dragon ..read more
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Inhabiting Collapse: Going through the history of a volcano to get here.
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by Jesús Villalobos
1M ago
Going through the history of a volcano to get here. By Paulina Ascencio Fuentes and Sandra Rozental. In the archives of the Museum of the Institute of Geology of the UNAM, a very particular birth certificate is documented. By means of a bureaucratic registry as it corresponds to any member of the citizenry, and with the official seal of the Municipal Presidency of Parangaricutiro, Michoacán, the document reports the advent of a new being and recognizes it as part of the community. However, unlike humans, this being does not breathe air, but fire. It is a being that spat boiling lava, a dragon ..read more
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Igi Ayedun: on the indeterminate shape of desire
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by Danie Valencia Sepúlveda
1M ago
  A forked structure of the Nile River is printed on the carpet that covers the floor. From there, golden stakes emerge with images engraved on them. A curtain separates and produces an interior space. On the walls, paintings in irregular formats and cement objects with embedded glass eyes alternate. Finally, after passing through an ogival-shaped portal, we find a video made with artificial intelligence in which black people speculate about the origin of the universe and their own future. All in different textures of blue: dense and ethereal, material and virtual, ancestral and future ..read more
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NoirBLUE – les déplacements d’une danse
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by Danie Valencia Sepúlveda
2M ago
NoirBLUE – les déplacements d’une danse ( 2018 – 27′ ) -Ana Pi, documental -WATCH HERE- On the African continent, Ana Pi reconnects with her origins through the choreographic gesture, creating a space-time experiment that unites traditional and contemporary movement. In a dance of fertility and healing, the black skin under the blue veil is integrated into the space, recreating shapes and colors that evoke ancestry, belonging, resistance and the sense of freedom. Awards : Best Brazilian short film 2018 / Janela International Cinema Festival – Recife Best Brazilian short film 2018 / Internatio ..read more
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(Español) Perdiendo el Sur: retomando la brújula ética que apunta hacía la vida
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by Danie Valencia Sepúlveda
2M ago
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La Revuelta is more than just us six
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by Jennifer Goytia
2M ago
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Essential feminist bibliography or dare to read feminism
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by Helena Lugo
2M ago
The last time I gave a talk in Buenos Aires, at the end, a young woman with an innocent air asked me what bibliography should she read to do feminism. She mentioned sadly that in her University there were no books on feminism and that, besides Silvia Federici, she had not found anything. I was clumsy in my answer. The question made a lot of sense, but it immediately upset me because I found it insulting. I told her bluntly: if there’s nothing to read in your University, perhaps that University should be left empty. But I felt bad, I know that the blow was unfair, I know that she left with a ta ..read more
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