The transition from Josephine to Jose, a luminous process
In this project, in a collaborative way, Jose’ and I seek to explore his universe. Give an account of his sensitivity and how bright the path of gender change can be. In addition to understanding how he wants to see himself and show himself in front of the rest. Inhabiting their spaces and recognising them in visual terms allows us to be part of this journey that is expressed in their way of being-in-the-world.
Constanza Miranda explores the relationship between body, intimacy, physical spaces and loneliness.
Since the beginning of 2012 and up to the present, she had been researching a documentary group and foundation (www.mafi.tv). In 2015, she was part of a residence for artists in a rural commune of the country organised by the Government doing a photographic project trying to rescue the local identity through the active participation of the community. In 2016 she was selected along with 100 emerging artists from the country to participate in the FAXXI visual arts fair. During 2018 she made 3 exhibitions in the UK. Manchester - Leeds and the Liverpool Art Fair and she hopes to expand her career to different places in the world. 2019, 2020 and 2021 she showed her work in Chile, the USA and UK in group exhibitions.