A seemingly small act of raising the subway fare was instead a symbol of the violence of Chile's social inequality. It brought millions to the street in protest, leaving looted cities, destroyed infrastructure, and 42 people dead during the first six months of manifestations. Lives taken as victims of police brutality, stray bullets, accidents, or fires, left families fractured but also forever changed the landscape of an entire country.
On Paisajes Invisibles, photography - and the photographer - came late to register the exact location of these tragedies, contemplating the inevitable passing of time through the light that we cannot see, and inviting us to reflect on how much memory a place can hold.
In progress, 2020