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OCAD University

 

Joshua Akers - Dearborn, USA

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - Santa Cruz, USA

Josh Begley - Brooklyn, USA

Joseph Beuys

Vincent Brown - Cambridge, USA

Bureau d’études - Saint Menoux, France

Department of Unusual Certainties - Toronto, Canada

W.E.B. Du Bois

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman - San Diego, USA

Forensic Architecture - London, UK

Iconoclasistas - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Julie Mehretu - New York, USA

Lize Mogel - New York, USA

Ogimaa Mikana - Toronto, Canada

Margaret Pearce - Rockland, USA

Laura Poitras - New York, USA

Philippe Rekacewicz - Helsinki, Finland

Visualizing Impact - Beirut, Lebanon, Toronto, Canada

 

"Curated by Patricio Dávila, Diagrams of Power showcases art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.

 

Maps, graphs, and visualizations: we draw diagrams to help us think, communicate and put forth what we think is important or what we want to be true. While diagrams are often seen as statements of fact, they can further agendas by discounting other realities beneath a cloak of perceived objectivity. Diagrams of power work against representations that claim omniscience by speaking from a position, and making visible what and who gets represented and who does the representing."

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

Taller a cargo de Iconoclasistas

 

Noviembre 28,29 y 30 de 2012

 

Lugar a dudas

  

mas info:

 

Lugar a dudas

iconoclasistas

 

Taller a cargo de Iconoclasistas

 

Noviembre 28,29 y 30 de 2012

 

Lugar a dudas

  

mas info:

 

Lugar a dudas

iconoclasistas

 

Pequeña crónica sobre la construcción del mapa

Condiciones para una cartografía colectiva a escalas continentales

 

Haber compartido un espacio de creación colaborativa junto a representantes de movimientos sociales de todo el continente –con quienes se trabajó sobre un mapa de Latinoamérica socializando conocimientos, refrescando memorias y discutiendo hechos- fue una situación maravillosa. Sobre todo por la diversidad de opiniones y prácticas (mérito al buen ojo del Programa Democracia y Transformación Social que organizó la actividad) que implicó el traslado hacia otros horizontes, amplios y en ocasiones disonantes. Campesinos, indígenas, intelectuales, activistas LGTB, feministas, ambientalistas, periodistas y artistas se encontraron para reflexionar sobre su territorio impulsando intercambios con resonancias difíciles de dimensionar.

 

Trasladar este ejercicio de experiencias que incluyó señalizaciones de problemáticas, organizaciones y momentos importantes de lucha a un mapa fue una tarea compleja, larga y consensuada. Esperamos que este trabajo aporte y circule, sabemos que muchas cosas faltan y es por eso que queda abierto a propuestas y críticas.

 

Movimientos que participaron del mapeo colectivo:

Realizado durante el “Taller de diálogo entre movimientos sociales” en la ciudad de Lima durante dos eventos organizados por el Programa Democracia y Transformación Social (PDTG) Mayo 2010.

 

Colectivo TLGB (Bolivia)

Colectivo Otra Historia, Otros Saberes (México)

Colectivo Sur (Arequipa – Perú)

Colectiva Rebeldías Lésbicas (Lima- Perú)

Federación Nacional de Mujeres Campesinas, Artesanas, Indígenas, Nativas y Asalariadas del Perú – FEMUCARINAP (Perú)

Artistas Visuales y Alternativos

Movimiento Homosexual de Lima – MHOL (Lima – Perú)

Centro de Desarrollo Étnico – CEDET (Perú)

Organización de Jóvenes Unidad Productiva Técnica UPTEA-RH (Cusco – Perú) Movimiento Tierra y Libertad (Perú)

Confederación Nacional de Comunidades del Perú Afectadas por la Minería – CONACAMI (Perú)

Federación de Comunidades Nativas de Ucayali y Afluentes – FECANAU (Ucayali – Perú)

Movimiento de Adolescentes y Niños Trabajadores Hijos de Obreros y Cristianos – MANTHOC (Perú)

Movimiento de Teatro Independiente del Perú – MOTIN

Colectivo Contranaturas (Lima – Perú)

Movimiento Nacional Afroperuano Francisco Congo (Perú)

Movimiento Organización de Riego del Perú (Perú)

Movimiento Tambogrande Si (Piura – Perú)

