• Sound archive

APP RECUERDOS

By Rimini Protokoll

Germany | Chile

  • You can listen to the stories of AppRecuerdos from your computer or the mobile app

120 sound files in the center of Santiago. Subjective stories of what happened during the 70s and 80s.


App Recuerdos is a mobile experience connecting public areas with the memories inhabiting the city. This audio-tour takes over Santiago using more than 125 audio stories, activated by geopo-sitioning, between the Plaza Italia, La Moneda, Parque Almagro and the Central Market. The pedestrians-listeners are invited to walk through the streets, guided by a map that takes over the home of these historical citizens and subjects. The SonidoCiudad collective (Chile) and the Rimini Protoko-ll company (Germany) have joined forces for this project, searching for people with stories to tell about Santiago in the seventies and eighties.

Cast and crew


Dictectors: Mauricio Barría, Verónica Troncoso, Gonzalo Dalgalarrando, Stefan Kaegi, Aljoscha Begrich | Concept: Helgard Haug / Stefan Kaegi / Daniel Wetzel | Research, recording and editing: Mauricio Barría, Verónica Troncoso, Gonzalo Dalgalarrando, Javiera Bustamante, Valeska Navea, Marsida Lluca | Production, coordination and logistics: Marsida Lluca, Maitén Arns, Dorothee Schlüter | Consulting: Maitén Arns, Leicy Valenzuela, Sebastian Brünger, Volker Redder, Juliane Kiss, Christoph Bertrams | Platform: Udo Noll, Radio Aporee | Colaborators: Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos, Londres 38, Ex-Clínica Santa Lucía (Centro de Memoria), Radio Cooperativa, Asociación de Radiodifusores Chile ARCHI, Sociedad Chilena de Derechos de Autor SCD, Archivo Patrimonial de la Universidad de Santiago de Chile USACH, Cineteca Nacional Universidad de Chile, Roberto Andrés Artiagoitia, Arsomnis y Raúl Zurita | A co-production of: Goethe Institut, Pro Helvetia, Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes CNCA y Fundación Teatro a Mil | Mastering: Diego Bustamante Ovalle | Translation: Margit Schmohl y Jorge Ramírez | Thank you: Adrián Otárola, Ana Zeltzer, Angelina Vásquez, Antonio Kadima, Apolonia Ramírez, Benjamín Bravo Luengo, Carla Fischer, Carlos Cáceres, Christian Pérez, Cristián Navea, Cristian Pérez, David Añiñir, Douglas Hubner, Felipe Valdés, Francisco Maldonado, Freddy Low, Gonzalo Rojas, Gonzalo Rovira, Gregory Cohen, Hernán Valenzuela, IgorRosenmann, Iván Atencio, Jaime Cordero, Javiera Bustamante, Isabel Matte, Jeanette Yáñez, Jorge Atria, Jorge Muñoz, Jose Manuel Parra, José Soto, Juan Carlos Moraga, Juan Pablo Cárdenas, Juan Pablo Sutherland, Juan Valladares, Juanjo Parada, Julio César Parra, Lara Hubner, Lautaro Videla, Leonardo Casas, Lola Arias, Lorena Díaz, Manuel, Manuel Guerrero, María Emilia Tijoux, María Luisa Ortiz, Maritina, Miguel Ángel Romero, Mireya Danilo, Oriana Olivares, Oscar Knust, Paly García, Paola Miño, Patricia Clavel, Patricio Lanfranco, Pilar Cerda, Regina Soto, Roberto Mardones, Rodrigo Torres, Angelina Vasquez, Rolf Lüders, Rufin, Salvador Fernández, Samuel Houston, Sergio de Castro Spikula, Sergio Grez, Tania Medalla, Udo Noll, Viviana Uribe, Víctor Painemal, Yanko Rosenmann.

©David von Becker

Rimini Protokoll

The Company

Is a Swiss-German theater group made up of Stefan Kaegi, Helgard Haug and Daniel Wetzel. Since its creation in 2000, it has become known for its exploration of the concept of reality and for tackling its facets from unusual perspectives. Its projects mix theater, urban interventions and performance and it’s currently based at the reputable Hebbel am Ufer Theater (HAU) in Berlin. It’s been described as a ‘protagonist and founder’ of a new way of understanding and tackling reality from the theater, strongly influencing the young theater scene.

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