2003-2005 Teresa Borasino ~ Keywords: embodiment, bones, earth-beings, climate justice, unlearning coloniality, sentipensante in-between worlds

Teresa Borasino (born in Lima; lives and works in Amsterdam) is a visual artist and activist. She graduated from the Dutch Art Institute (MFA) and Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (BFA).

Her work addresses the climate crisis through various mediums – performance, installation, graphic design, and civil disobedience. She often works in collaboration with other artists, architects, academics, and activists to develop new synergies between art and direct action. She co-founded Fossil Free Culture NL in 2016, a collective of artists and cultural workers operating at the intersection of art and activism.

Since 2016, they have worked to stop artwashing: the association of fossil fuel corporations with cultural institutions to clean their image and maintain their social licence to operate.

 

 

 

In 2021 Teresa returned to DAI as a guest tutor for COOP study group  Reframing Climate Colonialism: Pleasuring the Radical Imagination

Learn more about Teresa Borasino's publication Common Places  published by DAI in 2005.

Introduction to Teresa Borasino written by Marianna Maruyama for DAI.

Learn more about Teresa Borasino's praxis by means of https://fossilfreeculture.nl