(installation view) ‘ Tupungato’,  double slide projectors, slide film, color filter acetate, frosted plexiglass. Dimensions variable.  Each projector cycles through mirroring images of the Tupungato mountain peak, one of the highest peaks of the Andes and the point where my great uncle flew across from Chile. Half of the slides are filtered with color film acetate, so a clear view of the mountain can only be seen in ones own shadow or in that of an onlooker. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

(installation view) ‘Tupungato’, double slide projectors, slide film, color filter acetate, frosted plexiglass. Dimensions variable.

Each projector cycles through mirroring images of the Tupungato mountain peak, one of the highest peaks of the Andes and the point where my great uncle flew across from Chile. Half of the slides are filtered with color film acetate, so a clear view of the mountain can only be seen in ones own shadow or in that of an onlooker. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

  Via Ascensión (The Western Telegraph) , aged paper and ink in plexiglass frame. 10 x 12”  Fictional replica of the telegraph sent by Cortínez to the Chilean air force upon his arrival in Argentina after successfully crossing the Andes. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

Via Ascensión (The Western Telegraph), aged paper and ink in plexiglass frame. 10 x 12”

Fictional replica of the telegraph sent by Cortínez to the Chilean air force upon his arrival in Argentina after successfully crossing the Andes. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

 detail of  Via Ascensión (The Western Telegraph)

detail of Via Ascensión (The Western Telegraph)

 (installation view) ‘ Tupungato’

(installation view) ‘Tupungato’

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 (installation view) ‘ Tupungato’,  double slide projectors, slide film, color filter acetate, frosted plexiglass. Dimensions variable.  Each projector cycles through mirroring images of the Tupungato mountain peak, one of the highest peaks of the Andes and the point where my great uncle flew across from Chile. Half of the slides are filtered with color film acetate, so a clear view of the mountain can only be seen in ones own shadow or in that of an onlooker. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado
  Via Ascensión (The Western Telegraph) , aged paper and ink in plexiglass frame. 10 x 12”  Fictional replica of the telegraph sent by Cortínez to the Chilean air force upon his arrival in Argentina after successfully crossing the Andes. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado
 detail of  Via Ascensión (The Western Telegraph)
 (installation view) ‘ Tupungato’
CORTINEZ_06.jpg
CORTINEZ_07.jpg
 installation view
CORTINEZ_09.jpg
CORTINEZ_10.jpg
CORTINEZ_11.jpg
CORTINEZ_12.jpg
CORTINEZ_13.jpg
CORTINEZ_14.jpg

(installation view) ‘Tupungato’, double slide projectors, slide film, color filter acetate, frosted plexiglass. Dimensions variable.

Each projector cycles through mirroring images of the Tupungato mountain peak, one of the highest peaks of the Andes and the point where my great uncle flew across from Chile. Half of the slides are filtered with color film acetate, so a clear view of the mountain can only be seen in ones own shadow or in that of an onlooker. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

Via Ascensión (The Western Telegraph), aged paper and ink in plexiglass frame. 10 x 12”

Fictional replica of the telegraph sent by Cortínez to the Chilean air force upon his arrival in Argentina after successfully crossing the Andes. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

detail of Via Ascensión (The Western Telegraph)

(installation view) ‘Tupungato’

installation view

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