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Cultural promoter and Independent artist focused on drawing, video, performance art, live installations and self organised events. In 2011 she moved from Mexico to Helsinki to study an M.F.A in Printmaking at the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts (at the time) and in 2013 a second M.A in Live Art and Performance Studies at the Theatre Academy, both belonging to the University of the Arts Helsinki.
Through living in the translocation, she perceives her practice as a conjunction of independent art work, workshops and self organised events as a way of resistance and transmission, insisting in its importance as other ways of knowing the other.
Since 2014 she has been working mainly in Helsinki on the performance artivist project Verdades Históricas (Historical Truths), in relation to the enforced disappearance of Ayotzinapa’s 43 rural students in Iguala, México; since then the performances have been comforted with issues related to their context, language, history and empathy. Based on this process the first open call New World: Violence Remains, video/performance from Latin America (2016) came out as an effort to contextualize in Finland other views on current event, remembering they are still bounded to a colonial past. In 2017 she founded PROYECTO ANALCO as a continuation of this process.
Currently she lives and works in Mexico (Puebla and Mexico City) and Helsinki, Finland
ROSAMARIA BOLOM (Fin/Mex)
Psychologist, artist and cultural promoter living in Helsinki. Since 2009 she have been working with culture & art projects. Her work focus during this time has been on cultural productions and pedagogical art-workshops aimed at children and youth.
In psychology she is interested in the otherness, subjectivity, human relations and symbolic language. As artist she is convinced that the universal language comes from the soul and it is the best weapon to combat misunderstanding, prejudices, racism, ignorance, fear and other contemporary ills.
In Helsinki she have collaborated and worked with several cultural actors, such as the Embassy in Mexico in Finland, the Latin American Film Festival Cinemaissí, Helinä Rautavaara Museum, Eva's Ribs, Cultural Centre CAISA, the Association Yhteiset Lapsemme and Sivuvalo Project.
Since 2013, Rosamaría have been co-founding and active member of Third Space Collective and Salasanat -multilingual encounters of poetry and art in Finland.