Re-corridos (2003) Photo/Foto: HIDVL
  • Title: Re-corridos
  • Alternate Title: C'undua
  • Duration: 00:10:53
  • Language: Spanish
  • Date: Dec 2003
  • Location: Bogotá, Colombia
  • Type-Format: performance
  • Cast: Diana Triana, artist ; Martha Patricia Niño, artist ; Juan Carlos Dávila, artist ; Rolando Vargas, artist ; Catherinne Cely, artist ; Boris Terán, artist ; Diego Benavides, artist ; Lucas Maldonado, artist ; Javier Navarro, artist ; Germán Garzón, artist ; Nicolás Rico, anthropologist ; German Piffano, anthropologist ; Juan Carlos Vallejo, architect ; Enrique Afonso, photography ; Mauricio Esguerra, photography ; Carlos Benavides, composer ; Carlos Benavides, sound engineer ; Juan Pablo Pedraza, student ; Ana María Guio, student ; Lina María Sánchez, student ; Alejandra Millán, student ; José Ignacio Forero, staging ; Alirio García, staging ; Hector Guerrero, staging ; Diego Alberto Olarte, staging ; Giovanni García, staging ; Andrés Pedraza, staging ; Lorenzo Aguillón, staging ; Javier Estupiñan, staging ; Fabian Fonseca, staging ; Freddy Gutierrez, staging.
  • Credits: Mapa Teatro, Cúndua, producers ; José Igancio [sic] Rincón, producer ; Rolf Abderhalden, artistic director ; Heidi Abderhalden, director ; Daniel Vargas, executive director ; Rolando Vargas, video, editor ; Catherinne Cely, editor ; Omar Gutiérrez, videographer.

Re-corridos (2003)

Mapa Teatro's installation project, Re-corridos, memorializes the demolition of an urban neighborhood known as Santa Inés-El Cartucho in Bogotá, Colombia. Staged in a rustic, colonial home typical of the neighborhood, the installation was visited by more than 6,000 spectators during the last phase of demolition in the first half of December 2003. Based on testimony of former inhabitants, Mapa Teatro attempts to reconstruct traces of life in found objects, photographs, sound and audio-visual display as a refuge for these fragments of memory. The installation consists of 12 physical spaces that correspond to niches of memory of El Cartucho: "El testigo" (object); "El campanero" (interactive sound); "El escombro" (video sound installation); "Los pasos" (photographic projection); "El carro / La báscula" (interactive installation); "La botella" (interactive object); "La casa" (video projection); "La habitación" (video-sound installation); "La piel" (sound installation); "El fósforo" (photo installation); "El resto" (installation); "La voz" (sound installation).