Episode 03 · Maternities
Punk is not dead, it’s the mums
Recently, we have witnessed how the number of critical voices that aim to understand maternity as a duality between the reproductive and productive acts, increases. What’s more, these considerations point out that the nursing labor tends to become invisible under the patriarchal capitalist scheme. In this episode, we call upon different artists in order to explore maternity within its complex relationship with the work condition and the difficulties that emerge because of it.
Alejandra Labastida, Núria Güell, Mónica Mayer, Adriana de la Rosa and several other women share their references regarding maternity, while they discuss the impact that it has had in both, their artistic production and professional development.
Episodio 02 · Racisms
We open the conversation to a generalized problem that has survived in societies: racism. Susana Vargas, Andy Medina, Yutsil Cruz and Laura Anderson Barbata discuss racism and the way they formulate it in their own artistic production. The episode is completed by the reading of the notion naco, taken from the Alfabeto del racismo mexicano [Alphabet of the Mexican racism] by Federico Navarrete, in order to address altogether the normalization of the phenomenon and the generalized cultural whitening.
Episode 01 · Feminisms
Amongst graffiti and debates, we focus our gaze on feminisms. Summoning the 8M, this episode meditates on the force earned by the fights for gender equality in the last decade, as well as the challenges and implications that the pandemic has had in the feminist movement. Joined by Rian Lozano, Lorena Wolffer, Restauradoras con Glitter and Natalia Millán from Brillantinas MUAC, it addresses opinions and points of view that emerge from different disciplines of art but that coincide in purpose and motto: #NiUnaMenos.