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¡El Arte no Calla! - A new podcast in Spanish

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"¡El Arte no Calla!,” a new monthly Spanish-language podcast of the Artists at Risk Connection (ARC), explores art, freedom of expression, and human rights in Latin America. In each episode, ARC's Latin America Representative Alessandro Zagato will invite a different guest to help analyze the varying states of artistic freedom in Latin America and the violations that artists and activists are suffering in the region. 

Proyecto ADN, 2012 - Installation by Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira.

Episode 1: Protest and Social Creativity in Chile with Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira

Read the English transcript here.

Courtesy of Cartel Urbano

Episode 2: Critical Culture, Repression, and COVID-19 in Colombia with Cartel Urbano

Read the English transcript here.

Journalist Dina Meza

Episode 3: Politics of Fear and COVID-19 in Honduras with Dina Meza

Read the English transcript here.

Episode 4: LASTESIS Speaks! Feminist Art, Judicial Attacks, and Censorship in the Chilean Lockdown

In our fourth episode, ARC sat down with Dafne, Paula, Lea, and Sibila, the four members of Chilean art collective LASTESIS. The group reached worldwide fame for its performance “A rapist on your path” ("Un violador en tu camino"), a song that denounces patriarchy and structural gender violence. We spoke about lawsuits that have been filed against them by the police in a direct attack on “A rapist on your path” and another video-performance that the group recently recorded in collaboration with Russian collective Pussy Riot. In the interview, LASTESIS also provided insights on the situation of freedom of expression in Chile and the role that art can play in processes of liberation and democratization.


Read the full English transcript here.

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