LACE, Estación Intergalactix Station and Intergalactix presents
Estación Intergalactix Station| Map 5
Triángulo Nother (Nother Triangle) | a series of talks
Online/Happening in El Salvador and Honduras
July 28, 29, 30, 31 & August 11 simultaneous interpretation ENG/SPA was available
Triángulo Nother is an experimental exercise that looks to identify and analyze many of the symbolic consequences of migratory movements. Triángulo Nother ‘s turn of phrase breaks away from and redefines “Triángulo Norte” (Northern Triangle), a geopolitical term used to reference Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras as a singular region overdetermined for its relationship with criminality and migration.
Triángulo Nother is organized by Adán Vallecillo, Honduran artist and curator, as part of Intergalactix:against isolation/contra el aislamiento
Wednesday, July 28
Online & In-person Talk in CCESV, El Salvador | Subalternity as curatorial practice
2pm (Los Angeles)/ 3pm (El Salvador-Honduras-Guatemala)
A conversation with Salvadoran-Canadian academic, curator, and activist Armando Perla and artist-curator Adán Vallecillo. The talk revolves around the need to propose other curatorial approaches toward migration that avoids repeating patterns of stigmatization, reductionism, and the eurocentric gaze.
Thursday, July 29
Online Talk | Migration and Aesthetics in El Salvador. From the symbolic production of the war to contemporary art.
8 am (Los Angeles)/9 am (El Salvador-Honduras-Guatemala)
Embroidered linens of the civil war were created as a result of the Sumpul massacre (1980), the migratory trajectory of the victims, and influenced by the migratory phenomenon in Salvadoran contemporary art. These are the points of departure in the conversation between visual artist and cultural management Antonio Romero and curator Adán Vallecillo, taking place in LA FABRICA in El Salvador.
Friday, July 30
Online & In-person Talk in CCESV, El Salvador | “To think ourselves and continue” – Action / Sonic and audiovisual recordings
1pm (Los Angeles)/ 2 pm (El Salvador-Honduras-Guatemala)
Salvadoran artist Dalia Chévez talks with Mexican curator Pancho López about the reflections and questions that were generated from her performance. She says, “as a region we are still at the mercy of parent-powers: punishing, indebted and castrating powers.” She developed a series of actions that seek to investigate and demystify the forms and discourses surrounding such powers.
Saturday, July 31
Online TALK |Corredor Seco Satelital (Dry Corridor)
9 am (Los Angeles)/10 am (El Salvador-Honduras-Guatemala)
LACE Chief Curator Daniela Lieja Quintanar talks with Guatemalan artist Jorge Linares whose animations references a geographical zone known as “Corredor Seco” (Dry Corridor), a zone that expels immigrants in Guatemala. They will talk about the environmental implications and the futuristic view of Linares animations.
Wednesday, August 11
Online TALK | Registered Migration. A talk from the perspective of Photography and Sociology
2pm (Los Angeles)/3pm (El Salvador-Honduras-Guatemala)
The Honduran photographer Claudia Sevilla, curator-artist Adán Vallecillo and art historian Claudia Pretelin talk about how migration has been registered within photojournalism, and how these images frame only one part of the complex reality of migration.
Triángulo Nother is part of Intergalactix: against isolation/ contral el aislamiento.