Tania Bruguera, artist and member of the European Alternatives’ Advisory Board, spoke to the media about her detention by Cuban authorities following organisation of a performance in Havana.
Recently we published an article on the arrest of Tania Bruguera the Cuban artist and campaigner. She organised an art performance on Havanna’s Revolutionary Square but was arrested shortly before and did not get to attend her own performance.
Tania was released 72 hours after her arrest, but authorities have since confiscated her passport and charged her with inciting public disorder, resisting police and attempting to commit a crime.
In VICE News, Bruguera speaks for the first time about her political art and censorship in Cuba. You can read the article here.