Miradas Borrosas with Anna Boldt, 2019
The experimental project Miradas Borrosas by Anna Boldt and me uses artistic interventions to explore the reality of the inhabitants of the Colombian village of Ambalema in relation to their virtual representation on the Internet. In cooperation with the residents, forms of action were developed which allow an examination of local needs and perspectives and of the subject of temporality.
The different layers of the projects were a short story written by Anna and me, which the local news man Alfredo Martínez read out using a megaphone while driving through the village as well as photos taken in cooperation with the locals from the top of a movable tower. The result of the performance and interventions are documented in a short film that can be experienced in a spatial installation.
together with Anna Boldt // performer: Alfredo Martínez // acknowledgement: Santiago Reyes Villaveces, Salón Comunal, Tim Seger, Bill Raab, Casa Rat Trap, Rafael Augusto, Gallus Zentrum