Born in the UK from Jewish descent, Venezuelan-American comedian Joanna Hausmann talks with Polivision’s Paul Alonso about her evolution as a comedian, the role of “discomfort” as a central component for satire, intersectional identities and the implications of criticizing the left and right in today’s polarized environment. Hausmann became initially […]Read More
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From denialism during the pandemic to the emerging content creator economy, Argentinian journalist and Youtuber Ivana Szerman describes the social and digital landscape Argentina is experiencing after the pandemic. This video column is part of our series on Reimagining Latin America After the Pandemic: Media, Culture and Democracy Ivana Szerman […]Read More
With a tenuous connection with the sound brands that are associated with the music of Brazil – samba, bossa nova, carnival – the new Brazilian pop shares a tendency towards electronic music, contemporary R&B and avant garde pop. Here is a review of ten essential albums to dive into the […]Read More
The 2023 Atlanta Film Festival + Creative Conference (ATLFF), founded in 1976 and operated by the Atlanta Film Society, celebrated its 47th edition. Combining Hollywood and independent films, it featured a total of 115 creative works (from nearly 10,000 submissions). The final lineup of 40 feature-length films, 84 short films, […]Read More
From the militarization of the citizens to socially committed art, Mexican artist and professor Adela Goldbard helps us understand Mexico’s situation and challenges after the pandemic. This video column is part of our series on Reimagining Latin America After the Pandemic. Adela Goldbard is an interdisciplinary artist/educator/scholar from Mexico City. […]Read More
During the second decade of the new millennium, several Peruvian artists embarked on musical projects that articulated Afro-Peruvian culture with the sounds of contemporary electronics. Translocal styles such as grime, dubstep, trap and global bass were freely synthesized by these musicians to weave a rhythmic and sonic curtain. Jaws [quijadas] […]Read More