We are a team of artists, journalists and creative creatures thinking and writing around Chilean identity and how it manifest in the US.
Chilean curator and cultural administrator based in NYC. After moving to Shanghai in 2013, she founded AL Works, a curatorial platform with a presence in Santiago and Shanghai. The mission was to promote Latino contemporary art outside Latin American countries and escape from the exoticism associated with it.
In her practice, she researches the works of Latin American artists outside their homelands, specifically on the relationship between identity and territory. From an anticolonial perspective, she explores how multidisciplinary forms can intersect.
Chilean, queer, theater artist and producer, based in NYC.
He has written ten plays, and directed sixteen shows, for different theater companies in Chile and the US. His shows have been presented in festivals in the US, Spain, Italy, Germany, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, and México.
In 2014, he founded Corredor Latinoamericano de Teatro, an international collaborative platform that works to bring Latin American theater to new audiences across the world. Since then, he has directed seven international theater festivals and participated as a speaker in festivals in America and Europe.
Camilo Salas (Santiago, 1983) is a New York City-based Chilean Journalist, Producer, and film photography Aficionado. At 19 he co-created Disorder.cl. After getting a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Social Communication he wrote for many newspapers, magazines, and blogs back in Chile. Since moving to the US in 2013 he’s been employed by Vice, CNN, Spectrum News NY1, Domestika US, and his work has been published by Vice, Fohla from Brazil, El Universal from Mexico, Mic, and RVA Magazine, among others.