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The walls carry stories and tales of a revolution, the ground carries the sweat of the protesters, the ashes blend with the water thrown over the streets. The video Cicatrizes aims to reflect on the materiality of these encounters and explore the traces of a period of revolution through the screen. The video focuses on Plaza Dignidad, the epicenter for Chile’s current social outbreak. It aims to unravel what lies underneath the multiple layers of paint as a form of cultural cleansing. While at the same time critiquing the way we map such spaces through Satellite imagery.
Andrea (she/her) is a Graphic Designer and Artist with a focus on research and storytelling. Born in Spain and raised in Chile, currently based in Berlin. She is interested in how site-specific work can emerge from a feeling of displacement. Following this, she began to tell stories through the exploration of traces, and their materiality. These stories are told through voices of objects, monuments, land, mountains, sand, and water. Respectfully the stories find their form mostly in video installations and publications.
CCTV camera footage by Galeria CÍMA
3D Render by EternalEchoesVR
Google Maps satellite Imagery