Young Collector’s Salon: Engaged

December 19, 2017

Coming up…

Young Collector’s Salon: Engaged

Framer Framed

Wednesday 20 December, 19:30 – 21:00

On Wednesday 20 December, Framer Framed is hosting a salon of the Young Collector’s Circle, an organisation connecting (aspiring) art collectors to the arts world. Tonight’s salon will go into the topic of collecting ‘engaged art’. What is engaged art and why is it interesting for collectors? How do engaged artists position themselves in relation to the commercial arts world?

These are some of the questions that will be approached from different perspectives: we will go into conversation with :

– gallerist Leylâ Akinci of Amsterdam-based gallery AKINCI. Representing amongst others artist Ali Kazma, part of current Framer Framed exhibition House of Wisdom;

– artist Antonio José Guzman;

– Josien Pieterse, initiator and director of Framer Framed;

– Manuela Klerkx, collector with a focus on Iranian art, also represents Ag Galerie in Teheran

Framer Framed

IJpromenade 2

1031 KT Amsterdam

Major Taylor, world’s greatest bicyclist | Transhumanized Series | Lightjet print in metallic paper | 2015

BAYANO

December 19, 2017

‘Seat at theTable’

Regentenkamer Amsterdam Museum

Opening: Thursday 21 December, 16:00 18:00

21 Dec 2017 – 18 Feb 2018

‘Seat at theTable’ opens festively with a toast and speeches on 21 December at 16:00 and can be seen until February 18, 2018, during the exhibition Ferdinand Bol & Govert Flinck, Rembrandt’s Master’s students. Together with Museum Het Rembrandthuis, the Amsterdam Museum is exhibiting the first extensive retrospective ever about painters Ferdinand Bol (1616-1680) and Govert Flinck (1615-1660).

With works from: Marga Weimans

Remco Osorio Lobato

Antonio Jose Guzman & Niek Peters

The Reality (Senad Alic & Wilma Simons)

Nasr Azamehr

Bruno Filho

Safaa Khazal

Amsterdam Museum:

Kalverstraat 82

Amsterdam

advisor visual arts and cultural heritage – Mondriaan Fonds

December 17, 2017

New advisors visual arts and cultural heritage

The Mondriaan Fund works together with numerous independent and expert advisers when assessing applications. These are artists, exhibition makers, critics, art historians, museum staff and other experts who can appreciate the developments in the field of visual art and cultural heritage. On the basis of a nomination by the selection committee, the Mondriaan Fund has appointed 31 new advisors for visual arts and heritage.

From 1 January 2018 they will reinforce the pool of advisers who assess applications to the Mondriaan Fund. The recruitment took place through an open call. The selection committee chose from 280 applications the following new advisers: Agnes Vugts, Anke van der Laan, Annemiek Rens, Annette de Vries, Antonio Jose Guzman Jaramillo, Bas Hendrikx, Bülent Evren, Caro Verbeek, Dineke Stam, Dyonna Benett, Ellen ter Gast, Esther Schreuder, Eva Kleemann, Fieke Krikhaar, Fiona Tan, Ilya Rabinovich, Inge Pollet, Iris Sikking, Jorrit Kelder, Katayoun Arian, Kees Zandvliet, Maaike Schoorel, Maarten Kentgens, Margriet Schavemaker, Michael Tedja, Mique Eggermont, Mila Ernst, Peter van der Es, Robert Jan Verhagen, Sidi El Karchi, Stephanie Noach.

The Mondriaan Fund is a publicly financed fund for visual art and cultural heritage. It supports innovative projects and activities by visual artists, intermediaries (curators and critics), museums and other heritage organizations, art institutions, archives, galleries and commissioning parties. All grants are awarded with a view to promoting the production and presentation of relevant Dutch visual art and heritage in the Netherlands and abroad, where a commercial market is (yet) undeveloped.

