Keep an eye out for our upcoming fundraising events in Bogota, Miami, San Francisco, and Mexico City!
Join us on a journey to explore the fascinating theme of duality that has long been a fundamental principle in Tayrona pre-Columbian culture.
Indigenous communities descendant of the Tayrona, such as the Kogi and Arahuac of the Colombian Caribbean region, attributed great relevance to animals in their beliefs, imbuing them with personalities and unique character.
Our upcoming Burning Man art installation, featuring a large scale double-headed cayman, will transport you to a space of contrasts and natural opposites, which alludes to the concept that every element in the universe is composed of two opposing but complementary forces.
These forces can be seen as two sides of the same coin, and they are often depicted as pairs of opposites, such as light and darkness, good and evil, male and female, life and death. The entire universe is characterized by this balance, with opposites functioning as means of maintaining a cosmic equilibrium.
Help us bring this awe-inspiring artwork to life and let us all embrace the power of duality.
From the bottom of our hearts, we want to thank you for your support and encouragement! We really couldn't do this without you.
We love you and hope to connect with you all at our upcoming fundraising events in Bogota, Miami, San Francisco, and Mexico City! And if you happen to spot us on the Playa, don't be shy - come say hello and share a hug!
Our goal is to showcase the enchanting duality of South American mysticism by featuring the mythical creature of a double-headed Cayman. Our ultimate objective is to depict this vision in Burning Man and represent it with utmost authenticity and creativity.