For the opening of Réunion in Honduras, the independent art space will host a performance festival with local and international artists in the thickets of the cloud forest of La Tigra. This once-disputed mining enclave, which eventually became the country’s first national park, is named after the female puma – and, true to its name, there are actually several of the elusive creatures to be found inside.
The natural landscape served as a window onto a multitude of activities, such as walks, conversations, and performances. Carlos Fernández hosted a lecture performance about sustainable agriculture with local residents. The illustrations made on canvas during the workshop were upon presented on the place of the workshop. The festival took place on February 23 – 25, 2018 in Honduras.