Mapuche artist Sebastián Calfuqueo presents a performance workshop that aims to provide tools for the conceptualisation and reflection on the body from an intersectional perspective. Departing from the history of Latin American performance art and its various forms of resistance to colonialism, participants will explore how gendered and racialised bodies affirm themselves in the context of the Southern Cone and beyond.
Calfuqueo will also present a live performance at Gasworks on Tuesday 1 March.
Presented in partnership with Latin Elephant, as part of the programme Inhabiting Spaces (2021-2022). Supported by the Arts Council England, this programme aims to enable access and increase participation in the arts by the Latin American communities in the UK.
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While this workshop is open to all, LGTBQ+, Indigenous, Latinx and POC participants are particularly encouraged to attend.
Booking is required to attend this workshop and it has a limited capacity of 15 people.
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If you are unable to attend the workshop, we ask that you please cancel your reservation as soon as possible in order to allow people on the waiting list to attend.
Sebastián Calfuqueo is an artist of Mapuche origin based in Santiago de Chile. Working across performance, video, ceramics and installation, their practice interrogates the social, cultural and political status of the indigenous subject in Latin America.
Recent solo exhibitions include: Galería Patricia Ready, Santiago de Chile; Galería 80m2 Livia Benavides, Lima; Galería Metropolitana, Parque Cultural de Valparaíso; and MAC Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Universidad de Chile, Santiago de Chile. They were awarded the Municipalidad de Santiago Award on 2017 and the Fundación FAVA Award on 2018. They were recognised with the prize Democracy Machine: Artists and Self-governance in the Digital Age awarded by Eyebeam, New York.