Florencia Grisanti

Is a visual artist and taxidermist. She was born in Chile in 1983. She graduated in Visual Arts at the Universidad Finis Terrae in Santiago de Chile. Since 2005 she has studied Taxidermy under the supervision of the taxidermist Ricardo Vergara. Her studies have led to a specialization in conservation techniques at the Museum of Natural History in Paris. Since 2011, she has work as a freelance artist in this institution and undertakes various projects that combine art and natural sciences. Florencia has participated in various exhibitions, conferences and research projects in Chile and France, with institutions such as the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature and the Institut Pasteur. She currently works as a naturalist artist for the soon to open Natural History Museum of Martinique.



Tito Gonzalez Garcia

Is a visual artist and photographer. He was born in exile in France in 1977 due to the historical context of the Chilean dictatorship. He studied philosophy in Valparaiso and La Sorbonne before focusing on Fine Art. Much of his work is in the field of video art, participating in exhibitions, live performances and theatre. Since 2010, he has co-produced and directed three feature films, his Opera Prima, the fiction "Los Soles Vagabundos", a documentary filmed in Africa in the Sahara desert "The desert of the desert" (selected at the festival E Todo Verdade in Sao Paulo, edition of 2016 and FIC Sahara) and "Ser Soñado" a cinematic poem (a work of video art) presented at the Palais de Tokyo. In 2014, the latter was incorporated into the endowment of the audiovisual archives of the National Cinematheque of Chile.