The cultivation of corn is an ancestral practice within indigenous communities. Generation after generation, they have dedicated their lives to the countryside and to preserve their cultural heritage.
Today, these communities are threatened by the presence of transgenic grains that are making the soil sick, rendering the land sterile and affecting the health of people.
In this is corner of the world, where these faces, these hands, these spaces have become a shelter for the native species of corn. A place for the memory of their ancestors, for their comunal and cosmic identity, for life itself.