Fabiano Kueva: THE HUMBOLDT EFFECT: Travelers, Narratives, and Senses. America as Form and Source

THE HUMBOLDT EFFECT: Travelers, Narratives, and Senses. America as Form and Source

The Alexander von Humboldt Archive is an artistic research project that intervenes in institutional settings (museums, archives, libraries, and universities) to challenge scientific-intellectual authority, patrimonial-artistic authenticity, and geo-biopolitical legitimacy—products of XVII century scientific expeditions. THE HUMBOLDT EFFECT is a dialogue on the relations between word - body - space - ritual, which generates a critical space and a common language.

Presentation: Fabiano Kueva, Luis Gerardo Morales, Ana Rodríguez, Miguel Ángel Fernández, Cecilia Delgado Masse, Adriana Salazar, Néstor Quiñonez

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Biography

Fabiano Kueva is an artist and curator whose work has been exhibited in museums, public spaces, and community settings. He has participated in the Havana Biennial (Cuba, 2009), the Montevideo Biennial (Uruguay, 2014), and Venice Biennal (Italy, 2015), and was recipient of the Prince Claus Fund Grant 2010. Kueva lives and works in Ecuador.

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