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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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Resonancias Residency Program 2021

Open-call until June 14th for artists living in Chile, Germany and France
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Cosmic Order, Invisible Energies and Cycles of Nature

Interview with Elisa Balmaceda, visual artist, teacher and researcher. Always interested in the cycles of nature, Elisa Balmaceda began working with the sun and later expanded her research to include subjects linked to ecology, the understanding of time and space,...

Voices of a Woven World: Poetics and Inner Sustainability

Our feet trace a path of twisted roots and earth adorned with pine needles alongside the frozen body of Suur-Kaksjärv, a lake enveloped by pine trees. I catch the glowing face of a four-month-old held against his mother’s chest as...

System Suspect Suffering: A Work by Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira

Transition to Nature Padece is the first result of a year-long process (and ongoing) of an artistic research by Chilean artist Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira that took place within both a lab as well as onsite on the damage that the araucaria...

Traditional Seeds: A Living Heritage in Need of Rescue

Interview with Thamar Sepúlveda – Seed Guardian and  co-founder of Biodiversidad Alimentaria Traditional seeds are a natural wealth that is often unknown or forgotten, with a story that dates back to hundreds and even thousands of years. They have unique...

Algae, with a capital A

Algae constitute an entire world in and of themselves and are a group of plants that live in water. They are thalophytes, that is, they have a thallus in which roots, stem, or leaves are not differentiated, and can be...

The Wilderness Archive at Centro Cultural La Moneda

Remember the last time you walked through the aisles of a museum of natural history? Those cabinets full of specimens standing on a pin or glued to a board under screens of clear glass framed in varnished wood or against...

Conservation as a Citizens Movement

Interview with Bruno Monteferri, Director of Conservamos por Naturaleza Connecting urban dwellers with conservation projects, working with local communities, empowering privately protected areas, and creating a network of volunteers and massive environmental campaigns which have succeeded in impacting laws in...

Bio-art, Installation and Performance as Holistic Modes of Understanding the Human and Non-Human

Biological cultures, artistic methods as alternate forms of ecological sampling, and critical theory are some of the multiple resources that drives artist Jasmin Märker’s creative process. Our virtual relationship with Jasmin began the beginning of this year, we had just...

The Internet of Things: Environmental and Social Implications of Artificial Intelligence

How are we able to conserve human qualities, their particularities and unpredictabilities– those that differentiate us from algorithms–is the question. Technology seems to be evolving faster than ever and it is now a matter of urgency to reflect profoundly on...

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