THE IMPORTANCE TO PRESERVE CULTURAL IDENTITY AND TO KEEP A CLOSE RELATIONSHIP WITH NATURE WITHIN GLOBALIZATION
The exhibition is a visual art ˝journey˝ which goes in two different directions. One part sheds light on the importance to protect the cultural heritage, creativity, diversity and traditions of the minorities in a world led by standardized and globalized rules.
Another aspects analyses the origin of human being and his essence closely related to the spirit and nature. The photos, music and the object which are part of the exhibition go back to the origin and enlighten the energy which derives from the relationship with nature. The spiritual interaction with nature of artisans, shamans, hunters and navigators will show another way of living in a modern world where technology and material things are prevalent.
The project starts describing, with amazing shots, video and traditional music the identities of some indigenous Amazonians tribes living in southern Venezuela, their way of living, their close and true relationship to nature.
All photos and video will be enriched by everyday objects, clothes and music played with traditional instruments of some minorities living in the Amazon. For this project the artist has co-operated and worked closely with members of ethnic Amazonia minorities.
Peonia will then focus on cultural integrations stories in big cities, both in America and in Europe, with video, photos and visual artworks.
The human desire to belong and the need to preserve identity, rediscovering the relationship with nature, can be now easily the way for integration.