Neo Norte 2.0
Exhibition where a Latin American collective invite to re-think who determines the North. Private view: 10th of September 6pm at Exposed Arts Projects.
‘It has been two centuries, twice a hundred years since independence and nonetheless the vestiges of colonisation still remain…’ comments Tere Chad, the curator of Neo Norte. Neo Norte is an exhibition that proposes the south as the new north. The show opens up the debate about the dominance of Eurocentric curatorial practices, and how this impact cultures that remain behind. The proposal reflects about why, at times, there appears to exist a pejorative against Latin American art. In response, Neo Norte invites to a dialogue of ethnic, folkloric, and western artworks in the same space.
The artworks showcased during this exhibition are inspired by broad topics, such as: cultural syncretism, migrations as creative destructions that can open doors for new opportunities, shamanism from a Pre-Columbian and western perspective, and last but not least, the contrast between digital and physical materiality in the old and the new continent.
Exposed Arts Project 12 Sep- 22 Oct
4-6 Drayson Mews W8 4LY
Life at Chelsea (UAL)
Interview made by Gavin Freeborn about my work regarding the Summer Show Exhibition September 2018 at Chelsea College of Arts
"My time at Chelsea has enabled me to take my work to the next level by researching much more deeply into my subject of interest and have the chance to apply my concepts to tangible textile materials. This translation from concepts into objects, has been the focus of my studies at Chelsea."
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