Interview at Vist Projects
“We cannot condemn photography to only seeing the present and what the eyes see. We should allow it to imagine the world”, says the Colombian photographer Jorge Panchoaga. Son of a mixture of an indigenous family and an urban peasant family, in addition to photography he studied anthropology and, even though he never practiced it in a formal way, he acknowledges that it nurtured his gaze. The worlds that Panchoaga imagines are not abstract daydreams: his works range from ethnography to science fiction, from historic investigation and intervention in public debate to the exploitation of dream territories.
POY LATAM 2019
Four recognitions obtained in the Poy Latam 2019 in different categories. Here are the links to each category.
Together with Leon Muñoz Santini of Gato Negro editions I was, in representation of CROMA Taller Visual, giving the workshop of creation of photobooks "Estado de ebullición: taller de publicación rebelde".
We were invited by the CDF Centro de Fotografia de Montevideo on the CMYK Photobook Encounter curated this year by Walter Costa.
Junto a Leon Muñoz Santini de Gato Negro ediciones estuve, en representacion de CROMA Taller Visual, dando el taller de creacion de fotolibros "Estado de ebullición: taller de publicación rebelde"
Fuimos invitados por el CDF Centro de Fotografia de Montevideo en el marco del Encuentro de Fotolibros CMYK curado este año por Walter Costa.
Maria Pia Galvalisi
Interview in the Anthropology Magazine Antípoda
Santiago Martinez Medina, editor of the anthropology magazine Antipoda, interviews Jorge Panchoaga about his trajectory, field work with communities and his reflections on image and anthropology.
I was invited to participate with images of Dulce and Salada in interventions make to DYSTURB, that took place in France and the United States in different cities and festivals. It is a pleasure to support these initiatives.