Screen News

December 16, 2017

Monochromatic Nieuw Dakota

December 16, 2017

Monochromatic, Ajrakh DNA pattern sequences & Nail Strings

Nieuw Dakota Amsterdam

October 15 – November 19

Antonio José Guzman in collaboration with Textiel Factorij, Iva Jankovic (Mids), Sukor and Sufiyan Khatri

A decade ago Antonio Guzman joined the Genographic Project, an initiative of National Geographic that studies the DNA of thousands of people, helping them to find their ancestry. Guzman found his roots are African, Sephardi Jew and Native American. For a presentation at the Habana Biennial, the artist constructed with Amsterdam’s barrel organist Leon Perlee an organ book with his DNA, the book was played during the Biennial with a Cuban Barrel Organ.

The barrel organ book was scanned, and the artist made banners and sculptures with extracts of his DNA sequence, which is exactly the same sequence that Guzman used for the block prints made in India. The artist did extensive research on the Spakenburg Indian chintz kraplap, a women’s traditional cloth that formed an integral part of the traditional wear for women in the villages of Spakenburg and Bunschoten. The selected kraplappen, part of the collection of the Zuiderzee Museum, are made of indigo painted patterns and red madras textile. The project it’s been developed with a textile printing master in India.

The Monochromatic series will be shown in Nieuw Dakota together with Guzman’s Dukkha Series, in which an assemblage of geometric thread and photo sculptures with influences of Constructivism come together with the culture of the Congolese Diaspora in Panama. The installation at Nieuw Dakota shows us a fascinating universe in which cultural influences from all over the globe come together: the enigmatic anatomy drawings by Jean-Michel Basquiat meet geometrical textile prints from northern India, which merge with the ritual ‘cosmos drawings’ by Günther Uecker as well as the nail patterns in Congolese Nkisi figures.

Opening: October 15th, 4-6 pm
Exhibition: October 15 – November 19
Public Program: October 28: During the 24 hours Amsterdam Noord, the artists invite us to a 15 minute performance with a live barrel organ and visuals related to the installation.

              

I Am a Native Foreigner

December 16, 2017

Aspects of migration in the collection of the Stedelijk Museum.

The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is mounting a series of exhibitions in 2017 and 2018 that explore different aspects of the theme migration. “I Am a Native Foreigner” examines migration by focusing on the museum’s collection: what are artists views on migration, and how do they visualise it in their work? This collection presentation considers the effects of migration on artists both past and present, and reveals how they dealt with, and depicted, the impact of displacement. The title “I Am a Native Foreigner” is taken from a statement made by the Mexican artist Ulises Carrión (1941-1989), who settled in Amsterdam in the 1970s.

The work in “I Am a Native Foreigner” ranges from photographs of Dutch immigrants disembarking at New York’s Ellis Island around 1900, and Surinamese-born Dutch who made their home in the Bijlmer in Amsterdam southeast in the late ‘70s, to more recent images of refugees off the coast of southern Spain.

Some artists, like Remy Jungerman and Ed Hart, were once migrants themselves, and articulate that experience in their work. In the 1960s and ‘70s, they left their homeland, Suriname, for Amsterdam. In Jungerman’s work, the squashed toad motif serves “as a metaphor for something or someone who voluntarily steps out of their natural habitat. That step is a risk: you might end up being squashed flat, but you might escape.” Some artists explore the relationship between migration and the colonial past of the Netherlands. In La Javanaise, Wendelien van Oldenborgh concentrates on ‘Dutch wax’, highlighting the way in which the Dutch appropriated the traditional batik technique to produce fabrics which were – and still are – immensely popular on the African market. Born in South Africa and resident in Amsterdam since 1976, Marlene Dumas scrutinizes the relationship between image and stereotype in Young Men, a series of portraits featuring males of North African appearance.

