This publication—Devenir Universidad—is a complex author giving name to an organism, an assemblage, and a collaborative network of different human and other-than-human people thinking and acting together with the territory. It involves the leadership of the indigenous Inga community: the iachas, elders, taitas, mamas, and community leaders represented by taita Hernando Chindoy and mamas Waira Nina Jacanamijoy and Flora Macas, among others, as well as the creative support of academic and non-academic partners (see Organism). Different components of this organism have contributed in different ways and thus this complex author acknowledges a process of co-creation. Inspired by a biocultural paradigm, Devenir Universidad supports several dimensions in the materialization of an institution of higher education and research—the Indigenous Biocultural University—in charge of the Inga community with the guidance of their traditional authorities. Devenir Universidad is a parallel endeavor of creating the Indigenous Biocultural University, they mutually interpret and fertilize each other. Devenir Universidad is a repository of the visual and intellectual memory of this process of collaboration.
conceptualized and edited
Ursula Biemann, María Belén Sáez de Ibarra, Iván Vargas Roncancio
Principal Inga Researchers
Hernando Chindoy, Waira Nina Jacanamijoy Mojomboy, Flora Macas
Inga Language Editing
Cristina Chindoy, Hernando Chindoy
Architecture and Territory Editing
Santiago del Hierro, Juliana Ramírez
Cognitive Territory, Legal,
Nature Rights Editing
Ivan Vargas Roncancio
Pedagogy and Anthropology Editing
Giovanna Micarelli, Alvaro Hernández Bello, Marcela Bravo
Ivan D. Vargas Roncancio
Proof Reader, English and Spanish
Cristina Esguerra Miranda
Participants of Devenir Universidad, ETH Studio Anne Lacaton, Mayerly Trochez, Lydia Zimmermann
Camera Work Video Productions
4Direcciones, Richard Décaillet and Yann Decaumont
Web Design and Development
Commissioned and produced by the Directorate of Cultural Heritage, National University of Colombia, funded by The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.
© 2021 Devenir Universidad, Indigenous Inga People of Colombia, Ursula Biemann.
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