Recovery of public spaces
“Tramar-Recovery of public spaces” is a participatory artistic project proposed by the artists Cristina Flores and Cecilia Rejtman to address the gender problems existing in society based on the weaving technique with the aim of recovering and transforming public spaces . The project is presented in the form of an active and nomadic fabric that invites participants to reflection and social criticism during the creation process. What “Tramar” seeks is to generate a creative and temporary space to rethink and confront the social stereotypes that continually limit the development of women, a space to conceive new ideas that contribute to society and generate the revaluation of textile practices.
This project faces a society that sees in the fabric a passive-intimate-feminine activity, for this reason the activity of the collective fabric in public spaces is proposed as a kind of ritual of sorority, empowerment, openness to dialogue with passers-by, and reflection on our identity and traditions.
GENERAL PERIOD OF INTERVENTIONS IN PUBLIC SPACE
Since: August / 2017
Until: January / 2018
Place: LUM (Place of Memory, Tolerance and Social Inclusion)
Address: Bajada San Martín 151Miraflores, Lima
Duration: 10:30 - 13:00
SECTION 2: March Not One Less.
Place: Campo de Marte, Wilson, Real Plaza, Paseo de las Héroes, Palace of Justice.
Duration: 14:30 - 18:00
SECTION 3: Commemoration of the CVR (Truth and Reconciliation Commission)
Place: Eye that Cries, Field of Mars.
Duration: 11:00 - 17:00
SECTION 4: Day of Santa Rosa de Lima
Location: Well of Wishes in the Basilica of Santa Rosa de Lima
Duration: 11:00 - 15:00
TRAMAR 5: Peruvian Women's Civic Rights Day.
Route: Ministry of Women, Jirón de la Unión, Plaza San Martín.
Duration: 14:00 - 16:10
SECTION 6: Fourth march against the Fujimori pardon.
Route: Campo de marte, Av. Guzmán Blanco, Plaza Bolognesi, Paseo Colón, Av. Grau, Av. Abancay.
Duration: 17:00 - 20:00