Juanita Escobar, Orinoco - Frontera de agua © Juanita Escobar
Juanita Escobar: Orinoco – Frontera de agua
May 3 – Jun 9, 2024
Bronx Documentary Center
New York, USA

Orinoco – Frontera de agua (Water Border) is a visual and literary essay featuring various stories and voices from those who have forged a life in this stateless area near the Orinoco River border between Colombia and Venezuela. At the heart of this story are the women: indigenous women (from the Sikuani, Amorúa, Piaroa, Curripaco tribes), Venezuelan, Colombian, and Llaneras (women of the plains). Here, the border becomes a living body bearing the names of the people and places that shape the map of a nameless country: The Orinoco.

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