Aysén Profundo is an interactive documentary and multimedia that through videos, texts, audios, and images takes us to Patagonia’s homes and workshops. This trip through the region reveals the secrets of trades and traditions, the hand of those who still struggle to live the way their land taught them.
Aysén Profundo was financed by the Regional Fund for Culture and Arts of Aysén and sponsored by UNESCO. It was finalist for the “One World Media Award” in London in 2013, and nominated among the three best Latin American projects in the “Deutsche Welle International Journalist Award” (2013).
Aysén Profundo was created with the collaboration of Claudio Vergara (Edition), Cristian Saldía (Graphic Design), Rodgers Hermosilla (Programming), Mauricio Osorio (Anthropologist Guide), and Leonardo Ocqueteau (Journalist).
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To access the different themes choose a place on the map.
To access the documentary multimedia resources, click on the icons marked on the panoramic photograph.
To return to the main map, click on the “aysenprofundo” link in the upper left corner.
Philine von Düszeln is Audiovisual Communicator, with studies of Scenography and Anthropology in Spain, Switzerland, Argentina, and Germany. Pablo Ocqueteau is a Designer and Photographer, trained in Spain, Argentina, Germany, and Chile. Together they create interdisciplinary projects in multiple formats and media that link image, identity, and materiality. They currently live and work between Berlin…