Exploring the impact of the Anthropocene in the River Plate Basin. Travel, dialogues and publications. Floating Attention are: Taller Flotante - Ala Plastica - La Darsena - El Levante.
Map drawings and video, present our recent investigations into regional alliances amongst multinational corporations, financial institutions and states that divides “successful” and “marginal” territories in South America. Rights of Nature Art and Ecology in the Americas. Nottingham Contemporary. Curated by TJ Demos and Alex Farquharson, with Irene Aristizábal.
Site-specific installation created for Citizen Culture: Art and Architecture Shape Policy Exhibition. It presents the methodology of investigation and actions we performed in collaboration with the local community after the 1999 Shell oil spill on the Río de la Plata. Santa Monica Museum of Art. Curated by Lucia Sanroman.
Geo-political borders, urban ecological networks and marginal communities. National and international artists working in territorial practices in America and Europe were invited to develop investigations taking the form of nomadic urban actions relating with the riverfront communities on the shores of the Paraná River and the the Río de la Plata. Project curated by Ala Plastica and M7red, members of South Node of Political Equator and Teddy Cruz Center for Urban Ecologies (UCSD)