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Trabajos de campo

Field Works

This exhibition seeks to address environmental issues from various artistic representations and become a space where different local and international viewpoints can meet.

Taking as its starting point the magazine Expedición a Chile, a publication from the 70’s on interdisciplinary and coordinated work between science, art and illustration, the exhibition combines different approaches and interpretations of nature.

Trabajos de Campo – Field Works will also present other scientific records, such as drawings and notations by the expeditionary Alexander von Humboldt, along with works created in various media by local contemporary artists such as Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira, Josefina Guilisasti, Bernardo Oyarzún and Gaspar Aprilot (along with Jorge Rowlands) and internationals such as Hélène Binet (Switzerland), Henrik Håkansson (Sweden), Pierre Huyghe (France), Marcelo Moscheta (Brazil), Anne Noble (New Zealand) and Nicole Schuck (Germany).

In addition, the exhibition will present the work and scientific observations of Reinaldo Vargas (lichenologist), Juan Larraín (bryologist) and Pablo Sandoval (mycologist), under the coordination of Fundación Chilco.

With a joint curatorship between Pablo Brugnoli, architect, Master in Cultural Heritage and interim executive director of Centro Cultural La Moneda, Jorge Godoy, architect, academic and photographer and the team at CCLM, the exhibition responds to a work of more than a year crossed by the reflection on coexistence when thinking about environmental problems of territories, climates and species.

Additionally, Trabajos de campo counts on the advice of Emanuele Coccia, one of the most influential philosophers of today, whose work is recognized for its innovative approach to the link between the theories of the imagination and the nature of living beings. Author of La vida de las plantas y Metamorfosis and academic of the School of Higher Studies of Social Sciences in Paris.

About the curators


Pablo Brugnoli (Santiago, 1975). Architect, Universidad Católica de Valparaíso and Master in Cultural Heritage, Universidad Católica de Chile. He is currently interim executive director of Centro Cultural La Moneda. He has participated as curator in the following exhibitions: “Spam city” (Santiago, 2006); “Post it city” (Barcelona, ​​2008; Santiago, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo and Montevideo, 2010); “Clip/Stamp/Fold” (Santiago, 2013); “Chillán: Paisaje moderno. Territorios en transformación” (Chillán, 2018-2019); and “Casa chilena. Imágenes domésticas” (Santiago, 2020).

Jorge Godoy (Santiago, 1974). Architect, Universidad de Valparaiso (Chile), Master in Architecture and Urbanism, AADRL (United Kingdom), Chilean photographer and academic based in Germany. He is a founding partner of GUN Architects and Animalesque. Since 2008, he has worked as a visiting professor and researcher at the Architectural Association in London, the TU in Berlin, the London Metropolitan University, the Instituto de Arquitectura Avanzada de Cataluña (IAAC), the Centro de Estudios Urbanos Torcuato di Tella in Buenos Aires and Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (Chile). Between 2005 and 2008 he was director of CHORA Research in London, participating in multiple urban planning projects and directing workshops and exhibitions in the United Kingdom, Chile, China, Spain, Italy and Brazil. In recent years, his main occupation has been the development of “Mesetas”, a large rural urbanization in the north of Chile, where Gun Architects has built a series of experimental landmarks distributed in the landscape. At the same time, together with the Berlin group Animalesque, they work on the involvement with animal and human coexistence through teaching and exhibition projects.

From August 26 | 2022
Tuesday to Sunday | 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Pacífico Exhibition Hall | Level -3
Limited capacity
General admission: $3000 (includes access to the exhibition: Observed Nature: Art and landscape)
Students: $1500
Agreements: $1500

Friends of CCLM: Free access
Childrens under 12 years: Free access
People over 60 years: Free access
Tuesday entry free upon reservation here

© Proyecto Invernadero. Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira.