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In this article, we propose the comparative study of two works that use videos of Venezuelan political opponent Óscar Pérez who was killed during a military raid. Romain Champalaune's film (The Life and Death of Óscar Pérez) and the website of the British collective Forensic Architecture question us about the future of user-generated content and the place of the artist and the researcher in the society of hyper-production of texts and documents. After introducing the Perez case and presentingdoi:10.26439/contratexto2020.n034.4866 fatcat:6wdclvs6sbhptoahd3b5hjajsa