   

Transillumination #1 at 24H Amsterdam

October 26, 2017

This coming Saturday 28th of October as part of the elaborate research done for Project Monochromatic, I’ll be performing Transillumination #1, DNA sequences & repetitive compositions. Performance goes from 4 until 8pm. It’s going to be a beautiful day at Nieuw Dakota, Amsterdam, so come over and grab some roti & drinks.
 
I’ll be also mixing and experimenting with electronic noise, ambient, abstract glitch, minimal, industrial, electro, dubtropica, drone beats and tracks from artists like Ryoji Ikeda and Philip Glass. Léon Perlee will play the barrel organ.
 
Transillumination #1 Its been composed together with Alejandro Matamala and Leon Perlee, its been played and arranged with Espíritu Tico and Tatiana Koleva in the marimbas, Heriberto Pinzon in the Piano, Leon Perlee and Organo la Tradición del Milenio in the barrel organs.
 
This massive transcultural production was part of the 12 Bienal de La Habana Biennial and the Bienal Centroamericana.
 
This project would not have been possible with out the support from The Mondriaan Fonds and Fundación Alemán Healy.
 
Programme:
12:00-22:00 Exhibition & Live Set
16:00, 18:00 and 20:00 – Performance by the artist (approx. 15 minutes)
Concert Series & Music for Barrel organ
 
Practical information
Programme subject to change. Limited capacity.
Language: all
 
Minimum age: from 12 years
 
Duration: continuous exhibition; artist’s performances approx. 15 minutes
 
24H Amsterdam: This event is part of the 24H Noord programme. 24H Amsterdam offers a chance to discover all that Amsterdam’s neighbourhoods have to offer in a 24-hour period, as theatres, museums, shops, hotels and clubs open their doors and throw up some special surprises. Each edition of 24H is dedicated to a different part of town.
 

Monochromatic | Installation view | Nieuw Dakota | Amsterdam 2017

monochromatic – nieuw dakota

October 18, 2017

I would like to thank everyone who came out Sunday to the show in Nieuw Dakota. I have been blessed showing in so many different countries and so many places, for so many amazing people. Thank you so much for having my projects. An artist is nothing without it’s crowd, and everyone who helps with the shows and putting the word out on the streets.
All the best


Black Achievers Wall

October 16, 2017

Ontmoet en bekijk het werk van prominente kunstenaars die als Black Achievers de wereld van de beeldende kunst in Nederland kleur geven. Centrum Beeldende Kunst Zuidoost licht hun werk uit met een speciaal event: de Black Achievers Wall.

In het kunstcafé besprak master of ceremony Nicole Terborg -zelf journalist, programmamaker en presentator- de kunstwerken.  Ze deed dit met de kunstenaars zelf, speciale gasten en natuurlijk het publiek. Ook werd er gekeken naar en gesproken over Black Achievers die ontbreken en wie de Black Achievers van de toekomst zijn. Aanwezig waren:

Annet Zondervan, kunsthistoricus, directeur CBK Zuidoost

Ricardo Burgzorg, kunstverzamelaar, cultureel ondernemer

Neil Fortune, beeldend kunstenaar

Antonio Jose Guzman, beeldend kunstenaar

Raquel van Haver, beeldend kunstenaar

Remy Jungerman,  beeldend kunstenaar

Vincent van Velsen, curator, kunstcriticus

Met een muzikaal intermezzo van artiest Joya Mooi, waarbij zij zelf geïnterviewd zal worden.

De Black Achievers Wall is onderdeel van de jubileumtentoonstelling ‘30 x 30’, waarmee CBK Zuidoost haar 30-jarige bestaan viert.

Kunstcafé Black Achievers Wall – – zaterdag 7 oktober

Locatie: CBK Zuidoost

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MONOCHROMATIC

October 9, 2017

30 year anniversary CBK Amsterdam Southeast

September 8, 2017

Atelier GF Workstation is very pleased to announce that we are participating with Hamaquera from the Hogon Series, at the 30 year anniversary exhibition from the CBK Centre for Visual Arts Amsterdam Southeast. Featuring the works by 140 artists that have worked with CBK over the past 30 years.

