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TICKET INFORMATION
Rolex
On view Sep 10—17
Patrimonio Mestizo
Visual Art

MENTOR CARRIE MAE WEEMS
PROTÉGÉE CAMILA RODRÍGUEZ TRIANA

First US Solo Exhibition

 

Camila Rodríguez Triana’s new mixed-media work explores her identity as a Mestiza woman from Colombia: a heritage she received through her physical appearance but that was never taught to her and went unacknowledged among the White, Black, and Indigenous communities that did not recognize her as their own. Reappropriating elements of her denied heritage, Rodríguez Triana reconstructs the ancestral Andean cosmology of the Uka Pacha (where ancestors live), the Kay Pacha (or transitory world between birth and death), and the Hanan Pacha (or spiritual world of gods and animated nature).


Resiliencia

Old books about the colonization of America, golden thread, needles, earth and mud, wood, sound.

Songs Composed by Holman Álvarez, Camila Rodríguez Triana

Tsû-ta

Series of three color photographs with live sound.

Songs Composed by Roberta Ainstein, Camila Rodríguez Triana
Singer: Camila Rodríguez Triana
Sound Mix by Diego Voloschin

Cascade

Tree branches, blue thread, metal caps.

Cascade builders: Adrien Chauvin Picard, Camila Rodriguez Triana

Dignity

Wood door, tree branches, old clothes, green thread, sound.

Songs Composed by Roberta Ainstein.
Singers: Siem Kool, Margarita Gulian, Radana Kas, Nia Alexandria Watson, Heron Myth Watson, Yarrow Lenape Watson, Roberta Ainstein, Helena Guerrero, Camila Rodríguez Triana
Sound Mix: Diego Voloschin

Ofrenda

Video with stereo sound.

Video Operator: Freddy Sarria
Video Assistant: Sebastian Forero
Audio Designer: Carlos Segovia
Color Correction: Jose Espinosa


Special Thanks: Carrie Mae Weems, Atagun Iihan, Bree Jeppson, Doris Esperanza Triana, Oscar Muñoz, Sébastien Cabour, Juan David Velázquez, Kirsten Batten Leach and Emma Sommers.

Ticket proceeds from the Rolex Arts Weekend will support BAM’s Brooklyn Interns for Arts & Culture Program.

 
VENUE

BAM Fisher
Fishman Space

Sep 10, 3:30—8pm
Sep 11—17, 1—7pm

TICKET INFO
Free and open to the public
All performances will adhere to protocols developed in accordance with New York State regulations and in consultation with medical professionals for the safety of our artists, audiences, and staff.
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