- Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte, muca-Roma
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- Sat 8 February, 2020
Tonalá 51 Col. Roma Norte, 06700, Ciudad de México
Intervención: índigo is an exhibition by artist Laura Anderson Barbata (Mexico, 1958), curated by Ixchel Ledesma, that combines performance and textile to discuss the appropriation of spaces through ritual. The performance consists of the occupation of public space by characters dressed in indigo-colored textiles - an ancient natural dye used in rituals of protection, power, and spirituality. The intervention begins with a procession from muca-Roma to the Glorieta of the Insurgentes metro.