An idea is suspended in the air: the world will be a different place after the viral crisis. But before we get to that after, we still have to get there. We are in the in-between. The uncertainty of the in-between is the moment of mutation. In the Chilean case, this experience overlaps with an unprecedented social and political unrest: the mutation of the constitutional regime that has sustained the country since the 1973 coup d'état.  This in-between where local political transformation is overlapped with the global transformation, is the core of the Mutations program developed by Universidad Austral de Chile. Located in an incomparable natural and cultural ecosystem in the city of Valdivia, the Universidad Austral de Chile (UACh) is among the top five universities nationwide and the first regional university in the South of Chile.  Our program includes four activities that will present the city's ecosystem and the southern macro-zone of Chile, in relation with historical, cultural, ecological and political mutations. Artistic proposal includes eight works which address mutation as an internal condition of art: the place of theater in a world that is crumbling, landscapes of inorganic objects, iterations in domestic space, the boundary between nature and economy, the oral memory of womens in confinement, the urban bodies crushed by the violence of the political revolt, the spectral sound of social claims, and the archeology of the technological mutation in Chile. Seismographs of the in-between, these works are unfinished processes determined by the mutation.