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Son[i]a #326. Lucía Egaña.
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Son[i]a #326. Lucía Egaña.

We dig up some unreleased fragments of our conversation with artist, researcher and activist Lucía Egaña that we were unable to include the first time around.

Interview: Verónica Lahitte, Antonio Gagliano, Violeta Ospina and Anna Ramos. Production: Verónica Lahitte and Antonio Gagliano. Sound: fragmento of "CENEX. Enciclopedia parcial. 09 Minería Digital".

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