Student of the CCC Research-based Master Programme at HEAD, Cecilia Moya Rivera is a Sudamericana artist. With a background in graphic design, she builds her artistic practice with the art collective Mil M2, with whom works exploring collective practices in public spaces as political/performative tools. Since a while, she experimented with language, astrology and feeling as anticolonials weapons.
A CCC alumna, artist and activist, Marisa Cornejo made a film on the events that took place on Santiago’s Plaza Italia, which became the Plaza de la Dignidad on the 18th of…
All Revolutions Must Be Collective
A Podcast recorded by Garance Bonard, Cecilia Moya Rivera and Camille Shirin Zaerpour
But what must fall? This podcast interviews members of French-speaking Swiss resistance collectives who stand against forms of oppression such as racism, patriarchy and police authority. This question broadens the notion of…
Domingos de llanto y jueves vacíos o Teary Sundays and empty Thursdays
By Cecilia Moya Rivera
Like a dialogue between languages, this bilingual Spanish-English text also takes the form of a song and then a harangue. The text revisits Chilean history through the demonstrations against social inequality that…