Miss Wynwood is an alternative and sensitive political action platform promoted by artist Nina Dotti. It represents a structure that fosters the confluence of diverse electoral strategies and the tools inherent to performance, action art, happening, posters, installations and multiplatform digital content. From this perspective, it proposes the visibility of an agenda of political actions focused on the construction of new forms of citizenship, woven through social mobilization and promoted from the fundamental rights of all citizens. Therefore, Miss Wynwood is oriented to the conformation of an emergent and disruptive social and politicalstructure from a cultural action.
With Miss Wynwood, Nina Dotti proposes a set of performative actions that aim to highlight several problems of collective interest. Each performance is linked to a specific right among the political, cultural, economic and social sphere, as a way to promote human rights and citizen mobilization. Then, the right to have rights becomes a platform of action that seeks the visibility of groups that otherwise have been invisible by the discourses of the political and media establishment.
In this sense, at the beginning her actions aim to build a counterpoint to the anti-political discourse used by the Republican candidate and actual president Donald Trump but also to question XXI century Socialism to promote democracy. A government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodically held free elections.
Thus, from diverse experiences of creation that range from the conformation of a political party and the publication of a manifesto to the intervention of the public space, she aims to construct an interaction between the electoral campaign and the artistic practices for the unfolding of cultural alternatives and democratic options. It is about proposing a new way to articulate politics and to detonate reflections about Latinos in the space of American cultural diversity. Another way of doing politics is possible and Miss Wynwood elaborates a set of options to make action art a political action.