With works from: Papa Adama, Kostana Banovich, Diana Blok, Celine van den Boorn, Barbara Broekman, Avantia Damberg, Harley Davelaar, Brian Elstak, Marijke Everts, Neil Fortune, Franciscus & Franciscus, Quinsy Gario, Antonio Jose Guzman, Gita Hacham, Raquel van Haver, Jan Hoek, Remy Jungerman, Patricia Kaersenhout, Abu Kanu, Iris Kensmil, Ben Krewinkel, Charl Landvreugd, Judith Leysner, Lego Lima, Jikke van Loon, Helen Martina, Glenda Martinus, Joanneke Meester, Cindy Moorman, Chequita Nahar, Ilya Rabinovich, Baukje Spaltro, Angela Tellier, Su Tomesen.

LATIN AMERICAN CARTOGRAPHIES, impacting Latin American Arts

July 14, 2017

Curated by Antonio Jose Guzman
Art, Social Cohesion and Urban Landscapes
19 MAY ’17 — 15 AUGUST ’17

This exhibition is a visual laboratory, a journey into the realities of a vibrant continent through different points of view and mediums: from video to sounds or installations. Artists, cultural platforms and activists are today at the forefront of generating new perspectives around violence, learning, memory, resilience or mobility. What critical role can they play in their urban contexts? In El Salvador, they organised a football game between the former army and the guerrilla members. Peruvian activists display the city as a non-formal learning space. A Mexican collective critically explores how a Belgian architect contributed to Medellín’s urban development in the 1920s. Brazil based artists propose a new city questioning waste and water management, accessibility and mobility. From Colombia, activists and artists place the issue of the air at the heart of resilient cities. It is part of the EU project ‘LAIC – Culture and Arts Supporting Social Cohesion in Latin American Cities’, developed by Interarts and BOZAR and funded by DG DEVCO of the European Commission.

Works by The Fire Theory, Bijari, La Ciudad Verde, EscueLab.org, LAALvaca, Método Salgari, Oscar Leone Moyano, Dália Rosenthal, Federico Martínez Montoya, Fernando Escobar, Charlotte Charbonnel, Deúniti, Goto, Mister Basurama, Cine de Plano, Guillermo Araujo, Maximiliano Nulchis Graffitti, Gris Perú, EPA!, minipimer.tv, Cartografías del Azar, Regina José Galindo, Humberto Vélez, Raquel van Haver.

Curator: Antonio José Guzman
Scientific Committee: Paul Dujardin, Mercedes Giovinazzo, Toni Cots (LAIC Project Coordinator), Sophie Lauwers and Conrado Uribe (LAIC expert)

Organised by: BOZAR, Interarts
Support: European Commission
Collaboration: Recyclart Fabrik, Zinneke, Atelier GF Workstation

BOZAR/Centre for Fine Arts

FREE ENTRANCE

Opening hours
Tue – Sun, 10 am – 6 pm (14.07.2017, 10 am – 5 pm)
Thu, 10 am – 9 pm (Till 6 pm from 21.07 till 15.08)
Closed on Monday

Francis Boeske Projects – Nieuw Dakota

July 13, 2017

SummerShow 2017: 2 – 30 July

This year, in cooperation with Francis Boeske Projects, Nieuw Dakota organized already the third edition of the SummerShow Amsterdam North, a show for all artists with a studio or residence in Amsterdam North.

Dukkha Series & Neil Fortune Installation

monochromatic at Nieuw Dakota

July 3, 2017

Ajrakh DNA pattern sequences & Nail Strings

In collaboration with Textiel Factorij, Iva Jankovic (Mids), Sukor and Sufiyan Khatri, Mondriaan Fonds

The Monochromatic series will be shown coming fall in Nieuw Dakota together with the Dukkha Series. The installation at Nieuw Dakota shows us a fascinating universe in which cultural influences from all over the globe come together: the enigmatic anatomy drawings by Jean-Michel Basquiat meet geometrical textile prints from northern India, which merge with the ritual ‘cosmos drawings’ by Günther Uecker as well as the nail patterns in Congolese Nkisi figures.

