Audiovisual installation with selective projections on Andean looms
Year : 2011
Rimmaymapping, selective projection on completely white looms, prepared with traditional Andean loom techniques, each of the looms behaves like an independent screen, where sequences of recordings of tocapus are projected. Tocapus (textile writing that is read in Quechua and written by weaving) highlighting the idea of programming, that is, writing in code. The accompanying audio is a composition by Manrico Montero (Mexico), based on recordings obtained from radio transmissions in Quechua, in rural and urban places in cities such as Cochabamba and Sucre in Bolivia.