Roski Talks: Cog•nate Collective
Virtual talk with
Amy Sanchez Arteaga and Misael Diaz
of Cog•nate Collective
February 17, 2pm
Reservations required to receive the Zoom link here.
Cog•nate Collective develops interdisciplinary research projects and public interventions that explore how culture mediates social, economic and political relationships across borders.
Rooted in methodologies of critical pedagogy and undertaken in partnership with community leaders, students and/or activist organizations, their projects use various mediums – ranging from map-making, to embroidery, to pirate-radio broadcasts – to foster reflection through dialogue: addressing issues pertaining to citizenship, migration, informal economies, and popular culture.
They have shown and presented their work at various venues nationally and internationally, including the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Armory Center for the Arts, the Craft and Folk Art Museum, the Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College, the Getty Center, CSUF Grand Central Art Center, the Arizona State University Art Museum, School of the Art Institute Chicago, Arte Actual FLACSO in Quito, Maison Folie Wazemmes in Lille and the Organ Kritischer Kunst in Berlin.
Cog•nate Collective was founded in 2010 by Amy Sanchez Arteaga and Misael Diaz. They currently work between Tijuana, B.C. and Los Angeles, CA.