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SOFT STONEVICTORIA JOLLY MUJICA
Centro Cultural La Moneda extends an invitation to explore Soft Stone, an individual exhibition by the artist, architect and teacher, Victoria Jolly Mujica, which intersects the fields of arts, architecture and design, to invite us to perceive the novel shapes that concrete can adopt when crafted with supportive elements—or formwork—such as textile mouldings.
The exhibition will feature sculptures, photographic and audiovisual records that account for the multiple possibilities of concrete, teaching us what it is and how it can be environmentally friendly.
This project is endorsed by Punto Espora, Escuela de Arquitectura and Centro de Innovación del Hormigón of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and is funded by Ministerio de las Culturas, las Artes y el Patrimonio through Fondo Nacional de Desarrollo Cultural y las Artes, call for proposals 2022, folio No. 633936.
About the artist
Victoria Jolly Mujica | Architect and visual artist. Lives and works in Ciudad Abierta (Ritoque), Valparaíso Region, Chile. Victoria is a member of the collective Punto Espora, researcher at the Concrete Innovation Centre of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and serves as lecturer at the same university, where she teaches courses in the area of technology. Her work revolves around material experimentation, installation and site-specific (works created for specific locations).
Victoria has exhibited, curated exhibitions, developed workshops and participated in projects in important cultural spaces in Chile and abroad. She recently inaugurated MARGA (2022) at Parque Cultural de Valparaiso, a work that won one of the MA Awards 2022 (#MujerArquitecta) in the Emerging category. In 2022, Victoria Jolly was nominated in the Activists and Academics category for the Womans Day Archdaily international award.