PASO is a critical reflection on Human Rights, raised as a collective international performance, created in three different remote locations and streamed through the internet.
The collective international performance began as one of the activities of the Second International Biennial of Contemporary Art that took place in Seville (Spain) in December 2006. The collaborators included en lugar de creación from Seville, Ivani Santana from San Salvador, Brazil and John D. Mitchell from Arizona State University. The creative process was handled entirely online through the creation of a wiki and a repository for video and image files. Work began in September 2006 and continued up to the day prior to the performance, December 4 2006.
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