Santiago Sepúlveda is an audiovisual designer, documentary photographer and graphic narrator. His subject results from different ways of doing. The image as gravitational center. As magnetic fields, the forms of action-relation of design and of observation-documentation of science.
He has worked with the Science Faculty at Universidad de los Andes to connect creative and design processes to science editorials. Since 2012 he has explored photography in its different forms: from the exploration of the photographic medium itself to documentary projects in Colombia and Peru, on issues of natural resources and the economy of precariousness. He has studied the city of Bogotá focusing on urbanity and its particular ways of commuting and habitability. In Barcelona he has used the intersection between photography and design to explore migration and farming.
He currently explores hyper-descriptive post-photography: the transition to the three-dimensionality of the image with tools such as photogrammetry and Nerf (Neural Radiance Fields), and the relationship that people have with the image as a testimony of reality.