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Proem by Octavio Paz

Culture|POEM OF THE WEEK 

Proem by Octavio Paz

Proem By Octavio Paz   At times poetry is the vertigo of bodies and the vertigo of speech and the vertigo of death;   the walk with eyes closed along the edge of the cliff, and the       verbena in submarine gardens;   the laughter that sets on [...]

Dior Rodriguez and Camila Falquez Present The Second Edition of “The Land of Milk and Honey”

Culture|CREADORXS 

Dior Rodriguez and Camila Falquez Present The Second Edition of “The Land of Milk and Honey”

Dior Rodriguez alongside Spanish, Mexican & Colombian photographer Camila Falquez debut a collection of photos and a short film celebrating Latin dance and music through the lens of what it means to be Black and of Hispanic and Latin descent. This collection marks the second edition of The Land of Milk [...]

“Okupas” Serves as a Time Capsule of Argentina Pre-Economic Collapse

Culture|TELEVISION 

“Okupas” Serves as a Time Capsule of Argentina Pre-Economic Collapse

Earlier this year, the Argentine TV series “Okupas” was re-released on Netflix. Originally airing from October through December of 2000, right before Argentina descended into a dire economic crisis in 2001, “Okupas” follows Ricardo, a middle-class twenty-four-year old who has just dropped out of medical school. In the first episode [...]

Dancer Camila Arroyo and Designer Sabrina Ol Visualize a Contemporary Soldadera

Culture|DANCE 

Dancer Camila Arroyo and Designer Sabrina Ol Visualize a Contemporary Soldadera

"Soldaderas" is a collaboration and co-production between fashion designer Sabrina Olivera and dancer Camila Arroyo. Sabrina recently launched her fashion brand Sabrina Ol with a collection conceived as a homage to the Soldaderas, the women fighters of the Mexican Revolution of 1910. Both creatives met soon after the launch and [...]