In conversation with
Edgar Kanaykõ: Photography as reclaiming
Edgar Kanaykõ, a Xakriabá indigenous artist, moves between the culture of his people and white culture, but his feet remain grounded in his territory. For him, photography is a tool of struggle and resistance. “What we do in the field of contemporary art is reclaiming art-making to ensure our existence”.
In Conversation with
Mulambö: Carnival was my art school
The artist from Rio, Mulambö, likes to work with materials, objects and images that are thought of as “ordinary,” but which carry an enormous historical and subjective burden. What truly brings him joy is when his art goes back to school and reaches children and the youth: “That’s what really makes the work come alive.”
Francia Márquez: From Social Struggle to the Vice-Presidency of Colombia
Feminist, antiracist, revolutionary and decolonial, a single mother, singer and poet, Francia Márquez represents the daily struggles of racialized women in Colombia. In this profile, we talk about her incredible political and personal career and elucidate how her historic achievement can change Colombia and the arts in Latin America.