What remains for us to talk about

The installation False Flag will be part of the exhibition What we have left to talk about at the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago, Chile. Within the framework of the 50th anniversary of the coup d'état in Chile, this exhibition proposes a display of alternative narratives, dialogues and reflections on the memory of the dictatorships in Chile and Spain based on works by contemporary artists from both countries. The exhibition is a a sounding board where the elements of the present, the past and the prefiguration of the future reverberate in a framework that challenges our own configuration of the world and leads us to continue acting from new spaces of meaning.

Artists: Núria Güell (ESP), Irene de Andrés (ESP), Alán Carrasco (ESP), Mauricio Toro Goya (CHL), Celeste Rojas Mugica (ARG-CHL), Lorenzo Sandoval (ESP), Alexis Díaz (CHL), Amaia Molinet (ESP), Eriz Moreno (ESP), Art al Quadrat (ESP), Carolina Astudillo (ESP-CHL), Claudio Correa (CHL), Iratxe Jaio + Klaas van Gorkum (ESP-NLD), Manuel Correa (COL-ESP), Oficina de investigación documental (ESP), Fernando Sánchez Castillo (ESP), Marco Godoy (ESP), Noelia Pérez Sández (ESP), Paula Rubio Infante (ESP).

Curating: Soledad Aguirre (CHL).

The Mondriaan Fund has generously supported our participation in this exhibition.

23/11/2023 – 07/04/2024
Opening: Thursday 23th of November at 19h
Museum of Memory and Human Rights
Matucana 501
Santiago, Chile