The 16-year-old was taking part in demonstrations against Chile's government in the country's capital, Santiago.
A state of emergency already in place in Santiago was expanded to other cities near the capital, and the government imposed a night-time curfew to tamp down the violence
Emma Allen spent hours in front of the mirror putting together this stop motion self portrait.
ReciclApp is filling a void in places where door-to-door recycling simply doesn’t exist.
Italian street artist Millo urges, “Nevergiveup.”
The young label is helping place the Chilean capital at the centre of the South American underground music scene.
In SUB.Culture:Cuba we learn how a few pioneering electroacoustic musicians and a younger generation of DJ/producers have bridged the island's gap between technology and electronic beats.
In the the third installment of the series, we head to Santiago de Cuba, to see how dance music’s path through the decades has resulted in the scene’s most vibrant moment.
In the economically devastated early 90s, DJs like Djoy de Cuba, Wichy de Vedado, and DJ Jigue, found catharsis in a new community of parties, clubs, and sounds.
The cost and inconvenience of getting online in Cuba is forcing its small but bustling dance music community to seek out creative ways to make beats.