Organización de Mujeres de Cusco (Perú)

Colectivo Acción Crítica (Lima – Perú)

Federación Popular de Mujeres de Villa el Salvador – FEPOMUVES (Lima – Perú)

Campaña por una Convención de Derechos Sexuales y Derechos Reproductivos (Uruguay)

Agrupación de la Diversidad Sexual de Tacna (Perú)

Taller de Diseño Comunitario (Puerto Rico)

Articulación Feminista – MARCOSUR (Uruguay)

Centro de la Mujer Peruana Flora Tristán (Perú)

Red Reflect Action

 

Este mapa forma parte de las Cartografías críticas de Perú y América Latina. Trabajo realizado junto a Democracia y Transformación Global / Jr. 6 de Agosto 838 Interior E, Jesús María, Lima, Perú / Tel: (+51)-1-7153450 / www.democraciaglobal.org

 

OCAD University

 

Joshua Akers - Dearborn, USA

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - Santa Cruz, USA

Josh Begley - Brooklyn, USA

Joseph Beuys

Vincent Brown - Cambridge, USA

Bureau d’études - Saint Menoux, France

Department of Unusual Certainties - Toronto, Canada

W.E.B. Du Bois

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman - San Diego, USA

Forensic Architecture - London, UK

Iconoclasistas - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Julie Mehretu - New York, USA

Lize Mogel - New York, USA

Ogimaa Mikana - Toronto, Canada

Margaret Pearce - Rockland, USA

Laura Poitras - New York, USA

Philippe Rekacewicz - Helsinki, Finland

Visualizing Impact - Beirut, Lebanon, Toronto, Canada

 

"Curated by Patricio Dávila, Diagrams of Power showcases art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.

 

Maps, graphs, and visualizations: we draw diagrams to help us think, communicate and put forth what we think is important or what we want to be true. While diagrams are often seen as statements of fact, they can further agendas by discounting other realities beneath a cloak of perceived objectivity. Diagrams of power work against representations that claim omniscience by speaking from a position, and making visible what and who gets represented and who does the representing."

Alumbrera@http://iconoclasistas.com.ar/2010/02/09/bajo-la-alumbrera-catamarca/

 

by iconoclasistas (http://iconoclasistas.com.ar)

 

ya hace casi 13 años que tenemos un agujero lleno de basura. Es terrible como permitimos que se apliquen leyes que nos destruyen/vacían a nosotros y a nuestra tierra.

 

deprimente

 

indignante

  

por los glaciares no vamos a hacer nada?

OCAD University

 

Joshua Akers - Dearborn, USA

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - Santa Cruz, USA

Josh Begley - Brooklyn, USA

Joseph Beuys

Vincent Brown - Cambridge, USA

Bureau d’études - Saint Menoux, France

Department of Unusual Certainties - Toronto, Canada

W.E.B. Du Bois

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman - San Diego, USA

Forensic Architecture - London, UK

Iconoclasistas - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Julie Mehretu - New York, USA

Lize Mogel - New York, USA

Ogimaa Mikana - Toronto, Canada

Margaret Pearce - Rockland, USA

Laura Poitras - New York, USA

Philippe Rekacewicz - Helsinki, Finland

Visualizing Impact - Beirut, Lebanon, Toronto, Canada

 

"Curated by Patricio Dávila, Diagrams of Power showcases art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.

 

Maps, graphs, and visualizations: we draw diagrams to help us think, communicate and put forth what we think is important or what we want to be true. While diagrams are often seen as statements of fact, they can further agendas by discounting other realities beneath a cloak of perceived objectivity. Diagrams of power work against representations that claim omniscience by speaking from a position, and making visible what and who gets represented and who does the representing."

OCAD University

 

Joshua Akers - Dearborn, USA

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - Santa Cruz, USA

Josh Begley - Brooklyn, USA

Joseph Beuys

Vincent Brown - Cambridge, USA

Bureau d’études - Saint Menoux, France

Department of Unusual Certainties - Toronto, Canada

W.E.B. Du Bois

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman - San Diego, USA

Forensic Architecture - London, UK

Iconoclasistas - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Julie Mehretu - New York, USA

Lize Mogel - New York, USA

Ogimaa Mikana - Toronto, Canada

Margaret Pearce - Rockland, USA

Laura Poitras - New York, USA

Philippe Rekacewicz - Helsinki, Finland

Visualizing Impact - Beirut, Lebanon, Toronto, Canada

 

"Curated by Patricio Dávila, Diagrams of Power showcases art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.

