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Hello Scholar! I'm Artist Marcia X & I finally got my account here!
I'm doing a Masters in Research of Art & Design, or Artistic Research at EINA in Barcelona.

My thesis project:
'La Sangre Llama' is a body of performance and photography/video work exploring this post colonial body (Puerto Rico) and sites of colonial violence in a city (Barcelona). I would say this project explores a lot of what is unseen of monuments, statues and spaces of historical significance.

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@ansugeisler @ArtistMarciaX
Economically yes, socially no. Europe is every bit as racist and in some countries MORE assimilationist than the US. It’s a common misconception that Europe is divorced from the plight of colonial whiteness.

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@f_loki I have run up a tab of about a decade like that😁
I figure it is selfmedicating against my inner ManMan.
So I mansplain to [other] mansplainers about how (e.g.) feminism isn't difficult to understand, so how could they get so confused...

And I try my best to tune the condescension right through the roof, because I figure they are just playing a dishonest game, so let's hit them right in the ego.

And then I look at myself and appreciate that I am a terrible person, and try to grow up.

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