07.11.20, 14:00 – 07.11.20, 16:00
The Mapuche artist Paula Baeza Pailamilla (*1988, lives and works in Santiago, CL) centers her practice in the recuperation of ancestral knowledge. In performances, workshops, and videos she enganges the audience with Mapuche culture as a means to contrast the social and ecological modern condition. In her essay „Anümn/Plantar“, published by DNC, Paula Baeza Pailamilla discusses the turning relationships between the colonial project, the Mapuche territory, and monuments. During a residency in Zurich she will develop a new site specific performance in the public space. Her work is currently on view at the 11. Berlin Biennale.
The Performance will take place at the Sihl river/Leimbachsteg in Leimbach ZH. The place is conveniently located next to the trainstation.
The performance takes place in the public space/outdoors. Masks and distancing are required. We kindly ask for registration prior to the event to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please stay at home if you feel unwell and take care of yourself
We will offer mulled wine/Glühwein.