David Corvalán

Corvalán studied at the University of Antofagasta and completed both his Masters and PHD at the Complutense University of Madrid, before moving to the Atacama Desert where he now lives and works. Known for employing slow yet meticulous creative processes, his use of discarded manufacturing materials has always been intended to highlight consumerist excess. In 2018, he was awarded Calama’s prestigious Gold Medal for Citizen Merit in Arts and Culture.

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Desértico II
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Hundred
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Desértico I
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Anathomy I
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Piedra I
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Desplazamientos II
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Heart
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Snail
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Trophy
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Two Stones
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Steel Stone
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Rainbow Stone
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Tongue
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Red Stone
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Antofagasta
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Black Flower
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Brote
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Folds of Memory
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Quiltra I Necklace
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Quiltra II Brazalete
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Parasite No. 7 Brooch
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De Reguer
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