"Cosmic Cry", by Chilean artist Patricia Domínguez, identifies and transforms those healing strategies that resort to their own cosmovision, to appease the ailments caused by the ways of being and existing of a society stubbornly focused on performance.
"Cosmic cry", by Patricia Domínguez (Santiago de Chile, Chile, 1984). "The freedom with which Patricia creates an imaginary that escapes any cultural imposition when speaking of identity, makes it possible for them to coexist uncomfortably past, present and future. The artist manages the combined pre-Columbian and colonial cultural transference and reinterprets it in an aesthetic that in terms that she herself describes: it is "sci-fi suduca - futurism", to reveal cosmologies saddened by the excesses that are committed with nature. Her works not only seek the forces that underlie matter, but they also recover a space to consolidate a thought around their own culture that has not had the time to reinforce itself. A culture that knew how to overcome events, to continue latent through the energy of small communities that mocked any centralising force of a pyramidal government. Bolivian sociologist Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui imagines a new collectivity from Che'je (which means "stained" in Aymara). Silvia proposes an ecology of knowledge that puts all communities into dialogue, to gather the most appropriate from each side and give space to forms of knowledge that arise from the exchange between human and non-human subjects", Violeta Janeiro, curator.