Soledad Fátima Muñoz is an interdisciplinary artist, cultural worker and researcher born in Canada and raised in Rancagua, Chile.Her work seeks to explore the ever-changing social spaces we inhabit and the archival properties of cloth. Through the investigation of the materiality of sound and the understanding of the woven structure as the continuation of our interconnected social gesture, her practice seeks to fabricate embodied instances that participate in the construction of a more equitable society and the creation of new archives of resistance. Her latest collaborative audiovisual project entitled “La Parte de Atras de la Arpillera''features a collection of interviews with Chilean textile workers whose experiences stitch together the country’s history of resistance.

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