Practice at the Border (Conjugations Project) Natalia Jiménez
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Practice at the Border (Conjugations Project) Natalia Jiménez

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Pràctica en la frontera (Projecte Conjugaciones) de Natalia Jiménez

CONJUGATIONS. A dialogue with the public stems from the need of Natalia Jiménez (Jaén, 1980) to share her concerns about the complex processes of identity construction. This motivation led her to establish a prolific correspondence with anthropologist and specialist in gender studies, Leticia Sánchez Moy. And these dialogues, in turn, have continued to expand with contributions from the playwright Jorge Gallardo and the collaboration of the visual artist Pep Duran.

CONJUGATIONS proposes an open dialogue with the public in which boundaries are reclaimed as a space of freedom. ‘There are many different ways to wear a woman’s body, of belonging to a particular ethnic group or culture, of experiencing a sense of place, of territory, and inhabiting another without forgetting where we come from or where we are going. Of asserting that I don’t come from here or there, I’m not feminine or masculine, but that I decide to inhabit the border to create my own vision of the world, as legitimate as any other.’

dates
23 November 2013
price
Admission included in the Museum entry ticket. Free with the Passi card and for Friends of MACBA. The entry ticket entitles you to a free Moritz beer in the Lounge space.
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Practice at the Border (Conjugations Project) Natalia Jiménez
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23 November 2013
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Practice at the Border (Conjugations Project) Natalia Jiménez
price
Admission included in the Museum entry ticket. Free with the Passi card and for Friends of MACBA. The entry ticket entitles you to a free Moritz beer in the Lounge space.
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