LEARNING WITH ZAPATISMO | talk

Location/Lugar Centro Cultural La Corrala Date/Fecha: September 18th from 10:00 to 12:00 Access/Entradas: Free until full capacity, prior registration by mail to info@instituteofradicalimagination.org indicating name, surname and motivation from September the 1st. Language / Idioma Español

Natalia Arcos Salvo

comisaria e investigadora de Estética y política, comparte sobre: / curator and researcher of Aesthetics and politics, shares about: 

Historia y actualidad del Movimiento Zapatista en Chiapas / History and current affairs of the Zapatista Movement in Chiapas.

Un recorrido por la construcción de la Autonomía Zapatista, eventos claves, conceptos relevantes y comprensión de la ética organizativa. (45 mn) / A journey through the construction of Zapatista Autonomy, key events, relevant concepts and understanding of organizational ethics. (45 nm)

Coffee break

Escucharon?: Estructura estética y poética del Movimiento Zapatista / Did they hear?: Aesthetic and poetic structure of the Zapatista Movement.

El encuentro entre la cosmología maya y las ideologías de la izquierda del Siglo XX contribuyen a entender cómo la estética y la poética son columna esencial de la infraestructura política del Zapatismo.( 45 mn. ) / The encounter between Mayan cosmology and the ideologies of the 20th century left contribute to understanding how aesthetics and poetics are an essential column of the political infrastructure of Zapatismo. (45 min.)


BIO

Natalia Arcos (Santiago de Chile, 1979) has a Degree in Theory and Art History from the University of Chile and a Master in Contemporary Art from Paris IV-Sorbonne University, where she was the first latinamerican accepted. As an independent curator, she has done twenty exhibitions in Chile, Argentina, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Cuba, England and Greece. From 2008 to 2013, she was Programming Director of the Chilean Television Channel specialized in art, ARTV. From 2013 to 2020, she was member of GIAP (Grupo de Investigación en Arte y Política) based in Chiapas, México, where she also directed the center for artistic residencies. Natalia was collaborator on the books “Los latidos del corazón nunca callan: poemas y canciones zapatistas” and “Para una estética de la liberación decolonial”invited by Professor Enrique Dussel. Actually, she follows a Master Degree in Sociology of Art at CESMECA Institute of University UNICACH, México.