Guillermo Tejeda's research while affiliated with University of Chile and other places

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In the second half of the 20th century the French group Oulipo defended the profession with great lucidity. They rejected the idea of genius as the engine of creativity, and put their faith in the factory (or the worker): we can all learn to make art. A workshop, a space for exploration, sets out with similar assumptions: one learns by doing, learn...