"The witness" score by Pauline Oliveros; introduction by Manari Ushigua, version by: Cesar Ushigua, Antonio Ushigua, Diego Ushigua, Ipiak Ushigua, Nema Ushigua, Silvia Rodas, Ricardo Ushigua, from Llanchama Cocha, Sapara Nation, Amazonia

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #7: RIO CONAMBO (orillas) / CONAMBO RIVER (shores)

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #7: RIO CONAMBO (orillas) / CONAMBO RIVER (shores)

06.07.2021, Ecuador, Manari Ushigua, Archive of the future, Field Research, Soundscape, Workshop, Acoustic ecology, Deep listening practices, Ecology, Philosophy, Politics, Spirituality, Climate change, Healing, Human footprint, Listening as activism, More-than-humans, Wisdom keepers

 – LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION is an ecological and cultural document and also is a artistic base for future sound experimentations. – Quelle: ©Taller Sapara

The Amazon rivers are a complex network of life, spirituality and culture. The Conambo River crosses the Sapara territory. Soundscapes with different water scenes were recorded by TALLER SAPARA: Ipiak Ushigua, Ipiak Montahuano, Yataka Montahuano, Fabiano Kueva. LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION is an ecological and cultural document and also is a artistic base for future sound experimentations.

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Los ríos amazónicos son una compleja red de vida, espiritualidad y cultura. El río Conambo atraviesa el territorio Sapara. Los paisajes sonoros con diferentes escenas acuáticas fueron grabados por TALLER SAPARA: Ipiak Ushigua, Ipiak Montahuano, Yataka Montahuano, Fabiano Kueva. LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION es un documento ecológico y cultural y también es una base artística para futuras experimentaciones sonoras.

LLANCHAMA COCHA SOUNDSCAPE COLLECTION #7: RIO CONAMBO (orillas) / CONAMBO RIVER (shores)

A global message from Llanchama Cocha by Manari Ushigua, Sapara Nation, Amazonia

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