Opening: Tuesday, 6/2/2018> 19.30 h
Selected for Can Felipa Artes Visuales’s Call 2017, this exhibition aims to explore the subtle and invisible relationship between emotions and power. As Sara Ahmed points out,”together we hate and it is this hatred that binds us together. A statement that points precisely to this capacity that has emotions like the hatred of being powerful instruments of subjection and social organization, arranging the bodies in “we” and “others”. However, hate and anger can also put these veiled forms of control at bay. The shouting “Enough is enough!”To the “dignified anger” or to the rejection of patriarchy by various feminist movements and practices, queer, decolonial and artistic, have highlighted this contentious force of hatred. This project is therefore based on the urgency of repoliticizing affections, of exploring the way in which hatred and anger produce asymmetrical power relations; and at the same time, it explores their power to unsettle this same order.
Amb Raquel Friera, Daniel García Andújar, Marco Godoy, Lucrecia Masson, Diego del Pozo i Colectivo ANFIVBIA (Rubén García-Castro i María Salgado).
Comissariat per Blanca del Río i Maike Moncayo.+info