Unscripted depictions of a house | Rodrigo Valenzuela Jerez


Unscripted depictions of a house  is a publication that records a project devised by Rodrigo Valenzuela Jerez, which consisted in inviting a group of artists, photographers, and documentary makers to depict a specific house imposing only one obstruction: not to represent architecture as a fetishized fixed reality.

Between 2017 and 2023, the group documented the house in its different stages: from its construction, moving, and initial occupation to the dynamics of use by the family under lockdown. Thus, through the lenses of Bárbara Oettinger, Bruno Salas, Diego Grass, Emilio Marín, Francisco Jullian, Luis Correa, Macarena Álvarez, Sebastián Mejía and Naranja Publicaciones, the house became a study and experimentation field.

In 2021, barco gallery hosted a conversation sparked by the exhibition of the project in Santiago, Chile. The text in this publication is a remix of that conversation, edited by Bárbara Rozas.

$20,000 Pesos chilenos (CLP)

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Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 28 × 22 × 1.6 cm

Project by: Rodrigo Valenzuela Jerez

Collaborators: Macarena Álvarez, Luis Correa, Diego Grass, Francisco Jullian, Emilio Marín, Sebastián Mejía, Bárbara Oettinger, Bruno Salas and Naranja Publicaciones.

Design: Sofía Garrido

Tecniques: off-set printing

Format: cardboard folder with 4 publications and 1 poster inside.

Publisher: Ediciones Academia Espacial – Núcleo Lenguaje y Creación UDLA – Naranja Publicaciones

Dimensions: 28 x 21,5 x 1,6 cm

Print run: 250 copies

Language: Spanish – english

ISBN: 978-956-8695-46-0

Year of publication: 2024

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