The narratives and desires of migrants who arrive in the border town of Colchane, in the Tarapacá region on the Bolivian border of Chile, after their arduous exodus, are the starting point of the poetic confrontation of the documentary essay film "Constitución Nómada". At an altitude of over 3700 meters above sea level, the experimental use of sound and image deconstructs the process of Chilean constitution-making through the ideas of state, citizenship, nationality and sovereignty. The marginalized, as well as the non-state, are thus given creative expression. Working with the imaginary of the vast and empty landscapes of the Atacama, the desert serves as a stage for a still unwritten constitution of the nomadic self, creating a vulnerable space for the dreams and needs of the unheard; a polyphonic and symbolic political voice that echoes throughout the mountains, generating new resonances and alliances.



The project is currently supported by the Goethe Institut, the August Bebel Institut Berlin, medico international, European Alternatives, Agencia Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo and Connectas, a journalistic platform that promotes the exchange of information on key issues for the development of the Americas. Cooperation with organizations such as Coordinadora Nacional de Inmigrantes Chile, Migra Chile and Movimiento de Acción Migrante is fundamental to the project.


In order to continue the project, we rely on the support of many different actors. We are a small, interdisciplinary, transnational team, which has been working voluntarily for the project so far. Through your support we can ensure the post-production as well as the second shooting and the continuous work with the participants of the project.




kasia wojCik



Leandro Muñoz



Hans gotterbarm



Domingo Fernández

cinematographer &photography


Photography Exhibition

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Kasia Wojcik

Is an interdisciplinary dramaturg, curator and author, based in Berlin. Her main interest lies in the intersection of art and activism. She is part of the artist collective Staub zu Glitzer. Since 2017 she is working as a freelance dramaturge and curator for IIPM – International Institute of Political Murder/Milo Rau. Here, she was involved in General Assembly, The New Gospel and is currently co-curating School of Resistance,  an award-winning, multidisciplinary discourse series on strategies between art and activism for a solidary future. 

Aphorisms of Entanglement is Kasia Wojciks first poetry film created during her artist residency in Palermo.Together with the documentary filmmaker Jonas Brander and the musician Ruth Kemna, she created a philosophical approach towards being a political as well as living subject in the compromised reality of late capitalism. Kasia Wojcik is part of the feminist artist network Room To Bloom. Currently she is developing an interdisciplinary, hybrid exhibition format and an essay film called “Constitución Nómada”.

Leandro Muñoz

Born in Frutillar, Región de los Lagos, Chile, Leandro Muñoz Garcia studied arts pedagogy as well as Audiovisual Communication at the Instituto Profesional Arcos, producing and directing his first short films Olivia (2013) and Taxi (2014).  He has held positions in the area of directing, assistant directing, production, script and camera. His outstanding projects include documentary series and television programs such as “Desconectados” (2016), “Más allá de las olas” (2021) , “Reto plástico” (2022) “Me cachay” (2022) some of them awarded and financed by the Fondo nacional de desarrollo cultural y las artes (FONDART) and Consejo Nacional de Televisión (CNTV). In 2017 he created his production company LA NUBE CINEMA, where he currently directs and produces the Patagonian fiction series “Temporal” and co-directs the Chilean-German documentary “Constitución Nómada” in collaboration with the Goethe Institute. He is also currently directing and producing two children’s television programs.

Hans Gotterbarm

Chilean producer and communicator, with experience in media. In the last five years he has reported on the migration crisis on the border of Chile and Bolivia, as well as the abuses of criminal organizations that take advantage of the vulnerability of migrants who end up abused or abandoned in the middle of the driest desert in the world.

Domingo Fernández

Born in Santiago, Chile. He studied Law and Social Sciences for 4 years at the Central University of Chile without finishing his degree. After leaving, he entered the Arcos Professional Institute to study Audiovisual Communication, where he showed particular interest in the Direction of Photography.

Since adolescence he has been linked to analog photography, a discipline he learned through family tradition, which he later reaffirmed with formal studies through the International Master in Contemporary Photography at the Efti school in Madrid thanks to a scholarship granted by the National Council of Culture and the Arts of Chile.