El hilo que nos une con la gente de Nazca; El aliento del desierto

Hay gente que cree que las líneas de Nazca no las dibujaron seres humanos… Esta creencia se extiende a otros monumentos megalíticos como Stonehenge, Gobekli Tepe, e incluso las pirámides de Egipto; a pesar de que hay miles de documentos que hablan acerca de cómo fueron construidas…  Cuando la tarea es grande, larga y difícil; subestimamos nuestra especie y aceptamos ideas tan extrañas como que los extraterrestres viajaron los 38.7 billones de km que nos separan de la estrella más próxima, para desarrollar aquí, un proyecto arquitectónico… Sin embargo la historia nos muestra que a los humanos nos ha gustado desde antiguo eso de intervenir el paisaje como estrategia creativa, simbólica y comunicativa… Desde el gesto burdo de imprimar tu mano en el cemento fresco de una construcción, hasta los laberintos barrocos de los jardines franceses…  Intervenir el espacio es la manera como celebramos la maravilla de vivir en este mundo, de contemplarlo y reflexionar sobre el… Pero a pesar de que enviamos hombres a la luna, construimos un colisionador capaz de recrear el Big-bang y atravesamos el planeta sentados en maquinas que pesan varias toneladas pero vuelan; seguimos sin aceptar lo increíblemente asombrosos que somos los seres humanos… Esto por ejemplo es el Aliento del desierto; la MONUMENTAL (si, es inmensa) intervención realizada por el colectivo artístico D.A.S.T. (Danae Stratou, Alexandra Stratou, Stella Constantinides) en 1997… Inmersa en el corazón del desierto africano su mándala es un guiño del hombre al Dios de los cielos que observa… En 50.000 años cuando olvidemos quien y porque se realizo esta pieza; llegara algún arqueólogo a afirmar que fue construida por dioses que bajaron a la tierra para sellar un pacto con el hombre primitivo???…

English

There is people who believe that Nazca lines were not drawn by humans…This belief is extended to other monuments as Stonehenge, Gobekli Tepe and even the pyramids of egypt; although there is thousands of documents talking about how were built… Where the task is big, long and hard; we underestimate our specie and accept ideas so strange as the extraterrestrials travelling the 38.7 billions of kilometers which separate us from the closer star, to build here, an architectonical project… However history show to us that intervene the space is something we used since earliest times as creative, symbolic and communicative strategy… from the coarse gesture of imprint your hand in the fresh cement of a construction to the barroque labyrinths of the French gardens…Intervene the space is the way how we celebrate the wonder to live this planet, contemplate it and reflect about it… But although we send men to the moon, constructed a collider capable to reconstruct the big bang and travel through the planet sitting in machines, weighing several tons but flying; we still without accepting how incredibly amazing that we humans are… This for example is the Desert Breath; the HUGE (yes, is immense) intervention made by the D.A.S.T. collective artist team (Danae Stratou, Alexandra Stratou, Stella Constantinides) en 1997… Immersed in the heart of the African dessert their mandala is a wink from men to the God which observes in the sky… In 50.000 years when we forget who and why this piece was made; will come some archeologist to say that was built by Gods who landed here to seal a pact with the primitive man??…

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