Through various scenarios, different aspects of extractive coloniality, resistance and guerrilla strategies, Yuli Correa’s feminist social activism in Colombia during the peace process, and a critical re-reading of Bogota’s Gold Museum and its protocols of concealment are made visible, ending with an epilogue based on Michael Taussig’s My Cocaine Museum.
Regina de Miguel (Málaga 1977) is an artist, researcher and teacher who lives in Berlin. Her interdisciplinary artistic practice is characterized by research and development of processes aimed at the production of knowledge and hybrids objects. The critical analysis of the supposed objectivity of the devices of representation of science, as well as of the conditions of production of scientific knowledge is one of the main discursive threads of her work. From a methodical approach, she establishes complex networks of connections that are also nourished by the philosophy of science, ecofeminism, speculative fiction and terror, to give rise to theoretical, existential and poetic displacements that operate from fragility as a form of resistance.