This project investigates clashing territorial views in the Pan-Amazon region in the South West of Colombia and offers new aesthetic tools via Media, capable of opening new avenues for knowledge exchange, dialogue and inter-existence. Through participatory research and socially engaged art, this project explores the potential of an ethics of reciprocity and territorial bilingualism in order to safe guard vital environments and the lives of those risking a lot to protect the planet.

Tags: Climate change, Cultural Memory, Education, Global Cooperation, Open Access, Resilience, Social Cohesion, Territorial Rights