About  HAWAPI

HAWAPI is an independent cultural association that takes interdisciplinary artists to specific locations to conduct research and produce interventions in public space. These encuentros take place in sites that are impacted by, and representative of, particular social, political, economic and environmental tensions. Providing artists the opportunity to work in these contexts, compels them to grapple with the complexities of the place, in order to better understand critical regional issues.

 

After the encuentro, HAWAPI creates opportunities for the artists to share their insights with the established contemporary art community in the form of public exhibitions, events, publications and conversations.

Máxima Acuña

2019

Pondores

2018

El Triángulo Terrestre

2017

Huepetuhe

2015

Pariacaca

2014

Pisco

2013

Cerro de Pasco

2012