Mani Kati ~Yarise Tuayire
Strengthen the care of life and nature through art and ancestral and digital technologies.
“From indigenous knowledge is the graphic and visual and sound representation that life has, with multiple meanings from the emergence of humanity. This knowledge was created by the natural being called Warimi, who began to create the colors of the butterflies, the different figures of the fabric of the ritual elements and the malokas. As head of a grup of young indigenous art & technology group, I am interested in mixing the technologies of the two worlds to apply the relationships that can work the 2 thoughts at the same time to be able to level the technological thoughts from the indigenous to the outside world and equally they towards us, for what we are with the intention of continuing to take care of our cultures and to strengthen ourselves more by making good use of Western technologies.” Miguel Nuñez, Makuna indigenous
Dagoberto Nuñez kubu elder Makuna and Miguel Ivan Nuñez his son, represent a young group of art and technology indigenous Makuna, Pirá Paraná river Makuna ethnic group, community of Santa Isabel of the Indigenous Association of ACAIPI. Since 2016, we are a group of young people guided by the elders at the river, as well as the anthropologist Stephen Hugh-jones, the artist Bárbara Santos https://cuencodecera.org/ and the artist Eugenio Tisselli http://ojovoz.net/ as guests/friends at this project to deepen these reflections on art and technology from ancestral knowledge.