Soledad Muñoz likes living in the fringe. She doesn’t consider herself a Canadian, but she also doesn’t feel 100 per cent Chilean. She’s a knitter, a musician, a producer, a videographer, sculptor and one of the visual installation creators at Vancouver’s New Forms Festival.
Muñoz sat down for an interview with Guidebook a couple of days before the show on September 18 to talk about the visuals she’s working on, her girls-only record label and growing up as a child of exile.
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