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Constitutional Therapy is a multimedia collaboration between the University of Bristol and Muchamedia. It tells the story of Chile’s Constitution as it undergoes psychological therapy, where through a series of regressions it eventually locates the origins of its trauma: in an authoritarian, dictatorial and exclusionary past, which it has to confront in order to be able to turn the page and begin a new life.

In Constitutional Therapy we are extending the research that we did together in Sound Stories in 2020, which led to The Burst of Things podcast. We reflect on the social uprisings through the stories of the objects involved, and how they represented social structures and ideologies as they disintegrated.

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Constitutional Therapy is a multimedia collaboration between the University of Bristol and Muchamedia. It tells the story of Chile’s Constitution as it undergoes psychological therapy, where through a series of regressions it eventually locates the origins of its trauma: in an authoritarian, dictatorial and exclusionary past, which it has to confront in order to be able to turn the page and begin a new life.

In Constitutional Therapy we are extending the research that we did together in Sound Stories in 2020, which led to The Burst of Things podcast. We reflect on the social uprisings through the stories of the objects involved, and how they represented social structures and ideologies as they disintegrated.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/12/2031/03/21