Join us for a live discourse between sound artist Nahun Saldaña Macedo (Lima, Peru) and special guest Manititaki (Quechua, Asháninka) as they discuss past, present, and future realities for the Asháninka peoples, its cultural implications, and connection with the arts.
Nahun will share the connections behind his work "El Armamento Sonoro del Ejército Asháninka 1980-2000" (currently on exhibition at Xapiri Ground) along with his experiences as a sound designer, living and working abroad. Also check out the artist Q&A to learn more.
Manititaki (Yerald) is of Asháninka and Quechua descent, born in the 'Comunidad Coca' situated along the Pichari River, in the Cusco region. He is an advocate for his native community and creates sustainable trade between the artisans and farmers with the marketplace. We are proud to open up this dialogue between these two visionaries.
This event will be held in Spanish.
Event Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pm | 9 October 2021
*Entrance Fee: 10 soles
Reservations can be made in person at the Xapiri Ground Gallery, Plazoleta San Blas 630. Also by writing to email@example.com
This event will follow all bio-security protocols.
*This is a Limited Capacity event of 30 people maximum. Tickets are first come first serve. Your payment serves as your valued donation to Xapiri Ground NGO and its projects.