 

Maps, graphs, and visualizations: we draw diagrams to help us think, communicate and put forth what we think is important or what we want to be true. While diagrams are often seen as statements of fact, they can further agendas by discounting other realities beneath a cloak of perceived objectivity. Diagrams of power work against representations that claim omniscience by speaking from a position, and making visible what and who gets represented and who does the representing."

OCAD University

 

Joshua Akers - Dearborn, USA

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - Santa Cruz, USA

Josh Begley - Brooklyn, USA

Joseph Beuys

Vincent Brown - Cambridge, USA

Bureau d’études - Saint Menoux, France

Department of Unusual Certainties - Toronto, Canada

W.E.B. Du Bois

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman - San Diego, USA

Forensic Architecture - London, UK

Iconoclasistas - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Julie Mehretu - New York, USA

Lize Mogel - New York, USA

Ogimaa Mikana - Toronto, Canada

Margaret Pearce - Rockland, USA

Laura Poitras - New York, USA

Philippe Rekacewicz - Helsinki, Finland

Visualizing Impact - Beirut, Lebanon, Toronto, Canada

 

"Curated by Patricio Dávila, Diagrams of Power showcases art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.

 

Maps, graphs, and visualizations: we draw diagrams to help us think, communicate and put forth what we think is important or what we want to be true. While diagrams are often seen as statements of fact, they can further agendas by discounting other realities beneath a cloak of perceived objectivity. Diagrams of power work against representations that claim omniscience by speaking from a position, and making visible what and who gets represented and who does the representing."

OCAD University

 

Joshua Akers - Dearborn, USA

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - Santa Cruz, USA

Josh Begley - Brooklyn, USA

Joseph Beuys

Vincent Brown - Cambridge, USA

Bureau d’études - Saint Menoux, France

Department of Unusual Certainties - Toronto, Canada

W.E.B. Du Bois

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman - San Diego, USA

Forensic Architecture - London, UK

Iconoclasistas - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Julie Mehretu - New York, USA

Lize Mogel - New York, USA

Ogimaa Mikana - Toronto, Canada

Margaret Pearce - Rockland, USA

Laura Poitras - New York, USA

Philippe Rekacewicz - Helsinki, Finland

Visualizing Impact - Beirut, Lebanon, Toronto, Canada

 

"Curated by Patricio Dávila, Diagrams of Power showcases art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.

 

Maps, graphs, and visualizations: we draw diagrams to help us think, communicate and put forth what we think is important or what we want to be true. While diagrams are often seen as statements of fact, they can further agendas by discounting other realities beneath a cloak of perceived objectivity. Diagrams of power work against representations that claim omniscience by speaking from a position, and making visible what and who gets represented and who does the representing."

 

This particular piece was amazing. It's a map of Canada with the place names as their original Indigenous names. It was intense.

 

"Coming Home to Indigenous Place Names in Canada" by Dr. Margaret Wickens Pearce.

 

umaine.edu/canam/publications/coming-home-map/

  

OCAD University

 

Joshua Akers - Dearborn, USA

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - Santa Cruz, USA

Josh Begley - Brooklyn, USA

Joseph Beuys

Vincent Brown - Cambridge, USA

Bureau d’études - Saint Menoux, France

Department of Unusual Certainties - Toronto, Canada

W.E.B. Du Bois

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman - San Diego, USA

Forensic Architecture - London, UK

Iconoclasistas - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Julie Mehretu - New York, USA

Lize Mogel - New York, USA

Ogimaa Mikana - Toronto, Canada

Margaret Pearce - Rockland, USA

Laura Poitras - New York, USA

Philippe Rekacewicz - Helsinki, Finland

Visualizing Impact - Beirut, Lebanon, Toronto, Canada

 

"Curated by Patricio Dávila, Diagrams of Power showcases art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.

 

Maps, graphs, and visualizations: we draw diagrams to help us think, communicate and put forth what we think is important or what we want to be true. While diagrams are often seen as statements of fact, they can further agendas by discounting other realities beneath a cloak of perceived objectivity. Diagrams of power work against representations that claim omniscience by speaking from a position, and making visible what and who gets represented and who does the representing."

