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Carla Macchiavello Cornejo

(Santiago de Chile, 1978) Art historian and educator based in NYC. Her research centers on Latin American contemporary art with a decolonial approach; networks of solidarity and resistance against fascist, patriarchal, and colonial systems of power; and art practices and experimental pedagogies aimed at social and environmental change. She has published articles and catalogue essays on the works of Cecilia Vicuña, Juan Downey, Francisca Benítez, Carolina Saquel, Ernesto Salmerón, Elkin Calderón, Gonzalo Mezza, and the transnational histories of the Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende (MSSA), including a monograph for the book Bajo una misma casa. Redes afectivas y solidarias entre Chile y Cuba (2023). Since 2014, Carla is part of the editorial duo CM2 with Camila Marambio, co-editing the periodical Más allá del fin/Beyond the End for Ensayos, a nomadic collective and research practice engaging in matters related to the political ecology of Tierra del Fuego. As CM2 she co-edited Turba Tol Hol-Hol (2023), which accompanied the Chilean pavilion at the 59th International Venice Art Biennale 2022. Carla is also co-editor of Dismantling the Nation. Contemporary Art in Chile (2023), with Florencia San Martín and Paula Solimano.