Liliana Angulo


Photo/Foto: Lorie Novak


A video installation that investigates Aimé Césaire's anti-colonial concept in our times. It explores the contradictions between the affirmation of the value of black cultures and the representations and discourses of black masculinity in Caribbean pop music, circulated and made popular through the radio. This video shows a salsa dancer dancing in Bogotá's urban environment with a voluminous afro that reminds the viewer of revindications like "Black is Beautiful" or "Black Power," which drew inspiration from the Négritude movement.


Liliana Angulo is a visual artist with a degree in Sculpture from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Using different media, her work explores themes of racial identity and Afro-Colombian culture.

Background Information
  • Encuentro location (Bogotá): Auditorio León de Greiff, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
  • Date: August 21-30, 2009
  • Country: Colombia