Waukikuna          Inty Muenala            Yauri Muenala

“AMAWTAY PACHA”  Time-Space of Andean Wisdom

Art-show

Address

114 West Kinzie Street.

Chicago IL. USA.

Exhibition

International Currents Gallery

John David Mooney Foundation

June 6 2018 – June 17, 2018

“Amawtay Pacha”

Time-Space of Andean Wisdom The Andean wisdom, cultivated through the duality of making and thinking, through practice along with failures and reflections, is an infinite way of expressing ones thoughts and interests by different kinds of languages. In each element of creation and encounter multiple discourses, knowledge, and creativity. Hence, Andean art interwoven with memories, spiritualities, and visions of the past, the present and the future making it possible to expand the dialogue and exchange the singular and particular knowledge with the world and its infinite environments.

“Andean art interwoven with memories, spiritualities, and visions of the past, the present and the future making it possible to expand the dialogue and exchange the singular and particular knowledge”

Inty Muenala Vega.

Visual Artist Unsplash

Inty Muenala,

has been a cultural representative of the Kichwa people and other indigenous communities. His art is characterized by a cultural and social vision, An art practice in the relationship between contemporary creativity and practices which are intercultural collaborative-message harmonies, and a peaceful co-existence between cultures. Native contemporary Installations minimalistic share between spiritual native soul and different media, to grab diferents medias like Tv, Internet, news Papers, radio station, to transmit the energy for the native american ceremonies. He has participated in various exhibitions and intervention artistic-cultural in local and international spaces such as: Russia, Italy, France, Canada, United State, Ecuador. Who’s Research is linked to issues of visual self-representation as historical, ethnic-cultural continuity strategies.

Yauri Muenala Vega.

Visual Artist Unsplash

Yauri Muenala,

Artist, audiovisual communicator and Cultural Activator of the Experimental Technology Research University Yachay Tech. Master of Visual Anthropology at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences, FLACSO headquarters Ecuador. An educated artisr who keeps the Nadine culture alive, he investigates the relationship between healthy art and intercultural collaborative practices. Participant and director of various artistic-cultural interventions in local and international spaces such as: Ecuador, Italy, France, United States, Brazil. His lines of research are linked to themes of visual self-representation as strategies of historical, ethnic-cultural continuity.
Paintings on canvas, mix media.

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