Historias propias (Our Stories) was a participatory cultural interventions project focused on the stories of people with non-normative identities—children, older women, indigenous and/or rural populations, migrants, and people who are homeless, identify as LGBTQIA+ and/or have disabilities —, produced in collaboration with these communities and exhibited in various public spaces. The intervention sought to inscribe our stories within the narratives of our cities, together with those of the rest of the population, symbolically transforming buildings, streets, and avenues into geopolitical spaces that also honor and belong to us.


The intervention in Mexico City introduced the stories of different people into diverse urban settings, in the form of stickers.



This project was part of Historias propias (Our Stories)



Multiple public spaces, Mexico City, Mexico





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