Camila Marambio is a PhD candidate in Curatorial Practice at Monash and received her MA in Curatorial Studies from Columbia University as well as a Master of Experiments in Art and Politics from Science Po in Paris. She was previously the Artistic Director at Centro Cultural Matucana 100 in Santiago, CL, curator in residence at Kadist Art Foundation, and has organized exhibitions at De Appel arts centre in Amsterdam and Exit Art in New York. She is the founder and director of the nomadic research program Ensayos, which focuses on the political geography of Tierra del Fuego.
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Originally, I wanted to steer clear of speaking on behalf of the people and things whose stories I want to see televised, so I rejected the early suggestion by my advisors that I should write scripts to get the web series going. As I described in my previous letter to you, I argued instead for a more experimental process of ethnofiction filmmaking, advocating for casual interviews, playful reenactments and analytical editing techniques as my chosen methodology.