Jorge González
Sua-ty (Canción de Sol)
Tuesday, June 22, 10am
Taller de Tejido de Soles, Reserva Natural La Esperanza, Manatí

As part of A Few In Many Places (Unas Cuantas en Varios Lugares) organized by Protocinema, artist Jorge González, in collaboration with Juliana Steiner, Artistic Director of La Reserva Guatoc, Santander Colombia present Sua-ty (Canción de Sol), a weaving workshop of Soles de Naranjito.

For further research, download the following essay by Juliana Stenier on Sua-ty.

The workshop will take place in La Esperanza Natural Reserve in Manatí, and led by master weaver Jasmine Rivera. 

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Sua-ty (Canción de Sol) is made possible by Para La Naturaleza, La Reserva Guatoc, Estrellita B. Brodsky, Yola Colon, Michy Marxuach, Ernesto Pujol, Ismael Colón, Enrique Bayoán Ríos Escribano, and friends of the artist and Embajada.

A Few In Many Places, curated by Mari Spirito and Abhijan Toto, is a multi-city group exhibition which addresses on-going collapses and cycles of violence, through various forms of collectivity. Taking place in Seoul, Bangkok, Istanbul, New York, Santurce, and Guatemala City, all of these interventions use sustainable exhibition-making models of reducing exploitation (of natural resources, labor and knowledge) and consumption (no shipping or flying). Each chapter is site-responsive while speaking across the regions and produced in a format that allows for forms of engagement under various conditions of lockdowns or other contingent situations. 

In Santurce, González built a site-specific installation in his studio entitled Bateyes del Chibal, that merges various aspects of his practice. Walls of locally harvested and woven plant fibers act as backdrop to a wooden altar in the shape of a pyramid that is a central aspect of the Rosario Cantao tradition and ceremony. González’s studio acts as hub for activities for the duration of this project. Drawings, tools, reference material and works in progress are also on view through August 8. 

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