Soñé Que El Paisaje Me Miraba -I Dreamt The Landscape Was Looking At Me
MAMBO: Museum of Modern Art Bogotá
I Dreamt The Landscape Was Looking At Me
in collaboration with Alex Czetwertynski
I Dreamt The Landscape Was Looking At Me is an optical device that invites the viewer on a hypnotic journey suspended between reality and fiction, personal and public. Three videos are projected on a triangular structure resting on soil, which partially covers the screens.
The visitor passes through a threshold of fique to enter the space, which is made following the traditional ancestral indigenous technique. It is created by Judith Torres Solís + Handcraft group Kunsamu. This visual device emphasizes entering into a new dimension while acknowledging that MAMBO is built on a Muisca territory.