Looking back to traditional practices can help us find modern solutions to various environmental and social issues of city life.
In Q'ewe, Peru, we follow Victoriano Arizapana, a Native leader nicknamed “The Engineer” as he leads the construction of the Q’eswachaka bridge. Residents from four different communities participate in the three-day construction of a traditional rope bridge using ancestral techniques taught through their Inca heritage.
"La Memoria del Sonido" builds an arc of experiences and human interconnections through the sounds of the city in San Jose, Costa Rica. Sound builders cut through urban noise pollution and connect to memories of joy through natural and historic instruments.
Videos produced by TV Peru in Q'ewe and TAL in San Jose.