We will explore tactics and methods artists and activists are using projectors in public space to influence and invade with art and political messages. We will take a close look at Gargantúa Guerrilla-Projection Magazine and the research archive being presented, talk about the Latin-American scene of guerrilla projections, its contents, its logics of organization, collaboration, artwork deployment strategies and, yes, guerrilla tactics for arts in the midst of social and political crisis in the region.
Gabriel Vallecillo Márquez’s work spans across many artistic disciplines. He started as a poet then moved onto video-poetry, video-jockeying, 3d projection mapping, live cinema, video installation, documentary film and video performance. He currently leads the Gargantúa Guerrilla-Projection Magazine and is working on “::.Liminal”, a documentary film based on architectual videomapping projections of dancers in public space.