Rodrigo Munzenmayer (CL) 

I am a park ranger in charge of research and public use in Karukinka Park. I have been there since 2011. Director of Tourism at Fundación Hach Saye since 2022. I love the biodiversity of Tierra del Fuego, especially its bird life and its ancestral culture.

Paula Urdangarin (CL)

An itinerant lawyer, she has lived in various parts of Chile (including Puerto Williams and Punta Arenas) and South America.
With experience in various areas of law, she is passionate about the relationship between people and their environment, the care of the environment and the promotion of clean energy.
She is currently a member of the Chilean Geothermal Council, to integrate and raise awareness of grassroots renewable energies (which do not require any injection of fossil fuels to operate).

Juan Carlos Solari (CL)

Audiovisual producer for 30 years, documentary work in the last 10 years, currently Director of the communications area of Fundación Prisma Austral, carrying out several scientific campaigns in the Southern Andes, and documentaries of the Magallanes region.

Iván Flores (CL)

Iván Flores Arancibia (1978) is an academic and director of the Instituto de Artes Visuales and Galería Réplica at the Universidad Austral de Chile. PhD in Philosophy from the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, and Master in Contemporary Thought from the Universidad de Valladolid, he is also in charge of programming and curatorial work at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo UACh Valdivia. His work lies on the frontiers between philosophy, visual arts, media and visual studies, cultural management, archiving, the body, new extractivisms, artistic research and creation. He has been an Erasmus Mundus ECW (2009-2010) and CONICYT (2011-2015) fellow, researcher at the Centro de Experimentación Artística La Escocesa (2019-2020), assistant professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (2012-2019) and curator at the Centro de Cultura y Memoria El Born in Barcelona (2019-2021). He has proposed curatorials at MAC Universidad de Chile (2022), Ars Electronica Austria (2020-2022), Galería Réplica (2019-2023), FIFVAL (2022). Has been principal investigator in several projects, including “Cartografías del Entre” (VIDCA 2021-2022), “Los Seminarios de Ronald Kay” (FONDART 2022-2023) and “Memoria Visual de Germán Arestizábal” (2022-2023). He has exhibited artistic creation processes such as “Arqueología de la mutación” (Austria, 2020) and “Lañilawal” (Austria, 2022). Editor of the Archivism project of Galería Réplica / Ecfrasis and Centro Cultural de España. Researcher responsible for institutional projects such as Archivo Regional de Artes, Los Ríos, I Etapa (2021), UACh-CECREA agreement (2020-2023), Fondo de Patrimonio Audiovisual 2023, Programa Territorios en Suspenso 2021-2023, Programa de Residencias MINCAP-UACh 2023. Has published in specialized magazines such as ARTNODES, the book-object Cronogramas de una revuelta (2022, Almacén Editorial) and is currently working on the books De la Metaxologia (Metales Pesados, 2023), Cartografías del Entre (Ecfrasis, 2023) and Diferencias tecnológica y happening extendido en Ronald Kay (Almacén Editorial, 2023).

Claudia Gonzalez (CL)

Claudia Gonzalez Vidal, Ursula Calderon’s granddaughter and Martin Gonzalez’s daughter, great connoisseurs of their culture. Traditional yagan artisan, I have traveled to national and international fairs exhibiting yagan culture. I live in the city of Puerto Williams, I am a member of the yagan community.

Robert Carracedo Recasens (ES)

Archaeologist specialising in hunter-gatherer societies of the Southern Cone of America and funerary practices. Graduated in Archaeology in 2014, Master in Prehistoric Archaeology and PHD in Prehistoric Archaeology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and the University of Cantabria. He is currently a Visiting Professor and Postdoctoral Fellow at the Universidad Austral de Chile, where he is developing research and exploration projects in the Pampa del Tamarugal and the Inland Sea of Última Esperanza.

Florencia Curci (AR)

She works in Buenos Aires as a curator, radio and sound artist. Her research is based on the notions of noise and rhythm as relative concepts that shape perception, communication and subjectivation. She is interested in cooperations and in opening spaces of encounter through sound and listening. Her work has been commissioned by the Centro Cultural Kirchner, the Cultural San Martín [AR], Medialab Prado [ES], Tsonami [CL], Aural Festival [MX], Kunst Radio [AT] and Mayhem [DK], among others. Florencia completed her studies in Expanded Music at UNSAM and completed the Artists Program at the Torcuato Di Tella University, and since 2017 she has been directing CASo – Centro de Arte Sonoro, a program of the National Ministry of Culture, within which Radio CASo operates.

Kerstin Ergenzinger (DE)

Is an artist working in the fields of installation, electronic arts/new media and drawing. Her works explore the sensory and conceptual relationships between the individual and its physical surroundings. By focusing on processes of perception, on technologies and strategies applied in spatial and mental navigation and the production of knowledge, she investigates the limits of human perception and our capacity to comprehend and interpret our environment. How do you move in the world, and how does that feel? How does your body relate to other bodies and to its surroundings, and how can you define the coordinates of our own position? In response to these fundamental questions, she develops in her works diverse points of view that play with the opposition between metaphorical distance and physical immediacy. Alongside her studio practice she is frequently involved in collaborative projects and research projects in other fields such as dance, music, film and science.

Fernanda Olivares (CL)

Fernanda Olivares is a Selk’nam woman, member of the Selk’nam Community Covadonga Ona in Chile. Nowadays she is (CEO) at Fundación Hach Saye, organization with headquarters in Porvenir, Tierra del Fuego, with the main focus area is to promote, strengthen and protect both Selk’nam culture and the Great Island of Tierra del Fuego.