Glenda León is an internationally recognized Cuban artist and writer. Her publicly acclaimed and nationally awarded published book, La Condicion Performatica (2001), is the first overview of performance art in Cuba. Her performance interventions, photographic work and video works have been featured in numerous exhibitions such as The Havana Biennial, Museo Carillo Gill (Mexico), Galeria Marta Trava (Sao Paolo, Brasil), The Javits Centre (New York, USA), and The ArtParis Fair (Paris, France). She was the Director of the Batiscafo Project (an affiliate artist residency program with Triangle Arts Fund) in Cuba.
VIGILANTES –the dream of reason creates monsters–
VIGILANTES –the dream of reason creates monsters– is a small book reminiscent of a group of plane tickets in a travel folder that documents a series of liminal performances dealing with the relationship between ethics and desire. Produced in conjunction with the TIME ZONES residency curated by Tagny Duff, with internationally acclaimed Cuban artists Glenda León and Tania Bruguera.