El Otro Amaru
Amaru which in quechua means snake takes us back to the times of the Incas when it was used as a nobility title -a hierarchical order- or to a more recent past when it was associated with a terrorist movement. In both cases the name was appropriated to denote power and now carries the weight of historical violence.
This is “the other” Amaru, the one that wishes to take no part in any political ideology and instead return the symbol to a mythological order.

Stones and white paint, 280 metres long.