UNESCO Wold Heritage event (Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity) Inevitably it is necessary to give a historical perspective of this yearly festival that takes place in the city of La Paz, Bolivia. The celebration transforms and stimulates the social life of La Paz every year, emanating from a particular way of understanding and living Andean Catholicism. The Parade begins with a procession through the western…
Here some images of the recent performance at Hanger Arts by the Aircraft Circus. For a complete set please follow these links: https://www.behance.net/gallery/60136631/The-Aircraft-Circus-Trapeze https://www.behance.net/gallery/60136295/The-Aircraft-Circus-Silk-Robe-and-pole https://www.behance.net/gallery/60131115/The-Aircraft-Circus-Hoop-and-Table
The yearly celebration of Jesus del Gran Poder gathers over 40,000 participants/dancers every year in May/June in La Paz, Bolivia. It is now considered part of UNESCO’s Cultural Heritage. I have published a book about this celebration and you can view the digital version here: Gran Poder
The Aircraft Circus: end of the year students performance. Brilliant!
I took some photographs while at Ryoji Ikeda’s ‘supersymmetry’ exhibition and felt the need to emulate his dynamic digital art and freeze it: the random atoms that make up the universe.
Although slightly delayed, my impression of the trapeze artist at the Round House this past may. this image is part of my Imaginations II ongoing project. To view the other images, please follow this link: http://molinabarrios.com/imaginations-ii/
Three tonalities. Three elements in Flamenco: bailaor, cantaor, guitar. I have posted new images of this so Spanish an event: Flamenco. Do please visit the link. Many thanks.
And to illustrate the detail and craftsmanship of the costumes, I have uploaded some illustrations of the masks worn by the dancer in the festival of Gran Poder.
I have added a number of images to illustrate a most surreal, colourful religious celebrations in the world… I invite you to have a look: https://molinabarrios.wordpress.com/photos/colour-and-religion/