IJCH 2018 Vol.4(4): 84-87 ISSN: 2382-6177
doi: 10.18178/ijch.2018.4.4.127

The Landmine Project: How to Cross a Fractured Territory

M. R. Prieto, S. Melo, and P. Salas
Abstract—This paper challenges the role technology plays in mediating our landscape experience. In particular, how the underground landmines in the San Pedro de Atacama area in Chile are able to change the way the land is perceived. Promoting a transdisciplinary work, we will address the processes, questions, and contradictions in the production and exhibition of a visual research project.

Index Terms—Art, landmines, landscape, technology, territory.

M. R. Prieto and S. Melo are with Goldsmiths University, UK (e-mail: rosario@purodelirio.com, sebastian.melo@gmail.com). P. Salas is with Faculty of Arts, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile (e-mail: pfsalas@uc.cl).

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Cite: M. R. Prieto, S. Melo, and P. Salas, "The Landmine Project: How to Cross a Fractured Territory," International Journal of Culture and History vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 84-87, 2018.

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