Isaac Marrero Guillamón
The mountain of Tindaya, on Fuerteventura, has been the subject of a complex controversy for over twenty-five years. For the indigenous Maho people of the island, it is a holy place; for others, a stone quarry and the proposed site for Eduardo Chillida’s Monument to Tolerance. The film explores this conflict in an arid landscape of post-crisis ruins and mass tourism.
Isaac Marrero Guillamón convenes the MA in Visual Anthropology at Goldsmiths, University of London. He codirected Fragmentos de una fábrica en desmontaje (2007), screened at l'Alternativa 2007.