MEDA

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Spider Woman embrace

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Kui nau itiumu katsaka nukishi

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The misunderstandings of ravens

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Otta warmi calling                   

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Gathering Roots and Holding up the mirror

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Digging for bones

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Land that moves back and forth

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Sisa Warmi, woman of the flores

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Daughters of Ix B'alam

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Atrium

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Ice Mask

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She has potions under her arms, Artemisia

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Tres Piedras

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Star dust woman

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Light steps

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Nagas, padmas, Sinchi, Nina

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Genesis, Oju-Oba

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Sentinels Gathering

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Iyurina

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Water falls

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Obsidian pipe song

Meda is fictitious

As in its Latin root: to make by hand; made of clay;

Earthen.

It pertains to the imagination

To the realm of dark creative forces

MEDA explores our relation to nature from the principle of myth and memory embedded in the body as the land and the land as the body.

Deep in the mind of every living human there are memories that can be traced back to millions of years and they can be activated under specific sounds, patterns, and images. Ancient cosmologies shaped by geography, dust and blood, I like to explore the performative aspect of memory, stories pouring out of the body, and patterns of deconstruction as a way to reclaim, and reseed a deeper relation to the land. I seek a relation to nature that is spontaneous, collaborative and non-binary. Matriarchal sustenance birthed from transformation, pain, decay and force. Ultimately, what I capture and encounter in my muses is their relation to the body as the first land that we live in, which is also a land that bleeds.

We live in tumultuous times, contemplating the land is contemplating our origin and also where we are heading. MEDA is an anthology of the essentiality of intersectional storytelling, blood memory, reconnection and our increasing need for a new paradigm.

Meda is fictitious

As in its Latin root: to make by hand; made of clay;

Earthen.

It pertains to the imagination

To the realm of dark creative forces

MEDA explores our relation to nature from the principle of myth and memory embedded in the body as the land and the land as the body.

Deep in the mind of every living human there are memories that can be traced back to millions of years and they can be activated under specific sounds, patterns, and images. Ancient cosmologies shaped by geography, dust and blood, I like to explore the performative aspect of memory, stories pouring out of the body, and patterns of deconstruction as a way to reclaim, and reseed a deeper relation to the land. I seek a relation to nature that is spontaneous, collaborative and non-binary. Matriarchal sustenance birthed from transformation, pain, decay and force. Ultimately, what I capture and encounter in my muses is their relation to the body as the first land that we live in, which is also a land that bleeds.

We live in tumultuous times, contemplating the land is contemplating our origin and also where we are heading. MEDA is an anthology of the essentiality of intersectional storytelling, blood memory, reconnection and our increasing need for a new paradigm.