Lucía Egaña participates in the exhibition Todos los tonos de la rabia

On September 15th, the artist in residence Lucía Egaña Rojas will perform at the inauguration of Todos los tonos de la rabia, whose remains will be exhibited as a work of art during the exhibition. Curated by Carolina Bustamante Gutiérrez and Francisco Godoy Vega, the exhibition will be on display at MUSAC in León until 13 January.

Paraphrasing the poem Shades of Anger by Palestinian poet Rafeef Ziadah, it is proposed as an exhibition that activates artistic, poetic and political practices that engage in a radical critique of the historical and contemporary dimension of racism. Anger is assumed here as a place of enunciation that responds to the mistreatment produced by the colonial conscious and unconscious in their forms of exclusion, violence and death. By recovering the power of language from anti-racist aesthetics and policies, anger allows us to articulate an active questioning that is territorialized with confidence: not by whispering, but by speaking from a plurality of racialized voices that rebel against the systems that perpetuate racism. In this sense, orality is a key place of enunciation as a plot through which knowledge has circulated, in an unregulated way, that has been overshadowed or exterminated by colonialism and neocolonialism. Language is also thought of from its political dimension, as a power in its bastard and rabid use that resists in an aesthetic and vital way. The exhibition is proposed as a process of territorialization and deterritorialization starting from a position situated: the Spanish State, which includes works by Daniela Ortiz, Will Yacome, Lucía Egaña Rojas, Rubén H. Bermúdez, Yos Piña, Fannie Sosa, Sandra Gamarra, Angelo Moșuțan-Zsurkis, Terrorismo Teatral Migrante, Linda Porn and Ira Sudaka. These proposals are in dialogue with other works developed mainly in Latin America by the artists and thinkers Ingrid Wildi Merino, Nadia Granados/ La Fulminante, Johan Mijail, Jota Mombaça, Sebastián Calfuqueo, Mujeres Creando and Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui. Finally, the exhibition generates an active dialogue with poetry, presenting poems by Rafeef Ziadah, Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Yeison F. García, Gloria Anzaldúa and Victoria Santa Cruz.


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