• Cultural Studies Document # 1
    2001
    Photograph and painting on glass, 50 x 70 cm.

    SEE IMAGE IN FULL SIZE
  • Cultural Studies Document # 1
    2001
    Intervention in The Clinic newspaper, 2012, Santiago, Chile,with the following image and the following text:

    “I took this photograph in February 2001 and it depicts a manhole cover located on the main square of the town of Río Negro, Tenth Region, Province of Osorno. German settlers some years before World War II installed this manhole cover. They lived in this town since its founding until approximately the early 1960s. Currently the population consists mostly of natives and mestizos. The reversed swastika stands out, looking more like the Hindu swastika than the Nazi emblem. Is it still there?”.


    SEE IMAGE IN FULL SIZE
  • Cultural Studies Document # 1
    2001
    Intervention in [Lat 33] Magazine, 2001, Santiago, Chile, with the following image and the following text:

    “I took this photograph in February 2001 and it depicts a manhole cover located on the main square of the town of Río Negro, Tenth Region, Province of Osorno. German settlers some years before World War II installed this manhole cover. They lived in this town since its founding until approximately the early 1960s. Currently the population consists mostly of natives and mestizos. The reversed swastika stands out, looking more like the Hindu swastika than the Nazi emblem. Is it still there?”.

    SEE IMAGE IN FULL SIZE

Cultural Studies Documents

 


Cultural Studies Documents is an ongoing series advancing at the speed of the construction of the Chinese Wall. Its only piece is a photograph taken on 2011, in the town of Río Negro in the region of los Lagos in the south of Chile. It’s not connected to any piece previously produced, with the exception of Angelus Australis (2002) from the La Revolución Silenciosa series (2001-2002), which possesses its own gallery on this site.

Cultural Studies Documents


Cultural Studies Documents is an ongoing series advancing at the speed of the construction of the Chinese Wall. Its only piece is a photograph taken on 2011, in the town of Río Negro in the region of los Lagos in the south of Chile. It’s not connected to any piece previously produced, with the exception of Angelus Australis (2002) from the La Revolución Silenciosa series (2001-2002), which possesses its own gallery on this site.

Cultural Studies Document #1
2001
Photograph and painting on glass, 50 x 70 cm.



Cultural Studies Document #1
2012
Intervention The Clinic newspaper, 2012, Santiago, Chile with this image and the follwing text:



“I took this photograph in February 2001 and it depicts a manhole cover located on the main square of the town of Río Negro, Tenth Region, Province of Osorno. German settlers some years before World War II installed this manhole cover. They lived in this town since its founding until approximately the early 1960s. Currently the population consists mostly of natives and mestizos. The reversed swastika stands out, looking more like the Hindu swastika than the Nazi emblem. Is it still there?”



Cultural Studies Document #1
2001
Intervention in [Lat 33] Magazine, Santiago, Chile with this image and the follwing text:



“I took this photograph in February 2001 and it depicts a manhole cover located on the main square of the town of Río Negro, Tenth Region, Province of Osorno. German settlers some years before World War II installed this manhole cover. They lived in this town since its founding until approximately the early 1960s. Currently the population consists mostly of natives and mestizos. The reversed swastika stands out, looking more like the Hindu swastika than the Nazi emblem.”



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