For the second issue of ,coma, art historian Ignacio Szmulewicz was invited to propose a topic to work on from an editorial perspective.
In the chilean context of a social revolution that exploded in October 18th 2019, which led to a historical referendum to decide whether to change the national constitution, Szmulewicz invited 19 artists to work on the idea of the "2/3" (supra-mayority voting system).
This collective issue, was "launched" one week before the referendum.
Fernanda Aránguiz , Carola Josefa Aravena, Sebastián Baudrand, Lidija Delic, Edgar Endress, Ana Rosa Ibáñez, Kurs Collective, Sandra Marín, Paulina Martínez, Dana May, Azra Neziric, Elvira Reymond, Celeste Rojas, Víctor Ruiz Santiago, Maria Verónica San Martín, Carolina Sepúlveda, Isabel Tapia, Carola Ureta Marín, Amalia Valdés.
Guest Editor: Ignacio Szmulewicz
Editor(e)s: Daniela Hermosilla, Jan Vormann
Design: Jorge González
Post-production: Luisa Rivera I.; Cristián Arriagada S.
Ignacio Szmulewicz Ramírez (Puerto Varas, Chile 1986) is an art historian specialized in modern and contemporary art, public art, Chilean and Latin American art. He has published the books Fuera del cubo blanco: lecturas sobre el arte público contemporáneo (Metales Pesados, 2012), Arte, ciudad y esfera pública en Chile (Metales Pesados, 2015) and El acantilado de la libertad. Antología de crónicas valdivianas 1977-1992 (Kultrún, 2015). He was Coordinator of the Visual Arts Documentation Centre of the National Centre for Contemporary Art (2017-2020). He is currently an art critic for the magazine La Panera.