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Talks & Workshops

Talk / Adela Goldbard


Artist talk by Adela Goldbard



Adela Goldbard (Mexican, b. 1979) is an interdisciplinary artist and educator who believes in the potential of art to generate critical thinking and social transformation. Her work melds photography, video, sculpture, text, public actions and immersive installations. She received an MFA in studio art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2017), where she was recognized with the New Artist Society Fellowship, and a BA in Hispanic Language and Literature from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (2012). Goldbard is the 2017 School of the Art Institute of Chicago Awardee of the Edes Foundation Prize. Since 2015 she is a member of the National System of Artistic Creators of Mexico (Mexico’s Endowment for Culture and the Arts). She is an AICAD Post-graduate Fellow and Full-time Assistant Professor in Residence at Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been exhibited in Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Spain, Phili­ppines, Russia, Argentina, Canada, USA, and widely in Mexico. She lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island, and Mexico City.


Event in collaboration with the Programa de Fotografía Contemporánea (PFC) and made possible by the support of Proyecto Bi, Fundación BBVA Bancomer.

Talk / Iñaki Bonillas


Artist talk by Iñaki Bonillas



Since the late nineties, Iñaki Bonillas (Mexico City, 1981) has established a deep relationship with photography in his work. With a regard for the aesthetics and the conceptual practices of the sixties and seventies, Iñaki Bonillas has been gradually isolating the constituent elements of photography and connecting them with other procedures. In 2003 Bonillas introduced the vast photo archives of his grandfather, J. R. Plaza, into his work. He links elements together that are a priori incompatible: on the one hand a personal, biographical narrative that consists of private anecdotes and emotions, and on the other a quasi-scientific element of compilation, classifying, and archiving.


Images courtesy of Jimena Camou

Event in collaboration with the Programa de Fotografía Contemporánea (PFC) and made possible by the support of Proyecto Bi, Fundación BBVA Bancomer.

Talk / Plinio Avila


Artist talk by Plinio Ávila



Plinio Ávila (Zacatecas, Zacatecas, 1977) lives and works in Mexico City. He graduated from the Training Program for Lithography technicians at the Tamarind Institute, and he subsequently completed a postgraduate course in Art at the Hoger Instituut voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp, Belgium. He directed the Centro de Gráfica Museograbado del Museo Felguérez for 15 years and he was curator of the No-Museo de Arte Contemporáneo MUNO of Zacatecas. His work is characterized by the wide variety of techniques ranging from painting and traditional graphics to video and performance. Plinio uses different characters that can address the same issues from different prospectives. The identity, space, faith and various existential themes are analyzed with his works, and are mostly created in collaboration with others.


Event in collaboration with the Programa de Fotografía Contemporánea (PFC) and made possible by the support of Proyecto Bi, Fundación BBVA Bancomer.

Talk / Arte y Trabajo BWEPS


Artist talk by Arte y Trabajo BWP



Arte y Trabajo BWEPS (Art and Labor BWEPS) is a group of multidisciplinary studies from Biquini Wax EPS to analyze contemporary art under the capitalist mode of production conformed by Alejandro Gómez Arias, Bernardo Núñez Magdaleno, Gustavo Cruz, Roselin Espinosa, Neil Mauricio Andrade, Daniel Aguilar Ruvalcaba and Israel Urmeer.


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Workshop & Talk / Santiago Cao


Prácticas de desvelamiento de situaciones cotidianas

Talk and performance workshop by Santiago Cao

05/19/2017 – 05/13/2017


Talk and workshop around the devices of control of the bodies, the knowledge that restrict the potency of life and some possible tactics of resistance in public spaces. The practice of performance understood as a performative device capable of disorganizing the social body from its own knowledge in the search for new productions of subjectivity that enable other ways to think the city.

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Talk / Fran Ilich


Souvenir of the American Holocaust

Artist talk by Fran Ilich



Fran Ilich (born in 1975 in Tijuana, Mexico) is a multimedia artist, essayist and novelist who works with creative practices of hacktivism, investment banking and narrative media based in New York City. He has participated in ARCO, Madrid; Berlinale Talent Campus; Documenta 12, Kassel; Transmediale, Berlin; How Latitudes Become Forms, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis and the Festival Mundial de la Digna Rabia, Mexico City.

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