Mother Earth’s diversity is represented in a multimedia dance performance that encompasses a collection of images, sounds, and people’s insights. The techniques used are also an example of diversity, like working with stones and seeds in stop motion, and many high end digital techniques like interactivity and real time cloudpoint.

Trans people are central in the artwork, presenting their imaginary and artistic expression. This group is often marginalized and victimized in public spaces. Digital visualisation of ones inner garden (safe space) can help reduce cortisol levels during traumatic memories. The relationship to Self is cultivated inside and outside.

Video mapping in public space, invites the transformation of violence and indifference into a tribute to Mother Earth, which is an issue that concerns us all.

14-15 Oktober 2022, Event Animiert! Digitale Kunst in der Alten Feuerwache, Cologne

Animiert! Digitale Kunst in der Alten Feuerwache, Köln was funded by the Federal Government Commissioners for Culture and Media 2022.

1-2 July 2023, performance at Bonanzafest. Festival for Trans* NonBinary Art a floor and rear projection that conveys a sense of depth in a small and elongated auditorium. Dancer, Felix Gonzales Berrios. Photos by Fade Elias

24 July 2023, Performance at Meitner Saal (I + II) Max Planck Alumni Symposium 2023 / “The rise of social, economic and environmental justice,” Harnack House, Berlin. Foto David Ausserhofer.

Choreography and dance performance in Pachamama presentations by Felipe Gonzalez Berrios.

Project Concept, Multimedia, Music and Visual Programming by Kamalanetra.

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