Rafael Baca: Proyecto Tres

El pintor y performer Rafael Baca presentó una obra de pintura e instalación inédita en junio de 2009 en el Centro Hemisférico que se centró en el tema del género. Según Baca, “Para finalizar con la secuencia de presentaciones se presenta un discurso plástico actoral, que trata de ilustrar la opresión del sistema patriarcal, su vacío y sus consecuencias en la relación de género hombre-mujer. También se intenta cuestionar las actitudes violentas generadas por el aprovechamiento de los privilegios que el sistema otorga a un@s y la opresión que genera en otr@s. Trata de evidenciar que la violencia sólo genera más violencia.”

 

The painter and performer Rafael Baca presented an unedited installation and painting-based piece in June, 2009 in Centro Hemisférico that focused on gender. According to Baca, “To finalize the sequence of illustrations is a dramatic speech that illustrates the oppression wreaked by the patriarchal system, its emptiness, and the consequences wreaked upon the relations between men and women. It also questions the violent attitudes generated by the exploitation of the privileges provided by the system to some and the oppression that it generates in others. The piece attempts to demonstrate that violence only produces more violence.

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Arte Acción is an interdisciplinary platform located in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas that focuses on developing public performance programming and linking different social groups together in order to promote diverse forms of human development through diverse, continual activities geared towards increasing public awareness, personal reflection and the creation of artistic and political projects. It is a platform first developed with the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics in collaboration with Fortaleza de la Mujer Maya (FOMMA), a theatre troupe of indigenous women. Arte Acción, encompasses public lectures, roundtables, performances, public actions and projections seeking to promote, present and archive performative practices as a social, cultural and political in it's collaboration and research with local, national, and international communities.