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    conjuro de ríos

    Este el video-catálogo de la exposicón “Conjuro de Ríos” del Museo de Arte de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, la tercera entrega de la serie de exposiciones Selva Cosmopolítica, curadas por María Belén Saez de Ibarra. Dirección y producción: Diana Rico y Richard Décaillet Cámara: Richard Décaillet, Yann Deacumont y Gael Keshet Edición: Gael Keshet

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    Apr. 25 2019
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    John Cage

    Here you can access some of the 64 digital hexagrams that make up the Cage I-Ching, catalog of the John Cage exhibition, curated by the Art Museum of the National University of Colombia and Nova et Vetera.






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    Apr. 17 2019
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    Encounter of the Elders

    ¿Qué es Predio Putumayo? Predio Putumayo es el resguardo indígena más grande de Colombia, con un territorio de casi 6 millones de hectáreas de bosque Amazónico.  En este resguardo habitan varias naciones indígenas, que hablan diferentes lenguas como los Uitoto (Murui), Mirañas, Boras, Andoques, Ocainas, Muinanes, Nonuyas, además de estos también se encuentran poblaciones pertenecientes […]

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    Apr. 10 2019
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    Garden of Vision

    Sacred Coca is the first episode of the Series “Garden of Vision” an interactive Virtual Reality (VR) cinematographic documentary series, an immersive journey towards remote destinations of the Americas and of human consciousness arriving to the heart of indigenous rituals with sacred plants. Each episode is an ethnographic and spiritual exploration into the fascinating cultural origins of some controversial plants and their roots in ancient indigenous cultures. VR is the perfect medium to intimately transport users and expand their perceptions of the medicinal and ritual use of Coca, Tobacco, Peyote, and Ayahuasca in their territories of origin.

    Sacred Coca will take us in an expanded journey into traditional communities in the amazon and in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, to witness how people still keep alive a 14,000 year old tradition that involves an intimate relationship with this magic plant. We wish to explore the alchemy between cutting-edge technological tools, non-linear narratives and inaccessible ancient knowledge, to create profound transformative experiences in the viewer.

    Garden of Vision Demo was shot in the Colombian Amazon with the support of the 2017 Colombia – Canada (CMF) NEW MEDIA FUND and the strategic alliance between 4Direcciones and Deep Inc. Canada .We wish to go further and study the possibilities and power of experimental documentary and the natural surrealism of the subjects by using mainly multi-branching techniques and 360 spatial sound design.

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    Apr. 10 2019
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    PickPockets, antes Fresh, es un largometraje de ficción producido para Netflix por 4direcciones, RCN Cine, Fullhouse y el director británico Peter Webber. La idea y el guión fue un desarrollo conjunto que empezó en 2010 con varios colaboradores como Roberto Rubiano, Sandro Romero, Santiago Mitre y Alejandro Fadel. Para nosotros fue la posibilidad de incursionar […]

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    Jan. 23 2018
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    The Origin of the Night

    The Origin of the Night is an interdisciplinary collaborative work directed by 4Direcciones (Richard Décaillet and Diana Rico), which is born from an investigation in different sound archive sources of some indigenous nations of Colombia: Andoque, Murui (Huitoto), Tatuyo and Barasano, Wayuu. Kogi and Tubú. The collection of archives found in public and private collections was activated in a sound studio with traditional indigenous authorities from sessions of listening and recording of new pieces and materialized in an immersive sound installation that was mounted for the first time in the main gallery of the Museum of Art of the National University of Colombia, as a central piece of the exhibition The Origin of the Night (September 13, 2016 – April 30, 2017). The commission of the project, in charge of María Belén Sáez de Ibarra, Curator of the Art Museum and Director of the Heritage of the National University of Colombia, is directed and carried out by the group 4Direcciones, Diana Rico and Richard Décaillet and started with the establishment of a team of permanent advisers who supported and guarded the entire work process. They are Reynel Ortega, Payé and Curator of the World of the community of Puerto Ortega in the Pira Paraná River, Vaupés Colombia, Reynaldo Giagrekudo Traditional Murui Authority of the Predumyo Amazonas, Hernado Fisiao Andoque Cantor and Tardic Authority Andoque de Araracuara, Carmen Vicente, Medicine Woman of Ecuador, Stephen Hugh Jones Anthropologist of the UK author of “La Palma and the Pleiades” and Jon Landaburu Basque Linguist based in Colombia. The production team also includes the musician and composer Miguel Navas, with whom he recorded, edited and produced the entire piece in studio for 12 months. The assembly and specialization in the theater was supported by Juan Forero, musician and sound engineer.

    The Origin of the night is an allusion to the myth common to some Amazonian nations, built from sound episodes found in archives and recorded in studio using narrative structures typical of mambe circles, where the stories of the origin and their relationship with the present, of ritual dances of transit of seasons and of the work of “Healing of the World” in which the territory is renamed from constant recitatives in a structure of call and response.
    The common challenge was to create a sound longhouse, invisible but real Maloca (longhouse), where various indigenous territories and their custodians would meet; The common purpose was to “cure” the space so that those who attend and listen to it can have a transformative experience based on sound. To heal means at the same time and among other things: to clean, to renew, to travel with thought a territory, to remember, to bring to memory a sacred place, to ask permission to the spiritual owners of a place to relate to it and to activate with a song the relationship original with a place. Each sound booth corresponds to specific and specific places within this house represented in each of the booths that support the structure of the Maloca The Payés, Kumus or Traditional Authorities travel luminous and dark worlds at the same time and thus “clean” the time that passed and prepare the way for the one that follows. In the case of The Origin of the Night, the sounds give an account of the dialogue between the jungle and the urban and seek to heal communication between our worlds.

    The information about the Sound Installation, images and press can be found in this microsite:


    photos: Richard Décaillet

    photos of the exhibition: Renata Bolívar

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    Nov. 18 2016
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    Juan Fernando Herrán

    Video de la exposición “Flujos Deseantes” del artista plástico Juan Fernando Herrán para el Museo de Arte de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. promo

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    Jun. 21 2016
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    Grabación en estudio y en vivo de Supernatural Love, el regreso triunfal de Sidestepper.

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    Jun. 20 2016