During the 24 hours Amsterdam Noord, the Artist invite us to a 15 minute Amsterdam Noord mini safari performance with tropical sounds, poems, a live barrel organ and visuals related to the installation.


Monochromatic

July 2, 2017

Ajrakh DNA pattern sequences & Nail Strings

In collaboration with Textiel Factorij, Iva Jankovic (Mids), Sukor and Sufiyan Khatri, Mondriaan Fonds

A decade ago Guzman joined the Genographic Project, an initiative of National Geographic that studies the DNA of thousands of people, helping them to find their ancestry. Guzman found his roots are African, Sephardi Jew and Native American. For a presentation at the Habana Biennial, the artist constructed with Amsterdam’s barrel organist Leon Perlee an organ book with his DNA. The barrel organ book was scanned, and the artist made banners and sculptures with extracts of his DNA sequence, which is exactly the same sequence that Guzman used for block prints in India.

The artist did extensive research on the Spakenburg Indian chintz kraplap, a women’s traditional cloth that formed an integral part of the traditional wear for women in the villages of Spakenburg and Bunschoten. The selected kraplappen, part of the collection of the Zuiderzee Museum, are made of indigo painted patterns and red madras textile. The project it’s been developed with Iva Jankovic (Mids) and with Sufiyan Khatri in India.

MONODAKOTA

June 21, 2017

monochromatic at nieuw dakota

The Monochromatic series will be shown coming fall in Nieuw Dakota together with the Dukkha Series. During the 24 hours Amsterdam Noord, Guzman invite us to a 15 minute Amsterdam Noord performance with poems, a live barrel organ and visuals related to the installation.

Cartografias latinoamericanas

June 1, 2017

Curated by Antonio Jose Guzman 
19 MAY ’17 — 15 AUGUST ’17

This exhibition is a visual laboratory, a journey into the realities of a vibrant continent through different points of view and mediums: from video to sounds or installations. Artists, cultural platforms and activists are today at the forefront of generating new perspectives around violence, learning, memory, resilience or mobility.

Works by The Fire Theory, Bijari, La Ciudad Verde, EscueLab.org, LAALvaca, Método Salgari, Oscar Leone Moyano, Dália Rosenthal, Federico Martínez Montoya, Fernando Escobar, Charlotte Charbonnel, Deúniti, Goto, Mister Basurama, Cine de Plano, Guillermo Araujo, Maximiliano Nulchis Graffitti, Gris Perú, EPA!, minipimer.tv, Cartografías del Azar, Regina José Galindo, Humberto Vélez, Raquel van Haver.

Curator: Antonio José Guzman

Scientific Committee: Paul Dujardin, Mercedes Giovinazzo, Toni Cots (LAIC Project Coordinator), Sophie Lauwers and Conrado Uribe (LAIC expert)

   

Latin American Cartographies- BOZAR

April 30, 2017

Atelier GF Workstation Upcoming Exhibitions

Latin American CartographiesMetodo Salgari, The Fire Theory, Bijari, Regina José Galindo, Humberto Velez,  Rachel van Haver, La Ciudad Verde, LAAlvaca, Escuelab, Oscar Leone. 

Curated by Antonio Jose Guzman  

18 May – 8 August 2017 /// BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels

Monochromatic /// Antonio Jose Guzman – Iva Jankovic

6 July – 3 September 2017 /// Zuiderzee Museum

Produced by Textiel Factorij

Photo: © Metodo Salgari /// Mudanza, Mexico 2013

https://metodosalgari.com

Model sketch for Transhumanized

April 25, 2017

Transhumanized & Neurohackings Series | Antonio Jose Guzman – Atelier GF Workstation

The Project will be developed with students from the BEAR Artez Fine Arts Department. The neurolab will be located in Utrecht for the next eight months and there will be collaborations with with IVA Jankovic from MIDS Artwear & Janna E. Adriaanse – Art Historian.

