Identity could be a blessing: an Interview with María Magdalena Campos-Pons

María Magdalena Campos-Pons is a Cuban born interdisciplinary artist sprinkling her culture, spirituality and sexuality through mediums of installation photography performance art and so much more. In this interview we discussed social justice, taking risks in performance art and what drives Magdalena to do what she does.

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A Conversation with WWLTD's Carla Valdivia

La Ciudad de México is commonly known as a populated, busy city. It's not just bustling; it's bursting at the seams with art, innovation, and fearlessness. Carla Valdivia is part of a group of creators working out of México that are expanding the world's idea of what the city actually is. 

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Ana Ortiz Varela
Interview with Karina Padilla

You may have seen Karina on Instagram’s suggested page. Chances are, you’re probably already following her. And, why wouldn’t you? Karina is a mexican multimedia artist using her social media to reach out to those who need it. She’s eloquent on her captions, speaking on what is like to be a woman who has a body, mental illness, and art. It’s a whole lot more than self-love and confidence, it’s about thriving, inspiring, and redefining what it means to be a empowered.

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Ana Ortiz Varela