Hernán Parada

OPEN WOUND. THE MOURNING OF HERNÁN PARADA

Seeing the exhibition, Hernán assures he is moved. He had never seen the material gathered. He further says the image he has of his brother has not changed over time. Within his family they continue to remember him constantly, and in light of events, it seems that Hernán Parada’s work is not only open but is also a way of mourning. “Obrabierta is not closed until Alejandro reappears,” he says firmly.

LO CRÍTICO-PULSIONAL DE LA CRÍTICA DEL ARTE EN ‘CRÍTICA DE BARRICADA I’, DE ALIWEN

La apuesta de «Crítica de barricada» podría ser definida como un posthumanismo transfeminista campuria que opta por des-esencializar la verdad del género inscrita en l*s cuerp*s generizados, abriendo la crítica del arte a los “tecno-saberes y senti-pensares”, de modo tal que autoras como Gloria Anzaldúa, Rosi Braidotti, Eugenia Brito, Rey Chow, Diamela Eltit, Donna Haraway, Nelly Richard, o Chela Sandoval son leídas en clave cyborg.