(2016)

I found a map of the Valley of Nansa and Peñarrubia where you can see all the rivers of Nansa Valley and how the medieval paths where developed along them. I got attracted by the fact that looking at the map, you could see how the water courses are irrigating the whole land, enabling you to clearly understand how rivers generate life and wealth and how cultures have grown from them.
The piece I developed is a drawing installation related to this map that I have found. I got inspired by the idea that rivers are big lines along the earth in constant movement; as men trajectories are, as well.

Migration paths become roads

What rivers take

What rivers bring

What rivers generate

What passes by and never comes back

A constant flow of movement

Cursos de agua.
Caminos medievales
Taller de Joan Jonas en Villa Iris. Fundación Botín. Santander