Museography - Facing Each Other: Tracings of the Aftermath


"Facing Each Other: Tracings of the Aftermath" features a process that for artists, reintegrated individuals, and researchers, implied a vital transformation. This exhibit is an invitation to travel through Colombia and an attempt to work towards a society beyond armed conflict, through these drawings and words: witnesses of what happens when we sit across from each other.

Participants in "Facing Each Other: Tracings of the Aftermath" included:

- *People in the process of reintegration:* those who belonged to an outlaw group and decided to lay down their arms individually or in groups and submitted themselves to justice. The reintegration process consists of four stages: psychosocial training, academic education, job training, and income generation. Each stage or path takes about six months. Those who complete them optimally can graduate and restart their lives in the community.

- *Reintegration professionals:* bridges between a person in the process of reintegration and society. They accompany the participants in resocialization and demobilization.

- *Workshop leaders:* Andrés "Frix" Bustamante, Angélica María Zorrilla, Catalina Jaramillo Quijano, Daniel Salamanca, Jaime Sanabria "Jim Pluk", Javier Posada (Inu Waters), Joni Bnejumea "Joni B", José Rosero, María Isabel Rueda, Manuel Kalmanovitz, Kevin Mancera, and Tatiana Córdoba were the 12 visual artists and cartoonists who conducted a drawing workshop from one to three days in each of the cities. Each artist also had the mission to create a graphic piece resulting from the experience lived in each workshop.

Project name
Museography - Facing Each Other: Tracings of the Aftermath
Bogotá | Colombia | Art Museum - The Reserve Bank of Colombia