We invite you to attend two events by internationally recognized performance artist Regina Galindo (Guatemala), who will be in campus th
Regina José Galindo uses her own body as artistic material to show how state violence impacts the bodies of women and racial minorities across the globe. Her bold work enacts violent histories and insists on memory as a weapon against social injustice. Through embodied performance she creates visual metaphors that make visible and resist unequal power relations. Galindo’s unapologetically graphic actions amplify her confrontational statements. She aims to stir her viewers from passivity, disrupting a numbness born from long years of violence.
Artist Talk (in Spanish)
Wednesday, February 14th 2018
12:50-1:55 (Dartmouth Hall 217)
La Casa on February 14th 2018
Refreshments will be provided
This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Theatre and the Leslie Center for the Humanities
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.