We are excited to invite you to a powerful artistic performance outside the Annual General Meeting of Anglo American, in protest of the company’s actions in Latin America.
This is an opportunity for us to come together as a community and raise our voices against the destructive practices of this multinational corporation. Through performance, artist Amanda Piña we will highlight the harm that has been caused to local communities by Anglo American’s mining and resource extraction.
By attending this event, we can show our solidarity with those who have been affected by Anglo American’s actions, and demand that the company takes responsibility for the harm it has caused.
We encourage you to join us for this important event and add your voice to the growing movement for corporate accountability. Together, we can make a difference and create a more just and sustainable world.
Amanda Piña is a Chilean- Mexican- Austrian based artist living between Vienna and Mexico City. Her work embodies the political and social power of movement, grounded in indigenous forms of knowledge and world making/maintaining practices. Piña is a plurifaceted artist working through choreographic and dance research, creating and curating educational frameworks, writing and editing publications around what she refers as endangered human movement practices. Her work is concerned with the decolonisation of the arts and it is to be found within performing and visual arts contexts. Her work was shown in various theatres, galleries and museums throughout the world.