Mar - Apr 2022

(or Woven Hug), is a participatory textile art project developed by Tere Chad and Cordelia Rizzo. They are organising a recycling campaign to collect textiles which will then be used to co-create with the local community large scale arms to hug all the ones we have lost or haven’t been able to hug during Covid-19 pandemic. The piece transforms the traditional Chilean ‘arpillera’ embroidery into a 3d sculptural object. The workshops with the community are being developed at LABNL, Lab Cultural Ciudadano, Monterrey, Mexico (Washington S/N , Centro, 64000 Monterrey - Antiguo Palacio Federal). The piece is going to be exhibited at the Explanada Cultural (front plaza) from LABNL.

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Neo Norte 3.0 at Myymälä2 Gallery, Helsinki

 
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Latin America is a Collage

The German journalist Felix Zeltner interviewed Tere Chad for the New York programme Remote Daily Through the interview Tere Chad spoke about her vision of Latin American art, her practice and new challenges.

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