Secuencia - Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira
Venues: University City; Institute of Architecture, Design and Art; Ciudad Juarez Art Museum; Bombardier Recreational Products Plant 1; BRP Plant 2

Project Supported by Project Supported by the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA) and Patronato de Arte Contemporáneo

Throughout his artistic work, Máximo Corvalán-Pincheira has developed a series of reflections on collective memory and trauma, addressing political and social events in the recent history of Latin America, realities from which he has problematized the concepts of identity. , life, disappearance and state violence, questioning the truth.

In Secuencia, the artist presents us with a series of graphic works under the idea of recognition through nuclear DNA analysis, an identification method used to find people who have died violently, where everything possible has been done to remove any evidence of identity. The artist touches on cases as diverse as the fall of the Twin Towers, a fact that meant the injection of resources by a country of the so-called First World, which allowed recognizing by this method with 99.9% assertiveness its victims, dictatorships of the Cone South, the search for the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa and the cases of femicide in Ciudad Juárez, an area of high political tension, where the exhibition takes place.