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Annatina Aerne http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4721-8360

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This paper examines the transformative potential of two contemporary Colombian artworks on society. The question is interesting in light of the internal conflict and a recent increased activity in the art market in Colombia. Two installations created by Colombian artists are contrasted in order to approach the question. Doris Salcedo’s Plegaria muda (2008-2010) and Ludmila Ferrari’s Cultus (2007-2015) provide an interesting basis for comparison because the two artworks differ with respect to their involvement with art institutions. The installations are juxtaposed along different dimensions: how they encourage connections amongst citizens and transcend their immediate publics by linking different audiences, as well as how they restructure space so as to introduce a different set of norms.

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Aerne, A. (2016). Art’s Transformative Potential: Comparing Doris Salcedo’s Plegaria Muda and Ludmila Ferrari’s Cultus. Cuadernos De Música, Artes Visuales Y Artes Escénicas, 11(2). https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.mavae11-2.atpc
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Artículo de investigación científica y tecnológica
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