Mapocho river

 

Spaces of the waria that tell us about transit, mobility, fractures and possible (re)connections. We met with the silent but significant presence of 'this Mapocho that is called a river, the Seine of Santiago, but with willows', running down the hillsides and through the urban space and its wounds. The broken, dark and indigenous Mapocho guided us in a collage and bricolage work that recognizes and deconstructs urban and social segregations of Santiago and its urban spaces.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement MapsUrbe No. 707537

Photos/Editing/Graphic design: Nicola Mazzuia www.nicolamazzuia.net

Translation to Mapundungun: Norma Hueche Nahuel

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