Curator: Blanca de la Torre
Regina Josť Galindo (1974, Guatemala City) began her artistic evolution as a poet. It was in 1999 that she started to use her body as part of her work in a more direct manner by adopting performance as her chief medium of expression. Her work leads us into the problems of current society, into a stark reality, through the discourse of her own body and by means of a series of actions that are equally stark, unrestrained and full of symbolism and which lead the artist to place herself in extreme situations that are also intense points of reflection for spectators.
Goose Flesh is a journey taken by the word through the body, a journey that makes its way through five rooms, triggering the spectator's musculus erector pili as it advances.