|PROGRAM 1 AURAND, SAMI, FANDERL, MUÑOZ|
Direction: Jeannette Muñoz
Excerpt of a work in progress since 2014. Puchuncaví, an area located at the Pacific coast northwest to Santiago de Chile, was a native american site, a southern terminal of the Inca road system. The name originally derives from Mapudungún and refers to the tradition of the native fiestas. This is in contrast to a more recent industrial development of the area that includes copper refineries, steam power plants and a lading port.