Developed between 2020 and 2021, #queseacabechile is a solo performance for performer, an installation of cooking pots, projections and electronics. Through these various elements, the viewer enters a space that confronts him/her with a static body that varies between an offensive and defensive position.
The performance is based on the Chilean political context that emerged on October 18th, 2019, as a social outburst, which resulted in a series of human rights violations by the police and military. #queseacabechile attempts to represent the notion of collectivity from a single individual, and from the multiplicity of the pots, which derive from an act of protest known in Chile as “cacerolazo.”
#queseacabechile is a hashtag used by people in Chile to condemn different aspects of the social, economic and political situation in Chile. This name was taken as a title, because of the importance that social networks took at that time for the dissemination of police violence.