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Every year approximately 50 femicides take place in Chile. Most of the killings were at the hands of a spouse or significant other, using domestic objects, bladed weapons or firearms. These cases take place throughout the country, although the majority occur in the capital city or in far regions of the south.
Each geographical location becomes a primary witness of these attacks and holds most of the details to each story, such as the weapons used, the family pictures, personal belongings, etc. What happens to these places and objects today? After months or even years of having witnessed such violent stories, what can they tell us through their changes or extinction? These are the places and things that can help us portray and reconstruct the stories of the victims.
Each triptych is a particular story of a woman who after her death from femicide, becomes just a number to the population and even for the government, who fails on protect the women who suffer this violence.
Elizabeth 50 She lived in an empty lot with her husband who beat her to death. Her body was found in an irrigation canal a couple of days later. Santiago, Chile. Laura, age Her clients and co-workers built an altar in her memory. Mireya, age Her boyfriend pushed her from their ninth floor apartment. She died instantly. He then tried to commit suicide by jumping off the balcony. He survived the fall. Gregoria 22 Stabbed by her boyfriend outside her home. Her family made an altar in the place.
Rosa 45 Stabbed by her husband. They both live together inside a handmade shelter placed in an empty lot. Ana Maria. Her husband stabbed two times with the knife that she owns and left her died in the corner where she uses to work. Vanessa 30 Beat up and burned by her boyfriend in an empty lot near her home. Antofagasta, Chile. Catalina 24 Shot in the head by her husband, after he telephoned home and lured her outside.