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Claudia Huenchuleo Paquien (She/Her) is a multimedia artist based in the city of San Francisco, California. Her work interrogates the way in which memory, culture and race function in relation to Indigenous contemporary identities. Her work reflects on feelings of sadness, nostalgia and dislocation to bring together narratives that interrogate the status quo and notions of diaspora, resistance, and colonialism. Her practice is not bound to a specific medium rather the ideas inform the material choices. Her process is often engaged with the archive and critical theory as resources to address reality.

Huenchuleo graduated from University of Concepción, Chile, with a degree in
psychology. She completed a Post Baccalaureate in Visual Arts at UC Berkeley Extension. She is currently a third year MFA candidate at San Francisco State University.

To learn more about Claudia’s work please visit their website
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