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2016 — Symposium ‘Artists in the Field – Ephemeral Landscapes and Experimental Geographies’, Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art, London

Parasol unit, foundation for contemporary art, London Symposium ‘Artists in the Field – Ephemeral Landscapes and Experimental Geographies’ Organised by Temporary School of Experimental Geography 16 January 2016 PARASOL_lon Parasol unit event. Took part in a symposium which considers the wider role of fieldwork in contemporary arts practice, including themes of exploration in Julian Charriere’s work. A panel of artists (Ignacio Acosta, Luce Choules, Andrew Ranville, Corinne Silva, and Emma Smith) shared insights into their research, personal fieldwork methodologies, and artist-led expeditions. A discussion opened up to examine artistic practice in the landscape, reflecting on the ways artists are redefining the geographic narratives of place, site and encounter. Link to event Link to TSOEG
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Im a Chilean born, London based visual artist and researcher. My practice explores and reflects on the geo-political power dynamics in mineral industries, geographies and historical narratives. My interconnected research projects involve extensive historical research, fieldwork, the collection of archival materials, new photographic documentation with large format cameras and diverse forms of mapping. My work develops using site-specific working methodologies.