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Climate change as an opportunity to build a better quality of life

What led you to specialize in climate studies? An experience in nature? A professor? No, the truth is that working in climate came about separately from an obvious interest in nature. I mean I’ve always had an interest in nature,...

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Resonancias Residency Program 2021

Open-call EXTENDED until June 28th for artists living in Chile, Germany and France.
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Who brought the water?

We live in a time of dizzying changes both in society and science, and especially in astronomy. In the last decade, we’ve discovered thousands of exoplanets (planets that orbit stars like the Sun), most of which are completely different to...

The movement of plants is political

Interview with Fiorella Angelini, Chilean visual artist and director of “The Araucaria Project: My journey to discover the sacred”. Through her installations, analogue photography and video, Angelini explores various issues that affect nature, territory and identity. Her latest audiovisual work...

Animating Characters in an Incomplete World

Interview with Marcos Sánchez – artist and filmmaker Visual artist, animator and filmmaker, Marcos Sánchez will be participating in the Ars Electronica 2021 Festival as part of Fundación Mar Adentro’s Polygonal Forest platform. In this interview, Marcos reflects on the...

The artistic process as a game

Interview with Cristóbal León, artist and filmmaker. Co-Director of the award-winning film La Casa Lobo (The Wolf House), together with Joaquín Cociña, Cristóbal speaks in this interview about the role of art in the climate emergency, the upcoming premiere of...

The Natural Resources Trap: How to Avoid It?

About 30 years ago, the book Trayectorias divergentes (Divergent Trajectories) was published, edited by Patricio Meller and Magnus Blömstron. In this book, Latin American and Scandinavian authors compared the divergent long-term trends of both groups of countries. One of the...

A Story and its Unforeseen Materialities

Interview with Cristina Sitja, illustrator and ceramist. Driven by an interest in the animal and plant world, Cristina Sitja's work takes different forms and materialities that invite us to observe what surrounds us. In this interview we talk about her...

Grasslands: Places of Pioneering Species

“Pioneer plants, those that are capable of living in the midst of an ungrateful environment, are, in fact, fragile; they die outside of that environment. Riches do not suit them.” – Gilles Clement, Garden in Motion When I arrived to...

Rituals and Treasures of the Pacific Coast

Interview with Begoña Ugalde, poet and founder of Ediciones Liquen. A poet and narrator, Ugalde has made nature a constant theme in her writing. In the last few months, she published a book together with her publishing house about a...

Flooding Spaces with Native Green

Interview with Magdalena Valdés, founder of Bosko and dedicated to creating fast-growing native forests. Magdalena’s interest in nature and concern for the loss of native plant species led her –a historian with studies in sociology– to investigate the Miyawaki method...

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