"Waters in transformation"

"Waters in transformation"

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It is carried out together with the Austral University of Chile and under the leadership of Emilia Noguera. Water is the most precious asset in the context of climate change and the South Austral is a territory that is in constant negotiation with it. The sensitive look of its transformation and its implications brings together various disciplines. Transient wetlands, rivers of variable edges, lost and dissolved islands are the center of the work of artists and researchers.

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Cast

  • Emilia Noguera , actress and host

  • Eugenio García, creative director of the 1992 Seville Pavilion.

  • Dr. Ignacio Rodríguez J. , UACh researcher and Director of the Ríos Cruces Wetlands Center.

  • Claudia Müller, Chilean visual artist.

  • Prof. Carlos Fischer B. , Associate Professor Faculty of Architecture and Arts UACh.

  • Cecilia Vicuña , Chilean poet, visual artist, filmmaker and activist.

  • Dr. Felipe Otondo R. , Academic Faculty of Engineering Sciences UACh.

  • Mg. Carolina Ihle S. , Academic and Prodecana Faculty of Architecture and Arts UACh.

  • Emilio de la Cerda , architect and undersecretary of Cultural Heritage of the Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage.

Keep investigating

We invite you to continue learning about "Waters in transformation".

 

Websites

 

Rio Cruces Wetlands Center

www.cehum.org

 

Ramsar

www.ramsar.org

 

Wetlands Protection Law (Law 21202)
www.bcn.cl/leychile/navegar?idNorma=1141461

 

Claudia Müller

www.claudiamuller.net

 

Cecilia Vicuña

www.ceciliavicuna.com

 

Valdivia International Photography Festival

www. fifval.cl

 

Felipe Otondo Ruiz

www.otondo.net/dance.htm

 

Soundlapse

www.soundlapse.net

 

Acoustics UACh

www.acusticauach.cl/?p=12776

 

National Library of Chile

www.bibliotecanacional.gob.cl

 

Chilean Memory

www.memoriachilena.gob.cl

 

montenegrofisher

www.mmmmm.org.uk

 

Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage

www.cultura.gob.cl

 

Ministry of Science, Technology, Knowledge and Innovation

www.minciencia.gob.cl

3xi

www.3xi.cl

Books

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Juan Guillermo Tejeda (1992). The Chilean Pavilion: Hurricanes and Wonders in a Universal Exhibition. Ogram.

© La Maquina del Arte SA

Scientific Committee COP25 (2019). Cryosphere and climate change: 50 questions and answers, Santiago, Chile.

© Scientific Committee COP25. In: https://www.centroideal.cl/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/criosfera_y_cambio_climatico.pdf

 

 

 

Vidal Valenzuela, Sebastián; "The Chilean Pavilion in Seville '92 from three aborted cases of visual arts." In caiana. Journal of Art History and Visual Culture of the Argentine Center of Art Researchers (CAIA). No 11 | 2nd. semester 2017. Pp 209-216. In: http://caiana.caia.org.ar/resources/uploads/11-pdf/Vidal%20Valenzuela%20ESP.pdf

Cecilia Vicuña (2015), Sabor a Mí. Patricia Ready Gallery.

 

 

Claudio Gay (1854), Atlas of the physical and political history of Chile. E. Thunot, Paris. In: http://www.memoriachilena.gob.cl/602/w3-article-8000.html

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