Huret & Spector Gallery

Monument Peruvien du Cañar, Fabiano Kueva

Huret & Spector Gallery presents: los archivos del cuerpo [body files], A collective project by Dalida María Benfield

February 27th through March 27th, 2015
Opening reception on February 27th, 6:00 pm

This project is a collective archive of “body files,” including video, sound, photographs, drawings, and written texts, made both by the artist and contributed to the project by other artists, writers, and the public. los archivos del cuerpo [body files] reveal in a global, horizontal and decentralized way–open and in process –new vocabularies of being and thinking. The diversity of the contributions signals the globality of our collective knowledge and the archives of our bodies–ideas, moments, pauses, actions–in which the inner movements of history and memory are evoked.

Contributors: Joeser Alvarez (Brazil), Pierre Archambault (USA), Raul Moarquech Ferrera-Balanquet (Cuba/USA), Lindsay Benedict (USA), Maria Magdalena Campos Pons (Cuba/USA), Isaac Carrillo (Mexico), Benvenuto Chavajay (Guatemala), Daniel Brittany Chávez (Mexico/USA), Teresa Maria Diaz Nerio (Netherlands), Jane Jin Kaisen (Denmark), Fabiano Kueva (Ecuador), Choralyne Dumesnil (France), Pedro Pablo Gomez (Colombia), Tom Jones (Ho Chunk/USA), Guston Sondin-Kung (Denmark), Robert M Ochshorn (USA), María C. Lugones (Argentina/USA), Naomi Elena Ramirez (USA), tammy ko Robinson (S. Korea/USA), Zvonka Simcic (Slovenia), Filippo Spreafico (Germany/Italy), and contributors and New England Graduate Media Symposium workshop participants.

Emerson College Huret & Spector Gallery
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