Protecting the forest is a responsibility that is not only of the Indigenous peoples, not only of the Huni Kui people. Protecting the forest, protecting biodiversity, is a responsibility of all of humanity.
The Importance of Bodies and Emotions in Political Action: A Feminist Performance Workshop in Chiapas
Text by Claudia Rosas Rio Translated by Dani d’Emilia Images by Gio Leal Editor’s Note This is a story of a collaboration between two women’s organizations in the Mexican state
Artists: Jonathas de Andrade (Brasil), Pilar Quinteros, (Chile), David Guarnizo, (Colombia), Christian Salablanca (Costa Rica), María José Argenzio, (Ecuador), Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, (Ecuador), Angélica Alomoto (Ecuador), Rometti Costales (Francia &
Tactics and strategies of racialized artists: some notes on how to circumvent the art world’s terms of inclusion
I have been thinking about what it means to be a racialized person in the arts, and what kinds of tactics and strategies we’ve developed to move through these spaces.
A book-length poem that parodies the form of a corporate/governmental prospectus—complete with opportunity statement, deliverables, and budget—all while exposing their smooth rhetoric, exploitative intentions, and empty promises.