As a part of his exhibition Regenerations /Platforms and
utopian spaces curated for Plataforma in
Puebla, Mexico, Juan Pablo Macias invites Evelyne
Jouanno , director & curator of Emergency
Biennale in Chechnya , to take part of a laboratory
with the artists, collective projects and the special guest
contributor: John Holloway .
This laboratory will generate the production of new works that will join Emergency
Biennale on the next stop of the world tour exhibition, while
a new suitcase filled with the twin artworks will be ready to be sent
>> Conference & laboratory
discussion: Tonight, November 22, 7.00 pm
Regenerations / Platforms
and utopian spaces
San Pedro Museo de Arte in Puebla, Mexico
With John Holloway ,
Irish lawyer, Marxist economist and philosopher whose work
is closely associated with the Zapatista movement in Mexico,
his home since 1991.
His 2002 book, Change the World Without Taking Power ,
has been the subject of much controversy in Marxist circles, and contends
that the possibility of revolution resides not in the seizure of state
apparatuses, but in day-to-day acts of abject refusal of capitalist society.
He is considered by supporters and critics to be broadly Autonomist in
outlook, and his work is often compared and contrasted with that of figures
such as Antonio Negri. (wikipedia source)
Evelyne Jouanno ,
independent curator and founder of Emergency Biennale in Chechnya.
Based in Paris for 15 years, she just moved to San Francisco,
Artists & collective projects of Regenerations/ Platforms
and utopian spaces :
Hernaín Bravo, Diana Córdoba,
José Luis Cortés S., Claudia Cuevas, Yéssica
Enríquez, LAALvaca, Pablo Loreto, Leonardo Marz, Diego
Medina, Metapong, Armando Miguélez, Isaac Muñoz,
Perla Montelongo, Gustavo Ramírez, Douglas Rodrigo Rada,
Juan Pablo Macias is
an artist and curator born in Puebla, 1974. He's living
and working between Mexico and Milano, Italy.
>> www.plataforma06.com / www.regeneracion-1.org (under