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«This is the story of a place told by the things that happened, by the people who inhabited and still inhabit the space. But also by the places they never got to know and nevertheless persist as an insomniac memory. There, the past, present, and future intertwine with fiction, with the margins of the possible, with unfulfilled promise, illusion, and failure, with resilience and uprooting. Objects, sounds, planes, machinery, sensations that converge beyond imagination and memory…».

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The Cuban Atomic Era: A Ghost Living in the Landscape