Fleeing from men I have found humanity.

Kagbeni. Mustang 2015.

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NOMADS I. <p>INUIT HUNTERS

NOMADS I.

INUIT HUNTERS

NOMADS is a project that has been brewing for more than a decade, but which began formally in Greenland in 2016.

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NOMADS II

SNOW LEOPARD PROJECT.

Integrated within the Nomads project, Snow Leopard Project portrays the current situation of the snow leopard through the study of the species and the nomadic population and human activity that takes place in the territory.

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NOMADS II <p>SNOW LEOPARD PROJECT.
NOMADS III. <p>KORIAKS (KAMCHATKA – KURIL ISLANDS)

NOMADS III.

KORIAKS (KAMCHATKA – KURIL ISLANDS)

NOMADS III will document the way of life and customs of the Koriak population in Kamchatka. We will travel in winter by helicopter to the center of the peninsula, well above the Klyuchi volcanic environment to locate the herd of reindeer that these shepherds live

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NOMADS IV.

INHABITANTS OF THE SAHEL

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NOMADS IV. <p>INHABITANTS OF THE SAHEL

About

NOMADS is a tribute to indigenous peoples who move through a land that does not belong to them.
We started this adventure in 2016 on the East Coast of Greenland, with the objective of knowing our world and understanding concepts such as time, physical space, globalization … conditions of human activity and reasoning.
That is why we return to the origin, we want to see what we have evolved, what we have forgotten, why our system is absorbing the rest and why we have lost contact with the natural environment.
It is a reflection on humanity itself, its relationship with territory, with matter, with economic transactions.
We will travel around the world studying different cultures, ways of life and beliefs, habitat, and biodiversity, but above all, trying to understand social relations, the relationship with the environment and natural resources, the use of time and geographical space.
Because the more advanced a society is, the more it forgets its historical, social and cultural legacy.
A team composed of photographers, anthropologists, climbers and scientists portrays the current situation of each tribe and its natural environment, in an effort to try to understand our own development and the taxes we pay for it.

Federico Arcos Zafra, President of the Paralelo 70 Foundation

Contact us

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Phone :

+34 680 373 314

Email :

fede.arcos@p70foundation.org

Address :

Cuesta de Alhacaba 24, 18010, Granada, SPAIN.