The Society of Friends of Ulises Carrión: Native Foreigners
with Natasha Ginwala, Kyrillos Sarris, and Cecilia Vicuña

APR
22
Performative conversation
8–11 pm
Live stream available

Guests open up current forms and strategies of artistic self-determination beyond, behind, or within institutions. The program brings together fans and scholars alike across space and time, for discussions, readings, and performances in Athens, Amsterdam and Mexico City in a manner recalling the work of Ulises Carrión.

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