A travel to La Guajira becomes an intervention. What is behind the landscape? The Wayuu are known as the people of the sun, the sand and the wind. They are found in the arid Guajira peninsula, in northern Colombia and northwestern Venezuela. The Wayúu language is part of the Arawak family and is called Wayuunaiki. One of the most important and characteristic ancestral and cultural values is weaving.
Through the use of interventions and recordings of casual travels, the artists weave an unfolded and off-centered narrative, an assemblage of intensities, an endless do and undo in this land of constant sun, sand and wind. Kuenta is part of a series of travel notebooks dealing with landscapes and what lies beneath them.