Authenticity and The Public Space, the paradoxical relationship between them. There focus is put on the need to create a new contextualization for my aesthetic practice, and to make be possible incorporating critical views, questioning both the format and the scenic heritage of the west.
PAIAP not believe in authenticity in terms of the more individualistic relations of power but in terms of vulnerability, interdependence and mutual care. Also a way to question how capitalism has shaped and created the way of how we understand the "art" or the value or the way that it is enjoyed.
In September 2011 was the first time when the palindrome was working and also was the first time when these two great artists in the live art field from South America visited Sweden. Eli Neira, from Chile and Clemente Padín from Uruguay came and participated in this curatorial international meeting as platform. The artist couple Chuyia Chia, (Sweden-Singapore) and Joakim Stampe from Sweden joined meeting in Gothenburg.
In these days it was born the palindrome. One year later my idea was selected to the MA in contemporary performative arts at Gothenburg University. Now few years later I can write here a long list of names of wonderful people who have been contributing to its creation into this anti - elite palindromic practice.
Eleonora Salomón, Anki Wallgren, Inti Pujol, Silvio de Gracia, Rodrigo Rada, Santiago Cao, Christina Vallgren, Tzitzi Barrantes, Juan Montelpare, Eli Neira, Clemente Padín, Sandra Rami, Alexia Miranda, Macarena Perich, Soledad Sánchez Goldar, Gonzalo Rabanal, Prem Sarjo, Rose Boaretto, Valeria Andrade, Carlos Monroy, Elvira Santamaría, Emmi Kirkholt, Kerstin Götmark, Arngrim Larsen, Camilo García Chain, Loen Montefusco, Kristoffer Alehed, Janeken Montoya, Yuniet Lombida, Anna Malmström, Jorge Alcaide, Naima Killhamn, Johnathan Hilli, Americo Appiano, Christina Sandell, Sanna Eriksson, Livet Nord, Amaru García-Wallgren, Camilo Fuentelaba, Nancy Gewölb, Graciela Ovejero, Joel Haag, Javiera Ovalle, Isak Hedtjärn, Kristina Issa, Sini Koskelainen, Stig-Magnus Thorsén, Imelda Cruz, Joachim Axelsson, Jazmin Ramírez, Julia Schabbauer, Marina Cirino ...
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