An international and intellectual movement that aims to research on contemporary political technologies by developing and making installations, videos, photos, sculptures, lectures, poetry readings and performances. 

Political technology is a term largely unfamiliar in the West, is the euphemism commonly used in the former Soviet states for what is by now a highly developed industry of political manipulation. There is a general understanding that elections are fixed in most countries but we still do not look closely enough at just how they are fixed.

ADN Soundsistema

February 25, 2017

ADN Soundsistema / The Museum of Contemporary Art Panama 2017

la estrella X bienal Panama

January 22, 2017

panama expandida – x bienal centroamericana

January 16, 2017

urban lab medellin – laic

December 15, 2016

LAIC: Cities in both Latin America and in Europe have become major global actors and strategic territories where tremendous social, political, economic, environmental and cultural changes are currently taking place. Both the EU and Latin America witness a myriad of public and private examples to regenerate public spaces and local communities. In that framework, culture and creativity can offer new perspectives and alternatives to challenges raised by social exclusion and urban development.

Exhibition: Latin American Cartographies BOZAR, Brussels,  May – July 2017

Curator: Antonio Jose Guzman | Organizers – Founders: Bozar, Interarts, European Union

Participants include Carlos Cadena Gaitán, from the arts collective ‘La Ciudad Verde’ in Medellín, Mariela Velasco, from the LAALvaca collective in Puebla, Juan Camilo Lema from the Escuelab project in Lima, Mauricio Brandão, from the Centro Bijari in Sao Paulo and Curitiba, as well as Melissa Guevara from The Fire Theory in San Salvador, joined by other artists and cultural actors from Latin America and Europe.

Urbanlab Medellin

The Colombian city of Medellín is currently hosting a series of encounters between artists and cultural activists to explore the role of the arts vis-a-vis social cohesion in Latin America.

Focusing on crucial contemporary challenges such as mobility, education, memory, violence or sustainability in urban contexts, the laboratory will offer a unique opportunity to experience and explore interdisciplinary and hybrid proposals, methodologies, cartographies, artworks and performances. To achieve this, five international groups – ‘nodos’ –  will be working across Medellín in the coming days to confront the challenges that one encounters in the cities of Puebla (Mexico), Lima (Peru), Curitiba (Brasil), San Salvador (El Salvador) and  Medellín.

Taking place between November 15th and 19th, UrbanLab is part of the EU-funded Project ‘LAIC – Latin American arts for Inclusive Cities’, developed by Interarts (Spain) and the Centre for Fine Arts (BOZAR). The LAIC project aims at promoting the role of arts and culture as a catalyst for inclusive and sustainable development as well as a vehicle to facilitate exchanges and joint actions between the EU and Latin America.

LAIC will culminate with an exhibition at BOZAR, in Brussels, in May-July 2017. A previous LAIC seminar at BOZAR in June 2016 already paved the way for UrbanLab.

El Cielo de Mi Memoria

November 2, 2016

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El Cielo de Mi Memoria
Secuencia de ADN – Laser en Papel

X Bienal Centroamericana
Limon – Costa Rica

Mondriaan Fonds
Articruz – Panamá.
Fundación Alemán Healy
Atelier GF Workstation


http://www.bienalcentroamericana.com/2016/08/04/guzman-antonio-jose/

Foto: Alex Arias

180 Amsterdammers

November 1, 2016

#180 Amsterdammers

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Artez Base for experiment, Art and Research

October 20, 2016

Great news: Artez Base for experiment, Art and Research came in first place in the ranking, as the best course choice Fine Art in the Netherlands!

