DONDE EL AIRE ES MI AIRE explores the identity of the people from the Cauca Valley and how migrations, make this territory evolve. This valley was once periodically flooded by the Cauca river that runs through it, today is almost entirely dedicated to the cultivation of sugarcane. The small plots in which all kinds of fruits and the farmers food crops were grown, have been lost. The basic ecosystems of this territory have been destroyed. There has also been a cultural transformation, which is implicitly associated with sugar cane cultivation, in its social organization and in its cultural expressions.
In collaboration with Archivo del Patrimonio Fotográfico y Fílmico del Valle del Cauca.