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TRNSITOry PUBLICO | PUBLIC TRANSITorio- Political art that is refreshingly amoral

These events will bring together artists and activists from throughout Latin America and Los Angeles to create public discussions and performances in Santa Monica, Westwood, Hollywood, Downtown, and on the way to Tijuana.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
www.publicotransitorio.com
Los Angeles, CA 90095

A migratory installation of artists, activists, and militant researchers: in art spaces, parks, and a museum; around a university, under a bridge, and on the train.

 

Los Angeles, November 13-20, 2007

 

These events will bring together artists and activists from throughout Latin America and Los Angeles to create public discussions and performances in Santa Monica, Westwood, Hollywood, Downtown, and on the way to Tijuana.

 

Participants include: the Internacional Errorista (founders of the errorist movement); Argentine militant performance group Etcétera; Brazilian antiracist art group Frente 3 de Fevereiro; activist sound art collective Ultra-red; BijaRi, an interventionist design+performance+VJ collective from São Paulo; Argentine art and environmental organization Ala Plástica; La Lleca, an artist social intervention based in the prison system in Mexico City; Guatemalan performance artists Regina José Galindo and María Adela Díaz; Ecuadorian performance artist Jenny Jaramillo; and Los Angeles performance ensemble Butchlalis de Panochtitlan. Participants also include leading feminist artists Mónica Mayer, from Mexico City; Kirsten Dufour, from Copenhagen, and Suzanne Lacy, from L.A.; the Mothers of East Los Angeles; the former Eastside Artistas; anthropologist Pilar Riaño-Alcalá; Boyle Heights community garden Proyecto Jardín; editors of the magazines Make/shift and LOUDmouth; Xicana/Indigenous filmmakers collective Womyn Image Makers; the creators of just space(s); The Journal of Aesthetics & Protest; and architect Teddy Cruz.

 

Events take place November 13th-20th. They are free and open to all publics. TRáNSITOry PúBLICO will be held in English, Spanish, and Portuguese with English and Spanish translation available at all events. Events will be held on the UCLA campus November 13th, 19th, and 20th, and at the UCLA Downtown Labor Center on November 15th.

 

For the full schedule of activities and information about the participants (from photos to manifestos) please see www.publicotransitorio.com.

 

TRáNSITOry PúBLICO is presented in collaboration with the Political Equator II, a 2-Day trans-border event that will take place in San Diego and Tijuana November 16-17.  (www.politicalequator.org).

This conference begins on November 13 - 20. For a list of locations and schedules go to www.publicotransitorio.com


Cost : Free and open to the public

Jennifer Flores Sternad
1 303 204 0003
www.international.ucla.edu/lac/
jf@post.harvard.edu

Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute, World Arts & Cultures/Dance, Gender Studies, Chicano Studies Research Center, University of California Institute for Research in the Arts, Art Department

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