Patricia Siller, co-founder of Janet40, and Doreen A. Ríos, director of [ANTI]MATERIA, shared their experiences while working within the production, curation, and research of digital art in Mexico. They dived into the current state of affective networks in Mexico City as well as what it means to rethink the materialities of digital production while searching for ways of expanding its reach.

20.11.11 Agora Talk: Patricia Siller, co-Founder of JANET40

Patricia Siller

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This event was produced for you by our super Team of VolunteersLots of shine to:  Mishelle Brito,  Aura Popa, Adrian St Clair, Kiran Tom Sajan

What did we learn?

  1. How Antimateria and Janet40 started from scratch.
  2. How Mexico City is becoming a blooming digital art hub.
  3. How to nurture affective and effective relationships in your local community.
  4. The important role of the re-materialisation for hybrid or emerging digital artists to sell works in Mexico City .
  5. The emergence of women-led curatorship in the digital art scene, such as HelloWorld.
  6. Digital Art becomes more political – referring to Julieta Gil who just won the Lumen Prize.

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