Mo–Fr 16:00–22:00, Sa–Su 14:00–22:00
Opening and closing until 24:00
Dirftless explores notions of nationhood as a form of contemporary confinement, while embracing on the ocean as a public site for artistic interventions. In this artist film, a performer travels across large bodies of water and through several countries, while drifting away in a precarious raft that references makeshift strategies for border crossing. This fictional journey creates a visual narrative, which borrows from migration stories and radical seafaring. This video-performance embraces the ocean as a public site for artistic interventions, using makeshift strategies for border crossing. A fictional journey on a precarious raft creates a visual narrative, which borrows from recent migration stories and radical seafaring.
Felipe Castelblanco (1985, Bogotá) is a multidisciplinary artist working Cultural Emissary for the USA State at the intersection of socially engaged, lm and Media Art. His work Department to the Philippines. explores participation, institutional forms and new frontiers of public space, which enable coexistent encounters between unlikely audiences.
Felipe has exhibited at museums and galleries in Europe, Asia, North and South America. Awards include the Starr Fellowship at the Royal Academy Schools in London (UK, 2015) the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Residency (USA, 2018) and in 2014 he served as a Cultural Emissary for the USA State Department to the Philippines.