Mariana Rotili: MANTOZONA


MANTOZONA proposes a dynamic and collective silent walk between the Anthropology Museum and the Zócalo, where we will look for visible and invisible signs of the Silence March, held in Mexico City in 1968. These remains will be embroidered onto a blanket, displayed along the route, and photographed during the Encuentro.


Mariana Rotili is a performer, photographer, and audiovisual producer. Rotili holds an MA in Performing Arts from the Universidade Estadual de Campinas Art Institute. She is a member of Estúdio de Arte Rebelde, a collective that investigate creative and pedagogical strategies that create frictions in art and activism.