Alejandra González

Alejandra holds a degree in archaeology from Universidad de Buenos Aires, where she worked for several years as lecturer of social anthropology. Since 2002, she has been part of a research team investigating rock art in northwest Argentina. Every year she travels to Salta and Catamarca to do fieldwork, which includes photography, filming, and drawing. As a photographer she works in collective projects doing family photography reconstruction. Additionally, she is interested in found photography, public archives, family photograph albums, and photo books. She teaches pinhole photography at Devoto University Center with the Devoto Penitentiary Unit. Recently, she worked with Agustina Triquell to create the photography project Asunción Casa Editora.

Alejandra González

SIT Study Abroad

Program Assistant

ARGENTINA: Argentina: Memory and Social Activism Through the Arts

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