AYENAN / TERRITORIES OF WATER
In Kämsá language, AYENAN means the smallest particle of live, the one that starts life and make things possible.
Ayenan, or Territorios de Agua, is a documentary and filmic installation about how the Inga, Quillacinga, Siona and Kämsá people - indigenous from the Putumayo, in the south of Colombia - understand the concept of Territory and nourish their relationship with the land and the water-lands.
Ayenan is a journey upriver, from the river Putumayo to the Páramo fields, one of the three sources of the Amazon river and a sacred hydric home.
The installation contains various films made in collaboration with Felipe Castelblanco and the indigenous media collective Ñambi Rimai.