Over de rol van kunst in een globaliserende samenleving

Framer Framed

Nene Moné

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Nene Moné is a non-binary, transdisciplinary artist, activist and researcher working on social and environmental justice issues. Their experience with social and environmental issues began at an early age with their family’s struggles for access to education, healthcare and general livelihoods in Chile. At the age of 16, they were very active in social protests during the Penguin Revolution. In 2012, Nene was president of the student federation at the Universidad del Mar and led the first massive protests for access to higher education in Valparaiso. Later, they were involved in organising protests for the right to water and against monocultures in the same city. In the same year, they organised and led #FuerzaValpo, a volunteer aid group that supported and helped families during the 2012 wildfires in the city.

Currently, Nene is working on research about land, health and environmental issues of the Mapuche people living in Wallmapu. Nene Moné will presented a music piece created for the symposium Revisiting the Past, Shaping the Future, on the commemoration of the coup in Chile and the celebration of the 50th anniversary of SOMO.


Queer environmental embodiment: UÝRA - The Rising Forest
Filmvertoning, gesprek en performance over queer rechten en ecologie
Symposium: Revisiting the Past, Shaping the Future
Lessen van Chili's voormalige president Allende en internationale solidariteitsbewegingen