Duen Sacchi
3 October, 2019
Annie Ganzala
3 October, 2019
16 May, 2019
Fabián Villegas
5 October, 2023

Fatima Guariota

(Venezuela, 1985)

October 2019

Visual artist descendant of the Waraos indigenous community in Monagas, Venezuela, formed at the Escuela de Artes Plásticas Armando Reverón, in Caracas. She had made design collaborations and illustrations for Ayllu collective and Concienca Afro Madrid. In 2018 she collaborated with the design of the series of popular education notebooks, Grupo latinoamericano de estudio, formación y acción feminista, of the Editorial En la Frontera. She took part in the design and layout of Afrotenrizxs, a book published by Matadero Madrid publishing house. She's also the author of the Visual Identity of the Transgresorxs and Ayllu Migrant collectives. She brings the simplicity and domestic aspects of black lives and afro-indigenous to gestures, illustrations and collage compositions. Her work re-elaborate the representations of non-normative black bodies as a way of claiming existence in a heterocentric and anti-blackness world.

More info about graphic design projects here.

More info about illustration and video here.

Program funded with the grants for independent spaces of contemporary creation 2018-2019 of the Madrid City Council.

With the collaboration of Montana

Check some images of the programme here: