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Duen Sacchi (Aguaray, Argentina). Artist, researcher, writer, Guaxu, migrant based in Barcelona. His work stresses the relationships between writing, drawing, printmaking and their forms of reproduction from a anti-colonial, anti-racist and anti-patriarchal perspective from the critical non-cisnormative spaces of the Afro-indigenous and mestizo diasporas. He constantly investigates the ancestral legacy of his non origin formal artistic practices. "Pathogenic Fictions" is his latest published book, Brumaria (2018) Rara Avis (2019). He has developed actions, residencies and presentations of his work in La Virreina (Barcelona), Tabakalera (Donostia), Matadero (Madrid) La Ene (Buenos Aires) among others. It has received the creation aid Eremuak 2018. He is part of the Equipo Estrella Frágil (SACCHI-DE SANTO) and the Ira Sudaka collective.

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