About the Event
Join us for a conversation with artist Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, who discusses her politically poignant films and videos that use enactment, improvisation, and sensorial approaches to a history that we otherwise have no complex access to. Santiago Muñoz’s work is currently on view as part of entre horizontes: Art and Activism Between Chicago and Puerto Rico.
ASL, CART, and Spanish language captioning and audio are provided.
About the Speaker
Beatriz Santiago Muñoz is an artist whose expanded moving image work is entangled with Boalian theater, expanded cinema, and feminist practices. She tends to work with non-actors and incorporate improvisation into her process. Her recent work is on the sensorial unconscious of anti-colonial movements and feminist experiments with language and narrative. Recent solo exhibitions include Rodarán cabezas, Espacio Odeón, Bogotá; Gosila, Der Tank, Basel; and Nuevos Materiales, Museo Amparo. Her work is part of public and private collections including the Museum of Modern Art, Kadist, and the Guggenheim, among others.
Lead support for the 2023-24 season of MCA Talks is made possible by The Richard and Mary L. Gray Lecture Series through a generous gift to the Chicago Contemporary Campaign.
Generous support is provided by The Antje B. and John J. Jelinek Endowed Lecture and Symposium on Contemporary Art; the Kristina Barr Lectures, which were established through a generous gift by The Barr Fund to the Chicago Contemporary Campaign; The Gloria Brackstone Solow and Eugene A. Solow, MD, Memorial Lecture Series; and the Allen M. Turner Tribute Fund, honoring his past leadership as Chair of the Board of Trustees.
Lead support is provided by the Harris Family Foundation in memory of Bette and Neison Harris, Zell Family Foundation, Cari and Michael Sacks, the Mellon Foundation, and the Terra Foundation for American Art.
Major support is provided by the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Foundation and Jana and Bernardo Hees.
Generous support is provided by Marilyn and Larry Fields.
This exhibition is part of Art Design Chicago, a citywide collaboration initiated by the Terra Foundation for American Art that highlights the city’s artistic heritage and creative communities.