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Psychogeographic Mapping research

October 19, 2016

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A project at BEAR Arnhem guided by teacher / visual artist: Antonio Jose Guzman, focussing on psychogeographical mapping.

Base for Experiment Art and Research
Psychogeographical Mapping.

Project by Antonio Jose Guzman
Theoretical guidance by Laura Van Grinsven

Participating students:

Nina Kersaan
Eleonora Johanna Remmen
Jaap van Klinken
Zaid Al-Lozi
Matthijs Homs
Melanie Maria
Harriet Caldwell
Laura Daniels
Gioele Pomante
Nora Welgraven
Bram Groeneveld
Hester Louter
Samuel du Chatinier
Constanze C. Schreiber
Lotte Kwee
Chris Beunk

X BIENAL CENTROAMERICANA

September 20, 2016

EN LA X BIENAL CENTROAMERICANA:

Antonio José GUZMAN
El cielo de mi memoria, 2015 / 2016
Instalación
Con la colaboración de Mondriaan Fund (Ámsterdam), Articruz (Panamá), Fundación Alemán Healy (Panamá), Atelier GF Workstation (Ámsterdam), The State of L3 (Ámsterdam)

SOBRE LA OBRA
EL CIELO DE MI MEMORIA, 2015 / 2016

El “cielo” y el “tiempo” son temas primordiales en mis investigaciones. La pérdida de memoria representa un fenómeno preocupante en nuestra civilización; en momentos que olvidamos los desastres y genocidios del pasado, nuestras comunidades se encuentran aún más polarizadas y derechistas que antes. El pasado, tan directo, no parece hacernos aprender de nuestros errores. Mi trabajo se define como una obra dedicada a las estéticas migratorias, a la genómica y al fenómeno de apropiación cultural. Mi obra presentada en la última Bienal de la Habana, ELOO-El órgano oriental, nos muestra la nomenclatura de sonidos del ADN A de mi familia materna; A es un ADN indígena que se encuentra en Asia, Mongolia, Siberia, Alaska, y en todas las Américas.

El cielo de mi memoria –nombre inspirado en una Poesía de Proust– utiliza las partituras obtenidas gracias al sonido del ADN generado por el órgano oriental. Estas partituras serán usadas para ser tocadas con una marimba. Lo interesante de la marimba es que es un instrumento que nuestros ancestros indígenas apropiaron culturalmente gracias al intercambio migratorio con africanos que vinieron a las Américas con la esclavitud. La marimba, para mi, define lo que el escritor inglés Paul Gilroy llama “El Atlántico negro”. A-J.G.

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X Bienal Centroamericana

August 22, 2016

El Cielo de Mi Memoria

X Bienal Centroamericana
Antiguo Edificio United Fruit Company
Apertura 30 de Agosto 2016
Limon – Costa Rica

Mondriaan Fonds – Grant International Presentations
Articruz – Panamá. – Atelier GF Workstation
The State of L3 Contemporary Arts & Film Collective

Poster by: Marisol Lopez

X BIENAL CENTROAMERICANA – TODAS LAS VIDAS

Nuestra gran cita de inauguración de la Décima Bienal Centroamericana será el 30 de agosto en Limón. Les compartimos abajo el programa de apertura:

Fecha: 30 de agosto, Limón
Lugar: Edificio de la antigua United Fruit Company y Pasaje Cristal en Limón

PROGRAMA

12:30 pm, Inauguración de la X Bienal Centroamericana
1:00 pm, Lectura Banana Thesis (por Victoria Cabezas)
1:30 pm, Banana Experience 3D (Ceremonia a cargo de participantes del taller en Limón)
2:30 pm, El cielo de mi memoria (Marimba, propuesta de Antonio José Guzmán)
4:00 pm: Horizonte Rocola en Pasaje Cristal

Más información:
http://www.bienalcentroamericana.com/eventos/

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