Summoning voices: a conversation with Roselin Rodríguez Espinosa

A conversation with Roselin Rodríguez Espinosa that took place during the Summoning voices - A radio symposium on feminist world making July 8-9.23 in Goethe Institut Rotterdam and at

In the conversation you can hear Roseline talking about her research and practice of depatriarchalizing the archives and feminist approaches to archival processes.

Roselin Rodríguez Espinosa (La Habana, 1986) is art historian and curator based in Mexico City. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Art History at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, UNAM. She was Curatorial Coordinator at the University Museum of Contemporary Art, MUAC/UNAM (2016-2018). Her academic and art critique writings can be found in various national and international publications. She is a member of the seminar-workshop Depatriarchalizing the Archive since 2020 and she is currently working on the collective research “Coordenadas móviles. Redes de colaboración entre mujeres en el arte y la cultura en México (1975-1986)”.

Summoning voices - A radio symposium on feminist world making

Words make language, language makes stories, and stories make worlds

Radio Echo is summoning a diversity of voices of storytellers, artists, radio makers, community builders, researchers and activists during a two day radio symposium, online at our radio platform and physically at the Goethe Institut Rotterdam. Through a series of conversations, dj sets and vocal experimentations that weave a multilayered broadcast that touches upon methods to reimagine the realities that define our lives. With it we challenge normative understandings of being together and compose a web of solidarity amongst our communities. We aim to provide a space where many disciplines can intersect, nurture each other and find a channel to influence the world with a touch of our magic.