It has been almost fifty years since the US-supported coup d’etat in Chile on September 11, 1973.
Even a half century later, the after effects are borne within the political and individual bodies of those shattered by that violent rupture. While traumas demand a reckoning with the past, they also require a way forward—a path that is transformative, constructive and, ideally, optimistic.
For Chile: Memory and The Future, the work of contemporary Chilean artists living mostly outside of Chile, will offer a glimpse into those visions for how the world is today and how it might be in the future, created with a constant awareness of the long historical reverberations of that moment.
Featuring Marisa Cornejo, Alfredo Jaar, Cristobal Lehyt, Felipe Mujica, Iván Navarro & Courtney Smith, Johanna Unzueta, Cecilia Vicuña.
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