Hydrological History of Mexico is a video mapping show about water and natural resources in mexican culture. From the gorgeous landscapes of the foundation of Tenochtitlan empire to the modern Mexico City buildings.
This show was presented at an international drainage and irrigation congress.
Enjoy a story full of colors as the stage unveils the rivers in México, home of axoltls, chinampas, and corn.
The traditional story oh the coat of arms of Mexico depicts a goldean eagle attacking a snake on a cactus.
Hydrological History of Mexico
"Hydrological History of Mexico" is a video mapping show produced for the "ICID Congress", an event organized by CONAGUA and presented at the Mexico City World Trade Center Mexico on 2017.
CREA invited me to collaborate as digital art director for the development of this project for "CONAGUA", the mexican goverment representation for national irrigation and draining.
My role in this project included:
Art Direction, 3D Animation, Project Management
"Two intense weeks of art production and animation to generate 6 minutes of content that were distributed on a large format LED screen accompanied by 2 side projections on stage."