3 codices on contemporary indigenous issues that you should know

El Códice de Ayotzinapa by Diego and Juan Manuel Sandoval, Mexico City (2014) © UBC Museum of Anthropology

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‘Made in Latin America’ – S1E7 New codices, new messages

 

Artists and activists are expressing their political positions in Mexico and US-Mexico border through the format of the codex. The following images represent the codices mentioned in Episode 7 of ‘Made in Latin America‘, where you can listen to more details about them and their stories. Click on each one to see more photos.

 

‘El «dónde estoy» va desapareciendo (The “Where I am” is Vanishing)’

Mariana Castillo Deball, Mexico City (1975)

El donde voy esta desapareciendo, Mariana Castillo Deball, Mexico City (1975)

© Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

 

Códice Rodriguez-Mondragón

Sandy Rodriguez (2019)

Códice Rodriguez Mondragón, Sandy Rodriguez (2019)

© Studio Sandy Rodriguez

 

El Códice de Ayotzinapa

Diego and Juan Manuel Sandoval, Mexico City (2014)

El Códice de Ayotzinapa, Diego and Juan Manuel Sandoval, Mexico City(2014)

© UBC Museum of Anthropology