ISABEL   BURR   RATY

TEACHING

MEDIA ART HISTORY

@ ECOLE DE RECHERCHE GRAPHIQUE (BE)

Since 2019

BIO-AUTONOMOUS FEMALE FARMING SYSTEM WORKSHOP @ RAMPA LAB (SI)

2020

MIND/BODY BALANCING PRAXIS IN TIME OF COVID

@ FEMEETING ONLINE COMMUNITY

2020

BIO-AUTONOMOUS FEMALE FARMING SYSTEM WORKSHOP @ BERLIN UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF THE ARTS (DE)

2019

IMAGINATIVE REALISM & MASK INTERPRETATION WORKSHOP IN CREATION PROCESS OF LAVA'O A MANO (CL)

dance & theater by Dama Brava 

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Supported by the National Council of the Arts Chile 

2008 - 2011

DAMA BRAVA is a street dance & theater company integrated by 9 women. Their body of work deals with female resistance and the urge of constructing a more equalitarian society. They bring their creations and pedagogical laboratories to communities that live in the peripheral neighborhoods of Santiago, Valparaiso, etc. and that don't have economical resources to go to the theater. Dama Brava often performs in the streets and communitarian football yards. LAVA'O A MANO was created in 2008 and premiered in 2009 and 2011. This piece examines the social complexities behind femicide.

 

IMAGINATIVE REALISM & MASK INTERPRETATION WORKSHOP IN CREATION PROCESS OF CORTEJO FUNEBRE (CL)

carnaval by Chin Chin Tira Pie

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Supported by the National Council of the Arts Chile 

2011

CHIN CHIN TIRAPIE ESCUELA CARNAVALERA is an independent non-profit popular carnaval school and company that rescues traditional street performances, such as chinchinero, to symbolically and esthetically stage a carnaval in public spaces. Dancers, masked actors and musicians take their choreographies to the streets to support political manifestations, such as the students and the indigenous liberation movements in Chile. CORTEJO FUNEBRE is a playful intervention performed to celebrate a funeral or to commemorate the death's anniversary of an influential political or artistic figure: Salvador Allende, Pedro Lemebel, etc.

IMAGINATIVE REALISM & MASK INTERPRETATION WORKSHOP IN CREATION PROCESS OF MEMORIA AL FUEGO (CL)

theater by Fuego Negro

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Supported by the National Council of the Arts Chile 

2009-20010

FUEGO NEGRO is a community of interdisciplinary artists united around the historical textures and movements of the Amerindian continent. Fuego Negro is in constant transformation researching on the borderlines of, and in dialogue with indigenous nations' iconography and theory, in order to produce audiovisual documentation, dance-theater performances, seminars and workshops. MEMORIA AL FUEGO is a theater play, with a live band, that speaks of a people that sings to restore the words that disappeared in the dictatorship's fire of oblivion.