The Poetry Project



What does a body learn in the process of de disidentifying? How does this shift across territories, cultures, and languages? Armed with visual, textual, and corporeal language these three artists were asked to document and share their experiences in a new production. A moderated conversation with the curatorial fellows will follow the screening of the new works to connect these performances as dialogue.

Curated by Xime Izquierdo Ugaz and Edua Restrepo Castaño

Featuring: Johnajohn Campo (Colombia), Keioui Keijaun Thomas (U.S.), and Gretel Warmicha (Perú)

¿Qué aprende un cuerpo en el proceso de desidentificación? ¿Cómo cambia esto entre territorios, culturas y lenguas? Armades con un lenguaje visual, textual y corporal, se pidió a estes tres artistas que documentaran y compartieran sus experiencias en una nueva producción. Tras la proyección de las nuevas obras se celebrará una conversación moderada con les becaries curatoriales para conectar estas performances como un diálogo.

Con la curaduría de: Xime Izquierdo Ugaz y Edua Restrepo Castaño

Participantes: Johnajohn Campo (Colombia), Keijaun Thomas (U.S.), y Gretel Warmicha (Perú)

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