Published on 19th February 2019

OOMO

  • Elements that are shaping the identity of young people of the present generation. Marks and forms that define each young Chiquitano. Sara has the name of her mother, Angela, tattooed on her arm. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • Children and adolescents are the edge of identity Chiquitana and any people, which is constantly changing and means a metamorphosis in every woman and man. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • The adolescent woman in full transition, on the way to being a Chiquitana woman. The changes are not only external or physical. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • Identity is a natural element of the human being, which is generated from within, from its roots and grows, especially in adolescence. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • The portrait is a means to see beyond the appearance. Chromatic self-representation. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • The feeling of love and belonging, like romance, emerge in youth when they begin to be configured as people with a certain level of autonomy. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • One of the most important elements in adolescence is the relationship that the adolescent has with his environment, whether natural or human. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • OOMO means "burns" in native language from La Chiquitanía, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • The feminine, in its very particular transition, reinforces stereotypes that generally become definitive structures in the identity of each adolescent woman. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • The light of Chiquitanía is a good analogy to explore the identity of its people, especially young people. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • Understand identity as a shadow that changes its position, size, shape depending on the perspective that can be analyzed. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

  • Understanding the identity from the history of a segment of the society of a people is a good approach to have an idea of how present is what it means to belong to a place and a human group. Concepción, Bolivia. Andrés Yépez 2018

OOMO

Portrait, Contemporary Issues, Documentary

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