Azul Jacinto Marino. When I pronounce this name it comes alive in multiple forms. The equivocation could lie in its blurred gender. One might attempt to locate a geographical region for it, an ethnicity? A specific type of diet, perhaps. It is in fact an aquatic pigment, a hyacinth that thrives in the sea.
In the new works commissioned by L’appartement 22, Julia Rometti & Víctor Costales pursue their long-term research on Anarquismo Mágico, a little-known transnational political movement, and one of its leading figures, Azul Jacinto Marino.
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