¿CUÁNTO VIVEN LAS CASAS?
DANIELA UNGER

EDICIÓN OFFSET
NOVEDAD

ABSENTIA

DEMOLITION

THE EYE OF THE GLACIER

EXILES

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YOU ARE
DIEGO MORENO

SOBRE ESTE LIBRO

¿Cuánto viven las casas? es la historia de una etapa de desarraigo y falta de pertenencia tanto en el territorio como en un tiempo en que los vínculos de la familia de la autora se quiebran, dejando expuesta la fragilidad de la infancia de sus hijos, de su propia maternidad. El encuentro con el dramático territorio de Chile, entre montañas, la impactante cordillera andina, la fuerza del frío mar pacífico, los sismos e incendios constantes, un Chile marcado por la dictadura… mucho silencio y los extranjeros no somos bienvenidos. 

Pasar del desarraigo al vínculo con el lugar y territorio. El encuentro con un nuevo territorio y la pérdida de vínculos primarios durante la crianza en medio de temblores internos atravesados por temblores sísmicos constantes El territorio angosto (desierto, valles, lagos, bosques) delimitado por un lado el mar Pacífico y del otro la cordillera que cautiva y asusta a la vez: temblores, tsunamis, incendios… la historia de la dictadura siempre por detrás… mucho silencio y los extranjeros no somos bienvenidos. 
Through images and texts Diego Moreno narrates the complexity of his family history, one that is marked by disturbing cycles of domestic violence, machismo and attachment to the Catholic religion. This photobook, in the form of a family album, allows the author to construct a present to find his place in the world and reflect more deeply on the fragility and complexity of the human condition, and the hostile time in which we live. 

Huésped has been developed over six years, during which Diego has explored his own identity through an intense process of immersion in photography as a means of connecting with his family universe, creating and recreating scenes that allow us to enter into this complex fabric of relationships, while they are transformed into the same photographic act. Since the times of the Spanish Conquest, 

Chiapas has been a state of Mexico where diverse cultures coexist, where cultural and social contrasts are in constant tension. Mexico's border with Latin America, passage of undocumented immigrants, scene of the Zapatista struggle, place inhabited by indigenous peoples who keep alive the pre-Hispanic customs, the so-called "coletos" descendants of the Spanish, mestizos and foreigners, build an extremely complex social mosaic. 

DANIELA UNGER


Communicologist and photographer based in Mexico City. His professional work has been related to environmental issues, education and tourism. He has been editor and photographer of books, reports and publications on sustainability for companies and civil society organisations. As a photographer he has participated in 6 different solo exhibitions and 7 group exhibitions in Mexico and the United States. His book Playa Cero was selected as a finalist in the Book Dummy Award organised by La Fábrica and Photo London. In 2014 and 2015 he was selected winner by AI - AP Latin American Photography 3 and 4. He is currently an associate of Fundación Heel, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the recovery of plastics through campaigns and programmes benefiting coastal communities in Guerrero and Quintana Roo in Mexico. He is Director of Communications at the agency República de Todos, dedicated to providing consulting and communication services on sustainability issues.  





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Tamaño: 17 x 23 x 2 cm 
Número de páginas: 168
Impresión Offset 
Tiraje primera edición 200
Idiomas: Bilingüe: Español e Inglés
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