|Cuándo:||01 sep de 2020 - 31 dic de 2020|
|Inauguración:||01 sep de 2020|
|Dónde:||Museo Nacional de Colombia / Carrera 7, calles 28 y 29 / Bogotá, Distrito Especial de Bogotá, Colombia|
|Comisariada por:||Taiyana Pimentel Paradoa|
|Organizada por:||Museo Nacional de Colombia|
|Artistas participantes:||Ana María Millán|
|Eventos relacionados:||Convocatoria para intervenciones artísticas en 'Fragmentos, Espacio de Arte y Memoria'|
Fragmentos, Espacio de Arte y Memoria, is a monument to the Colombian peace process conceived by artist Doris Salcedo. During the negotiations that led to the signing of the peace agreement between the former FARC guerilla and the Colombian government in 2016, it was decided that three monuments would be created from the weapons handed over by the FARC. In Bogota, Doris Salcedo conceived an anti-monument, whose foundation is made from nearly 9,000 melted weapons. Salcedo invited a group of women, victims of sexual violence during Colombia’s 53-year armed conflict, to hammer out designs for the floor tiles, made from these weapons. Fragmentos acts as both a conceptual and physical platform for memory and the processing of conflict, which are universal themes. Fragmentos is a public space operated by the Colombian Ministry of Culture and located in Bogota on Carrera 7 # 6b – 30.