X as Intersection:
The Art of Research
November 15, 2023
1pm PST/3pm CST/4pm EST
Online, via Zoom
The methods that Diógenes Ballester, Daisy Quezada Ureña and Diana Solís employ share a resemblance to anthropological study and investigative journalism. In other words, their practices are often motivated by observations within their communities that expose social, cultural and historical narratives. This conversation will explore how their artworks retrieve cultural and collective memories and excavate place, identity, survival, and celebration through a research-driven frame.
This conversation is moderated by Cesáreo Moreno,Visual Arts Director and Chief Curator, National Museum of Mexican Art, and Josh T. Franco, Associate Director of Special Projects, US Latinx Art Forum.
Simultaneous interpretation in Spanish provided by Babilla Collective.
Previous X as Intersection Recordings
Recordings of all prior X as Intersection conversations are available on USLAF’s Youtube channel