Monday, 22 July 2013

22.07.2013 Documentation






RedEarth/BlackEdge

Archive 
@number5 GmbH
Switzerland



22.07.2013 bis





19°16'52.33"N
69°15'40.17"W



RedEarth/BlackEdge
Photographed at:
number5 GmbH
Villnachern
Switzerland
0n:
22nd July 2013

22.07.2013




Red Earth
19°16'52.33"N
69°15'40.17"W


Collection jar and spoon 

26/30th June 2011
On Carretera a Playa Rincòn 
Dominican Republic

Photographed at:
number5 GmbH

Villnachern
Switzerland
0n:
22nd July 2013




Friday, 19 July 2013

19.07.2013

"The Yámana, who lived on the southern and western coasts of Tierra del Fuego, practiced two important ceremonies for the initiation of young men and women: the Chiexaus and the Kina. Their purpose was to educate the initiates in the oral traditions of the society, moral behavior, and adult roles. The Chiexaus took place when abundant food was available so that a large group could come together for a considerable period. The ceremony sometimes lasted months. The Kina was a more specialized initiation for men. Special dances were performed at both ceremonies, during which participants held painted wands while spirits were impersonated by already-initiated men wearing body paint and bark or leather masks, such as the bark mask seen here." 


Source: Infinity of Nations
http://nmai.si.edu/exhibitions/infinityofnations/patagonia/142258.html










18.07.2013 bis





The Dark Side of the Moon: Earth, Chalk and Charcoal
Photographic Documentation: Details
18.07.2013
circa 10.00 - 11.25h






18.07.2013







The Dark Side of the Moon: Earth, Chalk and Charcoal
Performance documentation
18.07.2013
circa 10.00 - 11.25h








Tuesday, 9 July 2013