2013 Commission for Museum for Memory and Human Rights, Santiago, Chile. Projection mapping on copper plates - 150m x 30m.

Rostro involved the projection of dozens, hundreds, and at times thousands of independently moving faces onto the facade of the Museum for Memory and Human Rights - behind each of the faces was the photograph of a victim of the dictatorship. The piece was the largest art project installed during the week of remembrance, and represented a milestone in Chilean public art related to issues of memory, post-memory, and human rights.

"The Museum considered Kozak’s work to mark the beginning of a new age of young art in Chile, as well as the largest and most impactful piece to be developed by a member of the post-dictatorship generation." 

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