1. Estoy aquí es una Intervención Urbana que nos llama como sociedad a concientizar sobre la realidad que viven miles de animales en nuestras ciudades, olvidados e ignorados en un mundo en el que la rutinaria y ajetreada vida de la ciudad nos conlleva a olvidar lo importante que son nuestros mejores y más fieles amigos.

    I am Here is an urban performance what calling us as a society to raise awareness of the reality that thousands of animals live in our cities, forgotten and ignored in a world in which the routine and hectic city life leads us to forget how important our best and most loyal friends.

    Producción por Violeta Caro Pinda
    Dirección, Cámara, edición y sonido por Felipe Carrasco Guzmán
    Música: Feeling por Ben Cocks


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  2. OPEN HOUSE is a transforming theater in York, Alabama

    Artist Matthew Mazzotta, the Coleman Center for the Arts, and the people of York Alabama have teamed up to work together and transform a blighted property in York's downtown into a new public art project this is in the shape of a house, but can physically transform into a 100 seat open air theater, free for the public.

    Through open conversations, hard work and planning we have developed a project that uses the materials from an abandoned house as well as the land it sits on to build a new smaller house on the footprint of the old house. However this new house has a secret, it physically transforms from the shape of a house into an open air theater that seats 100 people by having its walls and roof fold down. We call our project 'Open House'.

    Open House lives mostly in the form of a house between the grocery store and the post office, reminding people what was there before, but it opens up when the community wants to enjoy shows, plays, movies, and any other event people can think of that supports community life here in York. When the theater is folded back up into the shape of a house the property is a public park for anyone to enjoy.

    Open House was awarded grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Visual Artist Network, as well as individual contributions

    Special Thanks to:
    Jegan Vincent De Paul - Architectural Designer
    Cory Vineyard - Carpenter
    Curtis Oliveira - Set Designer

    For more details on Matthew Mazzotta- matthewmazzotta.com
    For More Photos and Story - http://colemanarts.org/2013/06/open-house-matthew-mazzotta/

    Song: Jam with Sam
    Artist: Duke Ellington
    Album: The Chronological Classics: Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 1952
    Duke Ellington - 1952 {The Chronological Classics, 1320}
    Label: Classics
    Year Of Release: 2003

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  3. This video, released by Bochika, SOIL & SAKALA, showcases Haiti’s Largest Urban Community Garden, the “Jaden Tap Tap” (Tap Tap Garden); More than 300 individuals and 10 organizations joined together to make the dream of a greener Haiti a reality.

    Please Help us Replicate this Garden in 10 Schools in Cite Soleil by helping us reach our goal of $10,000 on FirstGiving: http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/irishanniemarie/taptap


    MIAMI, FL – Bochika, SAKALA and SOIL are proud to announce the unveiling of a new short video that showcase’s the “Jaden Tap Tap” (Tap Tap Garden) and a positive side of Cite Soleil, Haiti that is rarely shown to the public. We invite everyone to take a moment and enjoy this video that demonstrates the combined hard work of organizations and communities to realize a collective dream.

    The subject of the film, the Tap Tap Garden, is Haiti’s largest urban garden, containing more than 500 brightly painted tire gardens and a nursery of 5,000 trees. This video highlights the Tap Tap Garden as a model for urban agriculture for the neighborhood, country, and the world - demonstrating that bountiful, nutritious gardens can be grown in even the harshest conditions. The Tap Tap Garden is an acre of former landfill that now symbolizes hope, empowerment, education, and opportunity for Cite Soleil, one of Haiti’s most impoverished neighborhoods. Most international agencies classify the neighborhood as a “red zone”, yet the Tap Tap Garden is turning it “green”.

    If you are interested in visiting the garden, donating, or volunteering, please contact the Tap Tap Garden Directors seen in the film, Ann Marie Warmenhoven (Bochika- haiti@bochika.org) and Daniel Tillias (SAKALA- SakalaAyiti@gmail.com), or visit, http://www.bochika.org.

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  4. Client: Architecture for Humanity
    Agency: Demo:60

    My Role: Animation

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  5. La tercera empresa en participar del piloto, en el que empresas solicitan su crédito a través de Cumplo, nos cuenta su experiencia.

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