Fake Nature

Fake Nature is an undisciplined research project, post-medium transdisciplinary transnational practice initiated by Ana Monteiro. is proposed to operate as a platform for collective experiences, playing around constructions: nature, culture, reality, fiction, human, not human.
Exploration of expanded, hybrid, traversed bodies.
Research on post-humanism as a cross-field between: futurology, contemporary art, philosophy, science fiction. The post-human as a speculative being seeks to reconfigure relationships of the human in/with the world.
This research has mutated through multiple encounters: sensory and therapeutic objects (Lygia Clark), cyborg (Donna Haraway), clothing as a mask, witch dance (Mary Wigman), anthropophagy (Oswald de Andrade), perspectivism (Viveiros de castro), the neo-animism (Ruy Duarte de Carvalho), caribbean carnival, indigenous cosmopolitics, feminist science fiction ...
Navigating different contexts, from Montevideo, passing through Santiago de Chile, Lisbon, Fort-de-France to Paris and interwoven with countless friends and accomplices.

  • Margarita Gomez Menezes
    Coreografia: https://vimeo.com/140708631
  • Ana Monteiro
  • Ana Monteiro
  • Margarita Gomez Menezes
  • Ana Monteiro
  • Valentina Venegas Lippi
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  • Sebastian Obando Orrego
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    Naturaleza Falsa
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    28 minutes 33 seconds
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    February 16, 2017
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  • Fort-de-France
    April 21, 2017
Director Biography - Margarita Gomez Menezes , Ana Monteiro

Margarita Gómez (born 1989) is a chilean artist. In 2013 she became a Bachelors Degree in Arts at the Catholic University of Chile, between 2011 and 2012 Margarita participated in an international exchange program at Free University of Berlin. Currently she is studying for a Master Degree in Photographic creation and investigation at Finis Terrae University, also in Chile.
Her productions have been deeply influenced by her interest in the interdisciplinary and dance: her works are always spinning around the concepts that involve the control of the body, movement and time. Margarita's work includes art-installations, site-specifics, photographs, videoart and music-videos.
Since 2009, her work has been showed several times in Chile, both as art exhibitions and audiovisual screenings.

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