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Secos y Mojados: Buried in the Body of Remembrance

The immigrant is a divided being. A being marked by having crossed to the other side, always conscious of “here” and “there,” “before” and “after.” After the moment of crossing, the immigrant is never the same.

Buried in the Body of Remembrance

The immigrant is a divided being. A being marked by having crossed to the other side, always conscious of “here” and “there,” “before” and “after.” After the moment of crossing, the immigrant is never the same.

Biography

Secos y Mojados is a Latino performance collective co-founded by Violeta Luna (Mexico), Víctor Cartagena (El Salvador), David Molina (Argelia/El Salvador) and its director, Roberto G. Varea (Argentina). Based in San Francisco, California (USA).

Roberto Varea (director) was born in Argentina and lives in San Francisco, California, United States, since 1992. His work focuses on issues of performance and its relationship to state violence and resistance movements.

Media

Permanent URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2333.1/jwstqk05

Additional Info

  • Country: United States
  • Encuentro Location: Patio del Centro Cultural Recoleta
  • Date: Saturday, June 9, 2007