This particular piece was amazing. It's a map of Canada with the place names as their original Indigenous names. It was intense.

 

"Coming Home to Indigenous Place Names in Canada" by Dr. Margaret Wickens Pearce.

 

umaine.edu/canam/publications/coming-home-map/

 

OCAD University

 

Joshua Akers - Dearborn, USA

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - Santa Cruz, USA

Josh Begley - Brooklyn, USA

Joseph Beuys

Vincent Brown - Cambridge, USA

Bureau d’études - Saint Menoux, France

Department of Unusual Certainties - Toronto, Canada

W.E.B. Du Bois

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman - San Diego, USA

Forensic Architecture - London, UK

Iconoclasistas - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Julie Mehretu - New York, USA

Lize Mogel - New York, USA

Ogimaa Mikana - Toronto, Canada

Margaret Pearce - Rockland, USA

Laura Poitras - New York, USA

Philippe Rekacewicz - Helsinki, Finland

Visualizing Impact - Beirut, Lebanon, Toronto, Canada

 

"Curated by Patricio Dávila, Diagrams of Power showcases art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.

 

Maps, graphs, and visualizations: we draw diagrams to help us think, communicate and put forth what we think is important or what we want to be true. While diagrams are often seen as statements of fact, they can further agendas by discounting other realities beneath a cloak of perceived objectivity. Diagrams of power work against representations that claim omniscience by speaking from a position, and making visible what and who gets represented and who does the representing."

De derivas gastronómicas en San Antonio con el curador invitado y los talleristas íconos-clasistas.

   

OCAD University

 

Joshua Akers - Dearborn, USA

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - Santa Cruz, USA

Josh Begley - Brooklyn, USA

Joseph Beuys

Vincent Brown - Cambridge, USA

Bureau d’études - Saint Menoux, France

Department of Unusual Certainties - Toronto, Canada

W.E.B. Du Bois

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman - San Diego, USA

Forensic Architecture - London, UK

Iconoclasistas - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Julie Mehretu - New York, USA

Lize Mogel - New York, USA

Ogimaa Mikana - Toronto, Canada

Margaret Pearce - Rockland, USA

Laura Poitras - New York, USA

Philippe Rekacewicz - Helsinki, Finland

Visualizing Impact - Beirut, Lebanon, Toronto, Canada

 

"Curated by Patricio Dávila, Diagrams of Power showcases art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.

 

Maps, graphs, and visualizations: we draw diagrams to help us think, communicate and put forth what we think is important or what we want to be true. While diagrams are often seen as statements of fact, they can further agendas by discounting other realities beneath a cloak of perceived objectivity. Diagrams of power work against representations that claim omniscience by speaking from a position, and making visible what and who gets represented and who does the representing."

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

OCAD University

 

Joshua Akers - Dearborn, USA

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project - Santa Cruz, USA

Josh Begley - Brooklyn, USA

Joseph Beuys

Vincent Brown - Cambridge, USA

Bureau d’études - Saint Menoux, France

Department of Unusual Certainties - Toronto, Canada

W.E.B. Du Bois

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman - San Diego, USA

Forensic Architecture - London, UK

Iconoclasistas - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Julie Mehretu - New York, USA

Lize Mogel - New York, USA

Ogimaa Mikana - Toronto, Canada

Margaret Pearce - Rockland, USA

Laura Poitras - New York, USA

Philippe Rekacewicz - Helsinki, Finland

Visualizing Impact - Beirut, Lebanon, Toronto, Canada

 

"Curated by Patricio Dávila, Diagrams of Power showcases art and design works using data, diagrams, maps and visualizations as ways of challenging dominant narratives and supporting the resilience of marginalized communities.

 

Maps, graphs, and visualizations: we draw diagrams to help us think, communicate and put forth what we think is important or what we want to be true. While diagrams are often seen as statements of fact, they can further agendas by discounting other realities beneath a cloak of perceived objectivity. Diagrams of power work against representations that claim omniscience by speaking from a position, and making visible what and who gets represented and who does the representing."

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

Taller realizado por el colectivo Iconoclasistas, laboratorio de Gráfica.

 

Miércoles 28, jueves 29 y viernes 30 de noviembre de 2012

 

Más información: www.lugaradudas.org/archivo/2012/eventos/2012_11_28_icono...

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