<b>“Matrices de aprendizaje” emancipadoras. OVNI (Observatorio de Video no Identificado) y el videoactivismo</b> // Alienating and Emancipatory “Models of Learning”: An Approach to OVNI (Observatory of Non Identified Video) and its Video-activism
Partiendo de la premisa de que no estamos solo ante una crisis económica sino ante una crisis planetaria y de civilización marcada por la desaparición de los derechos humanos y los derechos de la naturaleza, este ensayo revisa el concepto de colonialidad del saber o “colonialismo interno” (Rivera Cusicanqui) junto al de matriz del aprendizaje capitalista como estructura instituyente tanto de la psique colonizadora como de la subalterna y de las relaciones entre ambas y el mundo. En este contexto, propongo pensar el videoactivismo de OVNI [Observatorio de Video no identificado] como posible herramienta cultural emancipadora y de trabajo en un proceso de cambio político.
Starting from the premise that we are not dealing with only an economic crisis but also a planetary crisis marked by the disappearance of human and environmental rights, this essay looks at the concepts of colonization of knowledge or “internal colonialization” (Rivera Cusicanqui) alongside with the neo-liberal capitalist model of learning as an institutive structure of the colonizing and the colonized psyche as well as the social relationship between the two of them and the world. In this context, I propose to think the video-activism of OVNI (Observatory of Non-Identified Video) as a possible cultural emancipatory tool and one that can be used in a process of political change.
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