The life and actions of every human being are inherently political. This collection brings together works with a common central theme: the human body and its relationship with itself, with society, with institutions, and with the economy, as well as its many interactions.
Interview with Azcona on Navarra television about the controversy generated by his work.
Experiences through the body, tainted by abandonment and abuse. A critical catharsis by a social outcast.
Interview with Uniminuto's university channel. Azcona offers up some hints about this first retrospective and his performance art in Bogotá.
Photo shoot in Bogotá
Photography work in progress by Luiza Prado.
Interview for Uniminuto's university channel
Interview for the program "El Parlante Amarillo"
Birth of a hypothetical biomechanic embryo. Performance at the Museum of Contemporary Art Bogotá.
Interview for the program La Revista, in which Carreño speaks about the creative process involved in his Arthropoda project.
Interview for the program Bogotá Activa
Performance at the Museum of Contemporary Art Bogotá as part of the Sunday matinees program.
Baglione speaks about his creative process, involving objects such as sneakers, T-shirts, and bags.
Commentary on the Obituary exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Bogotá.
Baglione's artistic interventions
Creation of the mural in homage to Rosa Elvira Cely and all victims of sexual and gender violence. Wall adjoining the Museum of Contemporary Art Bogotá.
Interview for Uniminuto's university channel about the "Obituary" exhibition.
Interview with Raúl Marroquín and Klaus Fruchtnis as part of the Playground project.
Marroquín speaks about his work as part of the Playground exhibition.
Stream broadcast from Amsterdam as part of the Sunday matinees program at the Museum of Contemporary Art Bogotá.
Interview for the program Stop Art
Documentary on the links and collaboration between art and science.
Curation, research, selection, and texts:
Gustavo A. Ortiz Serrano
Recording, database, documentation, and coordination:
Wilmar Tovar Leyva
Works in the permanent collection at the Museum of Contemporary Art Bogotá—a cultural entity of the Minuto de Dios University Corporation (UNIMINUTO).