The Latinos Creative Society of the University of the Arts London , will hold its first event on Latin American identity on February 21 from 7pm – 9pm at the Latin American House in London (10 Kingsgate, NW6 4TA, nearest station: University of the Arts London,
Kilburn High Road).
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Six members will present their work, opening a space for reflection with the audience. The event aims to discover the possible connection that can exist between the diversity of identities that make up Latin American culture, and how this heritage transmutes by being over-stimulated in an environment as multicultural as London.
The event will be open to the public free of charge.
Kate Bautista – Mexicana – Fashion Designer: Be a Mexican / American
Susana Uvidia – Ecuadorian – Visual Artist: Building my Cultural Heritage
Victoria Maldonado – Venezuelan – Fashion Designer: Venezuelan Identity
Isaac López de Reza – Mexican – Visual Artist: Political Criticism & Performance
Tere Chad – Chile – Visual Artist: Balancing Haptic Sensitivity with New Technologies
Juan Covelli – Colombia – Visual Artist: Decolonization of the Object in the Digital Age
The presentations and discussion will be in Spanish but there will be an English translator supporting The event will be mediated by Argentine Fashion Designer Anabella Bergero.