Voluspa Jarpa

  • Voluspa Jarpa’s work is based upon a meticulous analysis of political, historical, and social documents from Chile and other Latin American countries, which she uses to develop a reflection on the concept of memory. Specifically exploring many facets of the cultural notion of trauma, her work might be seen as a subtle and covert examination of history, its subjectivities, constructions, and still-unresolved mysteries. Her work addresses such subjects as displacement, insecurity, abandonment, and destruction, and the means of representation of the pictorial image that represents these subjects in history.

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Voluspa Jarpa’s work is based upon a meticulous analysis of political, historical, and social documents from Chile and other Latin American countries, which she uses to develop a reflection on the concept of memory. Specifically exploring many facets of the cultural notion of trauma, her work might be seen as a subtle and covert examination of history, its subjectivities, constructions, and still-unresolved mysteries. Her work addresses such subjects as displacement, insecurity, abandonment, and destruction, and the means of representation of the pictorial image that represents these subjects in history.