Sergio was selected to be part of the 2020 Monument Lab Transnational Fellow cohort. From Monument Lab's announcement:
"These artists, activists, and civic practitioners critically reimagine monuments in sites and spaces across North America and Germany. We are excited to learn from and work with the Fellows as they realize their meaningful projects and continue the transnational movement to critically engage the monumental landscape. The Monument Lab Fellows program was founded through a grant from the Surdna Foundation and is facilitated through Slought.
Additionally, Monument Lab Fellows from this and last years' cohorts will be featured in Shaping the Past, a multi-site exhibition and book project that addresses pressing issues around what, whom, and how to remember in public spaces. Shaping the Past is a partnership between Monument Lab, the Goethe-Institut, and the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (German Federal Agency for Civic Education/bpb).
Congratulations to the Fellows! Be sure to stay tuned over the coming months as they share their perspectives, processes, and projects."