“Huelulcan + rehue” (Error + sacred place) is a Mapuche language in South America from the 16th century to the present. This series of digital intervened photography to represent social philosophy, technology and culture in Chile. As well as the history of the Mapuche people to recreate and reinterpret the absence of the recognition of the language “mapudungun” (etymologically of “man of the Earth”). Likewise, the value of Chileanness is lost through the opposite portraits and their own languages.

BY  Diego Bernaschina (CL)

Hard of hearing and multifaceted artist as visual artist, designer, teaching and independent researcher. Bachelor of Arts, Design and Education, Professor in Art and Design at the INACAP Technological University of Chile, Digital Graphics by the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC), Diploma in Aesthetics and Philosophy PUC, and Diploma of Art in Territorial Representation at the School of Architecture of the University of Santiago, Chile. He has received numerous awards and two scholarships. Since 2003 he has participated in several solo and group exhibitions, festivals and biennials in Chile and abroad.