For the KOGI Indians, there is a great mirror that divides two worlds, the perceptual and the sensory. The abstract world of meanings is not what we sensorially perceive, but the world of what the KOGI call "aluna." This world is what gives meaning to the destiny of life.
Paula Gaitán is a visual artist, photographer, poet, and filmmaker. Born in Paris and educated in Colombia, she moved to Brazil in 1977 and has been working at an experimental cinema teacher at Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage in Rio.
Paula Gaitán, Ava Rocha, Eryk Rocha
Paula Gaitán Aruac ProducÕes/Urca Filmes Avenida Atlântica, 324 ap. 63 - Leme Rio de Janeiro, 22010 –000 Phone: +55 21 8407 8112 firstname.lastname@example.org
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