HAWAPI 2018

Pondores

In November 2018, in its first edition in Colombia, HAWAPI took place in the Territorial Area for ​​Training and Reincorporation (Espacio Territorial de Capacitación y Reincorporación - ETCR) Amaury Rodríguez in the town of Pondores in La Guajira, Colombia.

The ETCR Amaury Rodríguez is one of the 24 spaces of this type that were established around the country as part of the peace agreement signed between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia on November 24, 2016. These provisional settlements were established in order to provide training and assistance to ex-combatants for their reincorporation into civilian life. The ETCR where HAWAPI 2018 took place is located in the Pondores locality in the department of La Guajira and has approximately 250 inhabitants, most of whom are ex-combatants of the FARC.

 

Between November 3 and 12, 2018, the 11 artists invited to participate in this edition of HAWAPI, stayed at the ETCR where they made a series of artworks and cultural activities that reflect on the peace process in Colombia and the current situation at the ETCR Amaury Rodríguez.

 

On February 16 2019 HAWAPI will present the collective exhibition "HAWAPI 2018 - Pondores" in Espacio El Dorado. The group of national and international artists who participated in HAWAPI 2018 will present original works developed in response to their experiences on location at the ETCR. The exhibition HAWAPI 2018 - Pondores, is curated by Andrea Muñoz.

An academic program, designed by anthropologist and curator Jenny Díaz, will run in parallel to the exhibition and will consist of a roundtable, a symposium, talks and a series of guided visits that will include the participation of various experts on the peace process, as well as members of HAWAPI 2018.

Participating Artists:

María Buenaventura - (Colombia)
Elkin Calderón - (Colombia)
Juan Betancurth - (Colombia)
Samuel Lasso - (Colombia)
Henry Palacio - (Colombia)
Adriana Ramírez - (Colombia)
Santiago Díaz - (Colombia)
Julieth Morales - (Colombia)
Camilo Leyva - (Colombia)
Ana Izquierdo - (Peru)
Hamlet Lavastida – (Cuba)

Alexander Hick (Germany)

 

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