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Karen Lofgren: emBRUJAda
Charms for the Living

Edited by Karen Lofgren, Willem Henri Lucas, Freek Lomme. Introduction by Karen Lofgren.

Text by Carmina Escobar, Florencia Portocarrero, Marjolein van der Loo.


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SIGNED BY KAREN LOFGREN AT ARTBOOK @ HAUSER & WIRTH LA BOOKSTORE!
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LA-based Canadian artist Karen Lofgren gathers a selection of notes, dialogues and annotated works. In doing so, her living field work transforms into encounters that shape a feminist and decolonial perspective, moving through psychedelics, erotica and interspecies love affairs. Considering works from an international practice, this compendium connects scientific fields to the spirit realm, leaving space for the unknown and the unknowable. It includes dialogues with Mexican vocalist and performer Carmina Escobar, who relates empathetically to nature and the body; Peruvian feminist art historian, curator and writer Florencia Portocarrero; and Dutch curator and writer Marjolein van der Loo, who brings a passion for ecology and social agendas. The result is the creation of an intimate space where rituals, history and mythology look to the construction of a greater consciousness over time, forming relationships between cultural systems and other wild systems.

Set Margins’ Publications
Paperback | 6 x 8.25 | 224 pgs