Watersheds | La Linea Divisoria de las Aguas
With the collaboration of the Ticuna elders of the “Amazon Triangle” where Colombia, Peru, and Brazil meet, this intercultural exchange is an investigation of the people that have travelled the water routes from North to South America.
To read more of Lead Artist Beatriz Pizano’s exchange in the Amazonic triangle, CLICK HERE.
what I learned from a decade of fear
Space, story, and social control in a culture of fear. In our need for security, how are our changing priorities changing us?
Using security cameras and confined spaces as a medium of communication, our core team of Beatriz Pizano, Ame Henderson, Trevor Schwellnus, and Lyon Smith, with design researcher Margaret Kraweka, is building a set of situations to explore our contradictory need to change the world for the sake of preserving it.
Roca just arrived in Canada and will not leave her new home without her suitcase. Is she afraid of something? What’s in there?
(Don’t tell: it’s her grandmother).
A new play by Beatriz Pizano for Young Audiences created with the support of Roseneath Theatre.
Freidel’s Refuge (El Refugio de Freidel)
Liliana looks at her own experience as a Colombian refugee through texts from her director, the controversial Colombian theatre-maker, Freidel, who was brutally assassinated in Medellin in the early 90’s.
A collective creation by Liliana Suarez Henao and Beatriz Pizano.
Using various disciplines of storytelling – direct address, narration, dance and experimental film, Carlos Gonzalez-Vio intends to challenge the way we experience the adaptation of the written word. Cortázar’s words reveal to us the possibility of interaction of parallel dimensions with the one we have come to accept as absolute. Directed by Heather Braaten.