19 Nov EXHIBITION LATIDOAMÉRICA EXTENDIDA: EUROPA //
We invite you to the double exhibition of Latidoamérica Extendida: Europa with video and photo performance works, to be exhibited at the CC Convent de Sant Agustí and as part of the FLUX CLUB at the Antic Teatre. Within the framework of the first edition of the CONTINUO L A T I D O AMERICANO DE PERFORMANCE 2020, the committee of Latidoamérica Extendida: Europa has invited Latin American artists living in Europe to propose video and photo performances that relate to their different experiences as migrants. This exhibition will present the artworks of Latin American artists in Europe, chosen from specific invitations and open calls.
LATIDOAMÉRICA EXTENDIDA : EUROPA
To cross the ocean to migrate.
The history of the world is the history of migration. The history of the names that have been given to those human groups on the move: settlers, migrants, refugees, colonizers, expatriates, diaspora.
We crossed the ocean to live among the “conquerors.” In our program we have decided to talk about how and why we got here, and above all how we managed to stay, how and why we wanted to and were able to leave.
The fluidity of borders and territories has come to moist our identity. We inhabit hybrid and fluid spaces of enunciation. Identity and nationality are equivalent and opposite at all times.
The “Latin American identity” from within “Europe” is lived between expanded networks, found families and embodied otherness.
Curatorship by Marina Barsy Janer, Diana Soria Hernández and Guadalupe Aldrete
Organised by MATERIC.ORG and Latitud 32ºn / 55ºs
PLACES, DATES AND TIMES
CC Convent de Sant Agustí
Plaça de l’Acadèmia, Barcelona
26 // 11 // 2020 – 11 // 12 // 2020
Carrer de Verdaguer i Callís, 12, Barcelona
30 // 11 // 2020
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Calebe Simões de Souza (Brazil/Spain)
Cristiana Nogueira (Brazil/Portugal)
Dani d’Emilia (Brazil/Portugal)
David Sebastián López Restrepo (Colombia/Denmark)
Diana Soria Hernández (Mexico/Finland)
Eduardo Mamede (Brazil/Germany)
Elena Victoria Pastor (Venezuela/Germany)
Eliu Almonte (Dominican Republic/Spain)
Francisca Trobok (Chile/Spain)
Guadalupe Aldrete (Mexico/Austria)
Karla Puente Figueredo (Cuba/Poland)
Marina Barsy Janer (Puerto Rico/Spain)
MAx Provenzano (Venezuela/Portugal)
Odette Fajardo Montaño (Mexico/Spain)
Paula Flores (Mexico/Austria)
Ricardo Sarmiento Ramírez (Cuba/Germany)
Rive Díaz Bernal (Mexico/Spain)
Rocío Boliver (Mexico/Spain)
Van Jesus (Brazil/Spain)