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Tamaas / Cecilia Vicuña
“Sarah and Omar join Cecilia Vicuña as she travels through ancestral memory via tenderly-told stories of her childhood in Chile. From a young age, Vicuña came to define solidarity as the combination of love and creativity occuring in kinship, and so deeply mourns the connection lost to the pandemic and to racial injustice. Separated from people with whom we create art and movements, how do we go on? It is mountingly necessary for Vicuña’s continued poetry and art practice, which builds links out of a history that has been violently, deliberately obscured. She suggests that when our entire universe of knowledge is “forcefully removed” by colonization, our only recourse is through a memory not of linear record, but of sensuality, tactility, feeling, and heart. In this way, we build what is not only possible, but which memory tells us is precedented. Recorded via Zoom on May 25, 2020.” (Tamaas)
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