REMOTEANA: WOMAN, CAMERA AND MOUNTAIN ON A BIKE
Wednesday December 11 – 19:30 Base Camp Ensanche 11
Free entrance until full capacity is reached
After crossing deserts, mountains, jungles and glaciers, the yearning for discovery keeps growing with every pedal stroke. I repeat to myself I can do it too. I travel alone, but sometimes I get company. In the last village by the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo, as I was looking for the last mountain gorillas, I met my first bike traveller. And with him, a dream. Shortly after, I was crossing the Andes by bike, and my goal was to get to the most remote corners, and explore its mountains, people and ancient culture. Almost one year and a half later, I cycled through Iran and got to know the warmth of its inhabitants. Afterwards, I crossed the Caucasus, as I was looking for the last shepherds in Eurasia. In two years, and after 20,000 kilometres, I have gathered thousands of pictures, great friendships, three documentaries, a social project and a new journey that will set off next Spring.