Big feet seem to be everywhere!
“What we’re doing hasn’t worked; we have to find new ways to move forward. Nature is worth the effort.” Lisa Brunetti
Portoviejo-Manabi Province – Ecuador Inauguración Exposición:
Entra a mi mundo – Museo Portoviejo y Archivo Histórico
In the gallery space adjacent to the auditorium, Daniel Arias displayed a collection of bird photographs. Visitors were able to view the images and visit with Daniel before and after the inauguration.
The inauguration began with a classical ballet performance by Daniel’s brother, Elías Arias- true grace and beauty and strength – poetry for the eyes.
(Starting around minute 19.)
“Danza de un Cisne Herido en sus últimos momentos de agonía” –
Coreografía: Elías Arias sobre la original de Ricardo Cue
Música: El Lago de los Cisnes Autor: Camille Saint Saëns
At 1 hour 33 in the video: Martha Terán
“El ave que se atreve a caer, es el ave que aprender a volar”
Alzando el vuelo, intervención performatica de Martha Terán. Música : Antara, instrumentos autóctonos. Edición : Diego Camacho.
Vestuario : Layne Uquillas.
Chal: Pintado por Lisa Brunetti.
And then in groups of twenty and following the trail of yellow tracks, the visitors moved one floor higher.
After reaching that floor, I took very few photos. The museo will be closed from now until Thursday for holiday, and when it reopens, I will photograph the entrance where these big feet preside:
I cannot close without sharing a few test samples! I invite you to step into my world: 1. Using either Google Play or Apple, download the Artivive app.
2. After the app downloads, aim your phone at this iguana, which wishes it lived the high limbs of a real forest:
Or maybe the little masked cartoon bird wishes to be a bird in the wild:
What do you think this mask critter would like to be?
Thanks for visiting, and I hope that you enjoyed the peek behind the scenes! Happy Halloween! Lisa
A special thanks goes to Andres, Dady y Gigi for their tireless help and cheerful spirits.
and a finale of a sobering and thought-provoking video, shared today by Peter Sinclair/ClimateCrocks