Raúl Hott is a Chilean architect, artist, and educator that does work about the body, designing collective experiences for public spaces and natural environments. His projects are communal initiatives that invigorate democratic access to the arts and public life, injecting horizontal participation and vitality. He is an artist whose work spans architecture, sound, healing, choreography, writing, graphic design, and numerous other fields.
“Time. It has been just two months since I returned from Athens to Santiago, and I think the magnitude of this experience just begins to unfold in me. There are too many fundamental changes that I see in my person. In the same way, my comprehension of time is deeply affected. And so today I understand the need to stop, and by consequence, to rely on lived experiences.”