Yuyarinchik ninchik: un diálogo colectivo sobre arte indígena e indigenismos

Angélica Alomoto, María Elena Bedoya, Elvira Espejo, José Luis Macas, Alberto Muenala

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Artists Angélica Alomoto, Elvira Espejo and Alberto Muenala shared with María Elena Bedoya and José Luis Macas their artistic experiences and the complexities of their artistic practices in the field of art and in cultural institutions in Ecuador and Bolivia. This is only a fragment of a long collective conversation we had in the context of the pandemic of COVID 19. We would like to clarify that by saying yuyarinchik ninchik, which we could translate as ‘thinking and saying together,’ we exalt the process of collective dialogue that is often invisible: work meetings, readings, shared experiences and interests, etc.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)528-537
Número de páginas10
PublicaciónLatin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies
Volumen17
N.º4
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2022

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