Our work as a collective emerges from our shared interests around contemporary art and its related cultural practices. We understand curating as a place of intersection between theory and praxis and as a necessary platform that allows for the fluidity of their symbiotic co-existence. The importance for the collective is this fundamental co-existence, which enables the conditions for artistic production to occur. It is a place where boundaries are eliminated between the theorist, artist and curator. Curatorial practice is conceived as a research process that includes the co-development and construction of participative spaces in which artistic outcomes are the result of the exchange of critical tools and micro-narratives between different cultural agents. These conditions allow us to generate a collective critical discourse, which also places us before the difficulties of finding “new” criteria in reference to contemporary art. We believe that this broad task should be undertaken in an inclusive and multi-disciplinary way in order to unmask the regime of political correctness and re-organize the political territory within the cultural context.