I thought it was a good opportunity becuase she is finalising the details of her long awaited Chilean Hamlet where she uses elements of what Jacques Derrida and Mark Fisher called as hauntologie, a methodology that allows us to set a series of genealogies where mourning becomes productive and the lack of future presents an opportunity to rethink the present. In the first part we saw how her Chilean Hamlet aims at realising the ideals of the Avant Garde unifying very private issues with public ones. It is also the long awaited return of aesthetics as a decisive component of art making. The issue of desaparecer as a condition of existence in our cultures and how much the value of such a word has changed. Back then, to go missing meant horror, today it is a privilege of a few.
A main conclusion of the first part was that, language cannot be thought as ornamental or mere discourse but must always say and mean something.
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