Integrated Researcher (without Phd)
industrial heritage, industry, infraestructure, hydroelectrical infraestructures, territory, representation, survey, contemporary architecture,
Eduardo Corales 
Architect Universidad Católica de Chile 
Architect at National Monuments Council in charge of interventions in heritage areas and historical monuments [2012 - 2015] after which begins its independent practice.
He has participated in conferences at the Goëthe Institut in Santiago de Chile and in the Master program of Cultural Heritage at the Universidad Católica de Chile.
Teaching at UNIACC Arch. School in Studio of industrial architecture with heritage value. 
Since 2014 he worked in a series of projects with a special attention in their preexisting elements and the exploration of new possibilities of use, centered in concepts like austerity, economy and authenticity, understanding the built context and its heritage value as key analysis elements in the development process of the city and the territory.
Since 2018 he works on POWERPOINT: audiovisual and graphic survey of portuguese large dams with EDP Foundation and DG Artes support.
Actually he works in Lisbon and Santiago de Chile.
research project at dinâmia'cet-Iscte
The project began from two main concerns.
The first one is the need to know and record one of the key infrastructures that enable and sustain our current way of life, work and entertainment, but of which paradoxically we have few images or records available. Our absolute dependence on images as a source of information, references or even as a new paradigm where they are stronger than the words*, is almost as proportional to our ignorance about where one of the main sources that supports its diffusion gear in the digital age comes from.
The second has relation with the modification of the territory and the ancestral dichotomy between country and city; between the built and the organic; the indomitable and the controlled. It is in this limit where a strong and ambiguous relationship is established at the same time**, understood as a geographical construction, where the man-made transformations blends with the natural features of a place.