SUELO – by Brian Holmes

A unas horas de salir hacia Punta San Lorenzo en Veraguas para 10 dias de residencia multidisciplinaria; hay tantos detalles que cubrir tanto que contar de la primera semana con Claire y Brian explorando Panama, su historia, presente e idiosincracia – pero tan poco tiempo… Tambien hay que dormir 🙂 Asi que les dejo este post hermoso de Brian Holmes sobre sus primeras impresiones de nuestro proyecto SUELO. Y agrego que esta resultando una experiencia maravillosa y profunda que apenas comienza. A la vuelta reportaremos todo todito todo! Hasta pronto! (miren nuestra pagina de Facebook or nuestro Instagram para ver algunas fotos del camino)
Just a few hours left before we take off to Punta San Lorenzo in Veraguas for our first 10 day multidisciplinary residency; there are so many details to take care of and so much to tell you about our first week with Brian and Claire exploring Panama – history, present and idiosincracies – but so little time… one must also sleep 🙂 So I leave you with this beautiful post by Brian Holmes about their first impressions of our SUELO project. And I will add that it is resulting to be a wonderful and profound experience that is only just starting. Upon our return, we will report on everything every little sweet thing! Until then! (check our Facebook page or our Instagram for some photos along the way)

Continental Drift

A two-week residency in Panama


January 4: Claire Pentecost and I arrive in Panama City. We are greeted at the airport by Ela Spalding, the founder of Estudio Nuboso, who became interested in Claire’s work at Documenta 13 in Kassel, Germany. Ela has lived in Berlin for six years and is now returning to Panama to launch a series of residencies having to do with biodiversity and the prospects for a more ecological way of living. Claire’s work with soil fits beautifully into this program. My work on contemporary capitalist development and logistics – fits in perfectly, because this is Panama, the original Zone, the last piece of the western hemisphere to emerge from the seas and the first to crack under the pressure of free trade, which literally split the continent. We are going to learn a tremendous amount here about the ground beneath our feet…


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