Valparaíso, Chile
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BIOGEOART

GeoHumanidades y (Bio)Geografías Creativas abordando la sustentabilidad y co-conservación a través de “Inmersión Rizomática”

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PUCV academics and Biogeoart researchers participate in the International Geographical Union book, edited by Springer

“Global geographic heritage, geoparks and geotourism: geoconservation and development” is the title of the book of the International Geographical Union IGU, edited by the prestigious Springer publishing house, in which[…]

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Outdoors: childhood, spatiality and nature in times of pandemic. Column of Susana Cortés

Susana Cortés Morales, a specialist in childhood studies from anthropology, shares her column written for El Mostrador.

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XIV Tsonami Sound Art Festival 2020

At its XIVth meeting, for reasons of public knowledge, the festival took place through a broadcast channel that is Radio Tsonami. Between December 11 and 21, the XIV edition of[…]

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What is BioGeoArt?

Anillos Project that seeks to explore in depth the relationship between human beings and nature in Chile, and propose co-conservation actions. The methodology has been called «Rhizomatic Immersion», and it focuses on:

APPLY

Apply affective governance in the design of co-conservation strategies based on innovative methodologies to support the development of ecological literacy;

EXPLORE speech

Explore (through discourse analysis), the current dominant discourses on the relationship, nature-person to propose new discourses that support cultural change;

EXPLORE expressiveness

Explore non-human languages ​​through the analysis of territorial expressiveness, sensitive landscapes and trajectories, soundscapes and performative acts (building ecological literacy to create a new cognitive atmosphere);

QUESTIONING

Question traditional governance schemes and reflect on the scalability and replicability of this methodology within the framework of biopolitics, cosmopolitics and GeoHumanities.

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Associated Laboratories

We work with laboratories moving around the territory, spreading knowledge and the desire to learn from nature, specifying the theme with activities together with the communities.

Aconcagua Fablab

Laboratory of manufacturing and public and direct university action in the territory, which opens the interest of people to “learn by doing” with new means of manufacturing to create and undertake from wherever they are.

Territorios Alternativos

Research laboratory of the Institute of Geography of the PUCV, works in areas of social and cultural geography, in intersection with Latin American critical thought, libertarian thought and decolonial studies.

Qualilab

Workshop on analysis, production, experimentation and reflection on the possibilities and expressions of qualitative methods of social research, addressing the challenges of interdisciplinary work and border issues.

BioGeoLabs

Laboratory that aims to advance the knowledge of biogeographic patterns and processes in Latin America, as well as the sustainability of agroecosystems and territories.

Partners

Organizations together with which we carry out different activities such as workshops and seminars

RURAL SCHOOL

Teniente Julio Allende School, an inclusive educational community, committed to the environment, the appreciation of local heritage and high expectations for quality; In the context of a new rurality, it promotes attitudes for sustainable development.
BIOTA MAULE

The Biota Maule refuge is an education, research and ecotourism center, belonging to the Ayacara Foundation and administered by Bioma, which promotes the conservation of the valuable Maule Ecosystems, through sustainable development.
MUCAM

The Museo Campesino en Movimiento is an O.N.G. whose main mission is to preserve and encourage social development strategies around the rich and diverse rural world of our country based on interdisciplinary work.
LA ERA WORKSHOP

Interdisciplinary group of professionals, whose mission is to promote knowledge of the environment to local communities, through instances of reflection, research and dissemination of natural and cultural phenomena that characterize said environment.

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