Dictatorships, social conflicts and struggles for the maintenance of a democratic culture are elements that cross the culture of countries in the South of the world.
Flags, embroidery, banners, stickers, publications and fanzines are used to make the demands of life in cities heard. Observe the embroidery of the Chilean Arpilleras and the works of the Argentine collectives Nosotras Proponemos e Mujeres Públicas on the Biennial 12 website.
What voices are heard from these manifestations?
What communication strategies can we find in the materials and procedures worked by these artists?
How do these voices echo at the Biennial 12?
What would your banner, embroidery, poster or sticker look like? What messages do they convey?
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