This photographic material from GraffitiPreBicentenario is special, because it is the last work he made of his more than 50,000 photos about graffiti in Chile. These photos were taken on September 17 in 2010, the last day of Chile’s pre-bicentennial, since the next day (September 18th) began the bicentennial, which will last until the year 2110 when the tercentennial begins.
This mural has a clear Hip Hop aesthetic, where music and dance are central. The hip hop style can be seen in the clothes, in the baseball caps, and also in the sneakers.
In the final right part of the mural, you can see how the plaster and stucco on the wall probably fell due to the earthquake of February 27, 2010 (it was magnitude 8 on the Mercalli scale in Angol), revealing the bricks.
Finally, the last two photos compare what the house was like in 2010 and how it looks now restored, painted and without any graffiti. The light pole and the metal bracket remain the same.
Salvador J. Seda – Angol – March 2021
Photographer: Salvador Seda
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