SON[I]A #302. Manuel Sanfuentes about Amereida and Ciudad Abierta Deleted scenes
- 00:01 Valparaiso: centre and periphery
- 03:00 In the Latin American context these things aren’t unusual. It can all happen: going out, drawing, naming.
- 05:57 An ascetic vision of Latin America
We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Chilean poet Manuel Sanfuentes about Amereida and Ciudad abierta that we were unable to include the first time around. Amereida emerged from a journey undertaken by a group of poets, architects, and philosophers from Tierra del Fuego to Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, in the course of 1965, and concluded with the collective and utopian project of Ciudad Abierta, in Valparaiso.