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Performance

Colectivo LASTESIS

The collective

Interdisciplinary and feminist artistic collective from Valparaíso, Chile, integrated by Daffne Valdés Vargas, Paula Cometa Stange, and Sibila Sotomayor Van Rysseghem. The collective is dedicated to disseminating feminist theses and demands through performance and video performance, combining scenic, sound, graphic, and textile arts with history, philosophy, and social sciences.

Their performances include: Patriarcado y Capital es alianza criminal (2018); El violador eres tú (2020); RESISTENCIA o la reivindicación de un derecho colectivo (2021), La ciudad del futuro along with Delight Lab (2022), Canciones para cocinar (2023) , and the street intervention Un violador en tu camino (2019), replicated in over 50 countries. In addition to their stage work, they have also published several books, such as Polifonías Feministas (Random House, 2022), Antología Feminista (Debate, 2021); Quemar el miedo (Planeta, 2021) translated into German (S. Fisher, 2021), into Italian (Capovolte, 2022) and into English (Verso, 2023), and About wild Capitalism & its patriarchal Performance in our lives (En Why Theatre? Golden Book, NTGent, 2020), among others.

In addition, they have disseminated their artistic and activist work through a hundred instances of conversation and multiple collaborative workshops; they have participated in various festivals, museums, universities, fairs, congresses, and feminist meetings in Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Bolivia, United States, Sweden, Germany, Portugal, Switzerland, France, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, and the United Kingdom in an in-person manner, and virtually in twenty countries.

They have received multiple awards including the Jaime Castillo Velasco Award from the Chilean Human Rights Commission (2020), the Design of the Year Award in the Digital category (2020), The Design Museum, UK, and recognition by TIME magazine in 2020 TIME100, TIME's list of the world's most influential people.

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Canciones para cocinar

EN

By Colectivo LASTESIS

  • Chile
  • Español e inglés con subtítulos
  • 60 minutos
  • + 12 years

The renowned Chilean collective LASTESIS premieres in Chile its most recent performance, in a theatrical concert that moves between cooking, songs, poems, and feminist essays.

Taking as a starting point the radio music that accompanies us in the kitchen, an emblematic space in the domestic dimension linked to gender roles, the collective on stage articulates its own songs with theories, demands, and historical and current denunciations of feminisms, such as the struggle for the right to abortion, the fight against domestic violence, the body as resistance, the right to migrate, among others. Building a live sound and visual universe, the performers will move between songs, poems, and essays through a multimedia staging.

Canciones para cocinar

ES

By Colectivo LASTESIS

  • Chile
  • Español e inglés con subtítulos
  • 60 minutos
  • + 12 years

The renowned Chilean collective LASTESIS premieres in Chile its most recent performance, in a theatrical concert that moves between cooking, songs, poems, and feminist essays.

Taking as a starting point the radio music that accompanies us in the kitchen, an emblematic space in the domestic dimension linked to gender roles, the collective on stage articulates its own songs with theories, demands, and historical and current denunciations of feminisms, such as the struggle for the right to abortion, the fight against domestic violence, the body as resistance, the right to migrate, among others. Building a live sound and visual universe, the performers will move between songs, poems, and essays through a multimedia staging.

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Colectivo LASTESIS

The collective

Interdisciplinary and feminist artistic collective from Valparaíso, Chile, integrated by Daffne Valdés Vargas, Paula Cometa Stange, and Sibila Sotomayor Van Rysseghem. The collective is dedicated to disseminating feminist theses and demands through performance and video performance, combining scenic, sound, graphic, and textile arts with history, philosophy, and social sciences.

Their performances include: Patriarcado y Capital es alianza criminal (2018); El violador eres tú (2020); RESISTENCIA o la reivindicación de un derecho colectivo (2021), La ciudad del futuro along with Delight Lab (2022), Canciones para cocinar (2023) , and the street intervention Un violador en tu camino (2019), replicated in over 50 countries. In addition to their stage work, they have also published several books, such as Polifonías Feministas (Random House, 2022), Antología Feminista (Debate, 2021); Quemar el miedo (Planeta, 2021) translated into German (S. Fisher, 2021), into Italian (Capovolte, 2022) and into English (Verso, 2023), and About wild Capitalism & its patriarchal Performance in our lives (En Why Theatre? Golden Book, NTGent, 2020), among others.

In addition, they have disseminated their artistic and activist work through a hundred instances of conversation and multiple collaborative workshops; they have participated in various festivals, museums, universities, fairs, congresses, and feminist meetings in Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Bolivia, United States, Sweden, Germany, Portugal, Switzerland, France, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, and the United Kingdom in an in-person manner, and virtually in twenty countries.

They have received multiple awards including the Jaime Castillo Velasco Award from the Chilean Human Rights Commission (2020), the Design of the Year Award in the Digital category (2020), The Design Museum, UK, and recognition by TIME magazine in 2020 TIME100, TIME's list of the world's most influential people.

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