Let’s start at the end with the text that closes Providencia by the Chilean Alejandro Zambra. The author, who lives in Mexico City, felt the urge to visit his country after days of increasingly violent protests against the government due to economic inequality. The unrest eventually led to a curfew and the declaration of a state of […]
La Calle Abierta Como Un Sueño Hacia Cualquier Azar (The Street Open Like A Dream To Chance) documents the wanderings of Bolivian photographer Ignacio Prudencio throughout different areas of Lima. As a newcomer to the city, Prudencio purposefully got lost in the Peruvian capital to better understand it. The ensuing sequence is highly abstract, composed of unrelated images […]
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