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Cultural Transfers No. 2

Cut & Mix – Cultural Appropriation and Artistic Statement Contemporary Art from Peru and Chile

The exhibition and catalogue “Cut & Mix – kulturelle Aneignung und künstlerische Behauptung” (Cut & Mix – Cultural Appropriation and Artistic Statement) presents the work of nine contemporary artists from Lima and Santiago de Chile. They confidently combine different cultural contexts and disciplines in their installations, sculptures, drawings and videos. Their use of “foreign” material is not a scientific device but is at times fictionalising and also presumptuous in its claims, yet therein lies the particular quality of the works.
At the same time, this artistic treatment also reflects everyday life in South American cities, where a long history of immigration and emigration means there is constant pressure to adapt to new living conditions. 


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"Cultural Transfers No. 2"

October 2010

ISBN 978-3-86678-405-5

16,00 x 22,00 cm

72 Pages

13 colored and 3 b/w illustrations

Softcover with flaps, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, Spanish

ifa–Galerie Berlin
preface by
Barbara Barsch and Ev Fischer

Eva-Christina Meier, Isabel Podeschwa and Rodrigo Quijano
with an interview with Camila Marambio
Graphic design
Katja Kruckow
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition “Cut & Mix – Kulturelle Aneignung und künstlerische Behauptung"  in the context of the series "Kulturtransfer #2“, 4 February to 17 April 2011, ifa–Galerie Berlin, and 5 May to 3 July 2011, ifa–Galerie Stuttgart.