Naomi Rincón Gallardo
QUEERING AND DECOLONIZING SCI-FI TO SHED LIGHT ON MESOAMERICAN EUTOPIAS: STAGING TWISTED PEDAGOGIES OF DELIRIUM AND HOPE
Which stories of resistance and ungovernability intercepted by gender struggles in Mesoamerica could potentialy shed light on other epistemologies of being, doing and living aiming to build alternative socialities and post-capitalist decolonial modernities?
How to produce a decolonizing, rascuache, feminist audiovisual sci-fi interwined with protest songs in order to explore such narratives and bring other conciousness? And what queer and transdisciplinary pedagogical methodologies and devices could be created in order to present them?
Naomi Rincón Gallardo (North Carolina, USA. 1979). Based in Mexico City, currently living in Vienna. Understanding research as an artful and transdisciplinary fabrication, her latest work adresses initiatives related to the creation of counter-worlds in the recent past in Mexico. She uses irony, masquerade lenses and queer methodologies to create a place between radical utopian experiences, fantasy and crises of beliefs. Rincón Gallardo integrates her interest in music, literature, theater games, feminisms and critical pedagogy into her work. Alongside her artistic work, she has been involved in institutional and non-institutional education settings and comunity projects, both teaching and coordinating.
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