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Admin10.12.2021

From Thanatophilia to Necropolitics: On the work of SEMEFO and Teresa Margolles, 1990

To me, this evolution evidences the primary role that empathy and commemoration have played in their progress.
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Admin24.11.2021

From Thanatophilia to Necropolitics: On the work of SEMEFO and Teresa Margolles, 1990

As an artist she recognizes that she has a special social status, one that she can instrumentalize in the interest of not just the attention of the art public, but Mexican society at large.
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Admin01.02.2022

From Thanatophilia to Necropolitics: On the work of SEMEFO and Teresa Margolles, 1990

Some members moved to other parts of Mexico, and others moved abroad.
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Admin20.12.2021

Teresa L VIP

The project consisted of a sculpture made out of the ground up remains of an entire house from Ciudad Juarez, which were compressed into a minimal sculpture in the museum in Mexico City, which would them be crumbled by the public.
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Admin24.11.2021

Teresa L VIP

Courtesy of personal archive of artist Juan Zavaleta.
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Admin28.11.2021

Teresa L VIP

Interview with the author in a series of Skype interviews.
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Admin21.12.2021

Teresa L VIP

New York: Zone Books, 2008, 95.
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Admin15.01.2022

Teresa L VIP

He died consequence of multiple wounds to the head, torso, and abdomen.
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Admin01.01.2022

From Thanatophilia to Necropolitics: On the work of SEMEFO and Teresa Margolles, 1990

We see here evidence that the work of Margolles becomes more focused, as more of her works create both empathic bridges between the victims of drug-related violence and the public that visits the museum or the gallery, and a confrontational gesture to narcos and Mexican authorities.
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Admin15.02.2022

Teresa L VIP

This exploration consistently opened new strategies of commemoration and critical consideration of the circulation of corpses as well as forced migrations in a megalopolitan context.
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Admin16.01.2022

From Thanatophilia to Necropolitics: On the work of SEMEFO and Teresa Margolles, 1990

Thanatos is also the root of the term thanatology, used to define the scientific field of inquiry into dying, decomposition as a process, and bereavement.
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