AlejandroTriana

Biography

Alejandro Triana is a Colombian attorney passionate for history and visual communication. He designed and carried out the visual documentation for the Archaeological Museum Casa del Marqués de San Jorge of Bogotá, Colombia; part of his photographic work was published in the book collection Arte de la Tierra (1988-1992, 9 vols.). His fine art archival project and experience was published as a proposal for electronic documentation of cultural patrimony objects in Colombia (1994, ISBN 958-9003-70-02). At the Law and Political Science’s Faculty at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia he dictated his course “Law and Communication” between 1994/1999; a summary of his lectures was published in “Pensamiento Jurídico” (Juridical Thought) in the Faculty’s Magazine (1996, ISSN 0122-1108).

Since 2000 Alejandro Triana with Sara Urazán, Ceramist and Psychologist expert in pedagogy of audiovisual language (Cerámica: Imagen & conocimiento, Universidad El Bosque,1999), are preparing their visual collection and manuscripts for the digital project "Colombia preColombina", for the social, educational and academic appropiation of this cultural heritage.

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Books

The Voices of Silence (Pre-Columbian America)
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 3,850. Language: English. Published: June 15, 2014. Categories: Essay » Literature, Nonfiction » History » South American
Literary Essay & Art eBook (54 pictures) images you enlarge to appreciate the ceramics like touching them, for another look into America through the art and history hidden behind pre-Columbian pottery. The proposal is to look into America when the current national and geopolitical borders did not exist, when women and men daily recreated the utilitarian, symbolic and ritual function of the clay.
Las Voces del Silencio (América PreColombina)
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 4,100. Language: Spanish. Published: June 14, 2014. Categories: Essay » Literature, Nonfiction » History » Latin America / General
Ensayo literario & Art-eBook (54 cerámicas) imágenes para ampliar y apreciar las piezas de arcilla como tocándolas. Otra mirada hacia América a través de la historia escondida en el arte de la cerámica precolombina. La propuesta es mirar como en el Aleph de Borges, cuando mujeres y hombres recreaban diariamente la función utilitaria, simbólica y ritual de la arcilla.

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