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Artist Daniela Ortiz in conversation with Curator Florencia Portocarrero

Daniela Ortiz, Réplica, 2014, digital video, 4:30 mins. Courtesy of the artist.

Sep 16, 2021
6–7 pm

Calgary, Canada
Contemporary Calgary, Online

Daniela Ortiz, Réplica, 2014, digital video, 4:30 mins. Courtesy of the artist.

Presented in conjunction with Notes For Tomorrow at Contemporary Calgary, Daniela Ortiz and Florencia Portocarrero discuss the complicated relationships between structures of colonial, patriarchal and capitalist power and the fraught emotional responses that these generate. Within this framework, they explore the various ways in which art practices and the everyday intersect.

Notes for Tomorrow is a traveling exhibition organized and produced by Independent Curators International (ICI) and initiated by Frances Wu Giarratano, Becky Nahom, Renaud Proch, and Monica Terrero. The exhibition was made possible with the generous support of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, VIA Art Fund, and ICI’s Board of Trustees and International Forum.

Presenters
Florencia Portocarrero

Florencia Portocarrero (Lima, 1981) writes, lectures, teaches, and, organizes both exhibitions and public programs.

Daniela Ortiz

Through her work Daniela Ortiz (b.Cusco, Peru, 1985) aims to generate visual narratives in which the concepts of nationality, racialization, social class, and gender are explored in order to critically understand structures of colonial, patriarchal, and capitalist power.