By Sebastián Hacher and Mariana Corral
In his first exhibition, the journalist and non-fiction writer Sebastián Hacher advanced a new gender: embroidered journalism. He colored and embroidered recently discovered photographs that document the aberrations suffered by native people during the expansion of the Argentine borders. Alongside the images, the exhibition presented a long, exquisite chronicle of the process, published simultaneously at Revista Anfibia. A second part of the exhibition completed the attempt to restitute the soul of the Mapuche, by means of a journey to the South in the company of Mariana Corral, member of the renowned collective GAC, which resulted in two sound and video works.