In Cuba, seminar on integration and resistance in the global era
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- 04 / 08 / 2009
He explained that capitalism tries to uniform thinking through globalization, but there comes resistance as a defence strategy of the people. Whithout identity, there is no history, he reasoned.
Jarauta gave the lecture La situación de las artes en un mundo globalizado (The situation of art in a global World) in which there were specialists from Chile, Mexico, France, Colombia and Canada.
We are living a time we had not foreseen. Thirty years ago no one could even think of a personal computer, or of mobile phones, with all of these changes we have become global observers, he expressed.
There is an asymmetry with the changes and our possibility of adaptation to the speed with which they take place, he explained.
The general vice-director of the event Jorge Fernández said in the opening that this meeting would be almost impossible without reflecting on how are arts inserted in the cultural processes.
We shall stop and analyze the historical-economical relationship with the phenomena associated to diversity. In Latin America, he added, identity is valued as an open and intertwined process that is being modified and integrated.
The 10th Havana Biennial opened its doors last March 27th in the Morro-Cabaña Park and it has covered galleries, parks and plazas from the capital.
Founded in 1984, following an initiative of the leader of the Cuban revolution, Fidel Castro, it constitutes a meeting point between personalities from the plastic arts in our country and all over the world.