Iconoclasistas is a Buenos Aires based project founded by Julia Risler and Pablo Ares in 2006. They have been working since combining itinerant collective mapping, critical cartographies, activist graphic resources, alternative pedagogy workshops and collective research to produce resources for free circulation, appropriation and use, in order to strengthen communication, forge networks of solidarity and affinity, and promote rebel cosmovision practices of collaboration and resistance.

They unfold their practice in three main axes: artistic (poetic productions and graphic dispositives), politic (territorial activism and institutional drifts) and academic (critical pedagogies and collective research).

In their website you’ll find plenty of resources and publications which are translated to English and Portuguese.