I’ve drawn up a small list which could have been endless, in which I’ve written down the worst things I’ve seen about capitalism. Please take note that I use the 12 days I spent in the Czech Republic as my reference, the only capitalist country that I have had the opportunity to visit.
Warhol P’s Diary
On the morning of August 16th, the Queen of Pop’s birthday, I received several calls and emails from friends confirming the fact that the star was visiting Cuba.
In spite of not having much time to get to know it very well, I got to walk along the Charles Bridge, take in the Vltava River, touch its frozen waters with my hands and, for the first time in my life, feel free. (8 photos)
Ever since I found out that I’d been selected to study an intensive video course in the Czech Republic, my life has turned around 180 degrees, in terms of thinking…
It’s a project which is based on gender freedom and freedom from discrimination which includes performance art, short movies, video art and photo manipulations.
Once again, I’ve experienced censorship and barriers firsthand in my career as a writer, I won’t go into my experiences as a photographer, filmmaker or performance artist, because this time I’ve been stabbed in the back because of my writing.
And just like that, with the ebb and flow of time, things that we’ve been missing from the ‘90s are returning once again: the sweet and unforgettable blackouts.
I’d like to share with you a video I recorded with my phone of what happened the day I got to see a band of excellent musicians. Yes, it’s true we were able to go to a free concert, but that doesn’t nourish us, it just keeps us entertained.
I’m glad to say it, but it also worries me and scares me, because having a mobile phone in Cuba is a luxury and not a necessity. Many of you will know how much a mobile phone actually costs here in our country…