A Nomadic Research Program in Tierra del Fuego / Un programa nómade de investigación en Tierra del Fuego

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ensayo #4

Running Conversations for Coastal Curricula

Camila Marambio, Astrida Neimanis, Karolin Tampere and Sarita Gálvez present hydro-feminist meditations on listening to your body as a body of water. Presented as part of Liquid Architecture’s Negative Volumes: Body Languages. SAT 14 Oct 2017 6PM – 9PM West Space 1/225 Bourke St, Melbourne… … Keep Reading

Coastal Curriculum in Coney Island

This short film was produced as the result of a series of workshops with a group of teenagers from the New York Aquarium’s Wildlife Conservation Corps, which focuses on public-facing science and ocean advocacy projects. Led by the Aquarium’s artist in residence Christy Gast, they… … Keep Reading

Recordar SSSS

En español recordar viene del latín, cordis, y significa volver a pasar por el corazón. Algunas semanas después de nuestro taller SSSS en el Victoria College of the Arts Secondary School Camila y yo nos juntamos a rememorar. A volver juntas a pasar por la… … Keep Reading

Diary/Field Notes

La Distancia

Coming soon… LA DISTANCIA (Distance) Tierra del Fuego 2018, Original Version in Spanish, subtitled in English, color, 6 episodes. Director: Carolina Saquel/ Assistant Director: Camila Marambio/ Photography: Benjamín Echazarreta/ Camera: Philippe Eustachon, Patricio Riquelme, Carolina Saquel/ Sound Design: Ariel Bustamante/ Sound Engineer: Sebastian Arze/ Art… … Keep Reading

Essays/Field Notes

Coastal Curriculum

Part of a slow process of weaving experiences, ideas and dreams in Narrm Melbourne this is an offering from Sarita Gálvez and Camila Marambio to the rest of the Coastal Curriculum pods (New York, Norway, Tierra del Fuego). First conceived of as a manifesto, today… … Keep Reading

Why Listen to Animals?

Why Listen To Animals? The possibilities of meaning when we listen to animals and they listen to us. THU 29 Sep – SAT 22 Oct 2016 7PM-10PM West Space Level 1/225 Bourke St, Melbourne Wheelchair Accessible FREE This experimental project by Liquid Architecture reframes English… … Keep Reading

Essays/Field Notes

Admiralty Sound Expedition Report

In Tierra del Fuego, where the Atlantic meets the Pacific, land and sea are not so much interwoven as fractured—splintered and shattered. At the southern terminus of the Andes, it is as if the mountains are using the remainder of their geological force to dive… … Keep Reading

Field Notes/Research

Ensayos Network–A Web of Ideas

By Denise Milstein I joined in the Ensayos collaborative in the summer of 2015. By then, the group had been collecting a multi-media archive of its discussions, experiments, and activities for over four years. It was time to take stock of the paths Ensayos had… … Keep Reading

Field Notes

Geir Tore Holm-Stronger than Stone

Geir Tore Holm Exerpt of performance transcript Stronger than Stone, Saskatoon/ Trials of an Archipelago, BHQF, NYC (2015): SO RICH. SO GREAT. SHE SO GREAT! IN THE OCEANS IS THE ORIGIN I COME FROM THE GULF STREAM WATERS OH, IT´S SO HOT! I AM THE… … Keep Reading

Programs/Residencies

Ensayo #4 – Coastal Curriculum

WHEN November 9-23, 2014 WHAT A nomadic recognition of some of the critical zones of Tierra del Fuego’s coastal areas. After which Camila Marambio, Karolin Tampere and Alfredo Prieto spent some time in Puerto Arturo, Última Esperanza digesting the experience and projecting a future for… … Keep Reading

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