1. Motion

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    Personal Work

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    • CARTER HORN YO-ZURI

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      While organizing some Yo-Zuri lures in our Zancudo Lodge room in Costa Rica my prankster friend Brian Grossenbacher scares the s**t out of me. So I waded up the lures and stuffed them all in suitcase hooking everything!

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      • Tico World -Costa Rica- #puravida #taste

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        May 2014 in Costa Rica Starring: Chandelle, Mat Dubost, Raphael Brunis. Pilon, Pavones, Zancudo

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        • Proyección en el CAM Armenia

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          • Promo Chan Lee

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            Pinceladas de las actuaciones de este gran Artista, Malabarista, Clown, Cuentacuentos, Zancudo y Showman.

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            • Sed de sangre / Bloodlust

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              http://alejandrovalenciat.com/alejandrovt/vampiros.html --------------------- [ES FUNDAMENTAL USAR AUDÍFONOS] --------------------- [PLEASE, USE HEADPHONES] By taking into account the ways in which some of the participants of my ethnography perceive mosquitoes and the experience of being unwell, we collaboratively produced this short film about the process of feeding on human blood. Humans are like big supermarkets for mosquitoes. Direction/ethnographic work Alejandro Valencia-Tobón Camera (blood-feeding process) Felipe Villegas Amanda Hunter Sound Alejandro Valencia-Tobón Susana Valencia-Tobón Editing Alejandro Valencia-Tobón Music Pedro Mau / KNEEL Song: Absence www.soundcloud.com/pedro-mau/ --------------------- Technical elements: Camera: Nikon D600 with a Tamron AF 90mm f/2.8 macro lens Edited in Final Cut X The recordings were made using a Zoom h4n sound recorder –two-channel recorder–, and a Rode NTG-3 microphone. Monitoring headphones: Sennheiser hd25-1 ii --------------------- More info: www.alejandrovalenciat.com www.anthropologyartscience.blogspot.com [Work in progress]

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              • Zancudo con Dengue ¡No me piques más!

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                Video para el concurso "Zancudo con Dengue, no me piques más" del Ministerio de Cultura. Realizado por Kimberly Torres, Diego Moreira, Andrey Gamboa, Susana Delgado y Mariela Bolaños.

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                • Zancudo con Dengue ¡No me piques más!

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                  Nos unimos a la iniciativa del Ministerio de Cultura de Costa Rica. Definitivamente los zancudos del tipo "Aedes aegypti" son como criminales, estos vampiros han abusado de nosotros por mucho tiempo y es hora de detenerlos. Si nos preocupáramos tanto por evitar esta plaga como lo hacemos por mantener nuestros hogares fuera del alcance de criminales, tendríamos un gran éxito evitando los casos de dengue en nuestro país. Guión, storyboard y fondos: Jonathan Rodríguez Animación y diseño de personajes: Mario Porras Compositing: Kenneth Salazar Diseño de sonido: Andres Cervilla, Pee-Pah! Fábrica de sonido. Música: Papa Tun, "Zancudo con Dengue". Interpretada por Calypso Limon Legends.

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                  • The hardest working creatures in Zancudo

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                    We see these ants hard at work every day. They are currently dismantling a single 70 foot tall tree, piece by piece. I wouldn't give the tree 3 months.

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                    • Habla el ventero, ronda el mosquito / Street seller talks, mosquito lurks

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                      from Alejandro Valencia-Tobon / Added

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                      [ES FUNDAMENTAL USAR AUDÍFONOS] Hay muchas y muy variadas formas de entender las enfermedades tropicales, o de producir conocimiento en dichas áreas. Una de ellas es el análisis científico, donde hay una objetivación de la verdad a partir de una experimentación en un laboratorio y en el campo. Otra puede ser la subjetiva interpretación de un curandero, de un campesino o de un habitante de la calle, o la construcción estética de un artista. En este trabajo he querido explorar las formas no-científicas de entender la enfermedad del dengue a partir de una perspectiva holística donde se unen antropología, arte y ciencia. Así, a partir de una reflexión etnográfica en Medellín, Colombia, trabajé con vendedores ambulantes, una comunidad que si bien se caracteriza por la ausencia de formación académica, posee un gran conocimiento validado subjetivamente. ¿Cómo es entonces la construcción simbólica que ellos tienen de la enfermedad del dengue? ¿podemos usar sus conocimientos para cuestionar las estrategias educativas de entidades gubernamentales de salud en Medellín? Vea el trabajo competo en este link: http://www.alejandrovalenciat.com/alejandrovt/venterosydengue.html Este proyecto se pudo desarrollar gracias al soporte académico de la Universidad de Manchester (especialmente de mi tutor Dr. Rupert Cox) y el apoyo económico de COLCIENCIAS (http://www.colciencias.gov.co) Música: Alejo García (http://www.alejogarcia.com) --------------------- [PLEASE, USE HEADPHONES] There are different kinds of knowledge. There are also many ways to understand tropical diseases. One approach, for instance, is the scientific point of view and its ubiquitous search for an objective truth based on laboratory or field work. Another level of analysis is the subjective, symbolic and aesthetic interpretation that a healer, a farmer, an artist or a street vendor may have. Accordingly, both approaches imply different knowledge-making processes. In this project I have tried to explore the non-scientific ways to understand dengue fever by applying an anthropology-art-science methodology. Therefore, based on an ethnographic research carried out in Medellín, Colombia, I worked with street sellers to explore their non-academic and subjective knowledge of dengue fever. Although this community is characterized by its absence of formal education, their knowledge is validated through their own experiences. So, how do they perceive the idea of dengue? Can we use their own meanings to re-think the educational strategies developed by the public health promoters? To see the complete project, please visit this website: http://www.alejandrovalenciat.com/alejandrovt/venterosydengue.html This project was carried out with the support of the University of Manchester (specially my tutor Dr. Rupert Cox) and COLCIENCIAS (www.colciencias.gov.co) Music: Alejo García (http://www.alejogarcia.com)

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