Over the course of two months, the team assembled for Historias propias/Tlatelolco (Our Stories/Tlatelolco) collected the stories—in the form of texts, photographs, and intervened maps—of close to a hundred Tlatelolco residents, specifically children, older women, indigenous and/or rural populations, migrants, and people who are homeless, identify as LGBTQIA+ and/or have disabilities.


The compiled material was exhibited in the halls of the Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco (CCUT) and also occupied the streets of the surrounding neighborhoods, marking them as geopolitical spaces that belong to and honor each of the participants.



This project was part of Historias propias (Our Stories)


Project collaborators: Ana Lilia Serrano, Arlen Palestina Madrid, Arlette Escobedo & Brenda Raya



Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco (CCUT), Mexico City, Mexico

Public spaces, Tlatelolco, Mexico City, Mexico





Thanks to:

Alexandra Haas, Ernesto Escobedo, Guadalupe Rocha, Kenya Cuevas, Marta Ferreyra, Ricardo Raphael de la Madrid, Sandra Lorenzano, Tania Ramírez Hernández, Casa de las Muñecas Tiresias, & CONAPRED


Lorena Wolffer


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