Ana Maria Millán y Las Andariegas(Guest Artist)
Directed by: Ana María Millán y Las Andariegas
With: Alejandra Téllez, Angie Vanessa Álvarez, Erika Vargas, Juliana Rodríguez Alfonso, Natalia González Gil, Vanessa Eslava, Tarsila Beita.
Poems: Tarsila Beita.
3D modeling, animation, motion capture: Andres Sandoval Alba, Ana María Millán, Felipe Alfaro, Natalia González Gil y Erika Vargas.
Video game programming: Andres Sandoval Alba y Orlando Sánchez Palacios.
Character Design Advice: Julx Tejimanchón y Chamacana Tejimanchón.
Choreography advice: Jennyfer Caro
Music: Erika Vargas, Jessica Esther Moreno “La Negra MeXa” de Corroncha Son, Rasureitor y Piel de Osa Tamborera Lesbofeminista.
Music recording studio in Bogotá: Teusaradio.
Recording of poems in Chocó:Erika Vargas y Natalia González Gil.
Sound engineering:Carlos Trujillo y Carlos Peña.
National University recording coordination: Dora Rodríguez.
Feeding: Vanessa Rodríguez -Persea Conexión Vegetal.
Transportation: Ilichtna Manga
Las socias is a video game by Ana Maria Millán and Las Andariegas with Alejandra Téllez, Angie Vanessa Álvarez, Erika Vargas, Juliana Rodríguez Alfonso, Natalia González Gil, Vanessa Eslava and Tarsila Beita. In it, six characters travel through nine worlds and in each one they face various problems with the desire and practice of finding solutions.
To achieve this, they make use of their powers creating new worlds through fire, water, plants and earth.
The video game is a narrative of the struggle of women and diversities for the autonomy of their bodies and their territories, proposing a different way of relating to each other between humans, nature, the environment and surroundings towards a good life from peace proposals. The characters are projections of peace proposals.
Through the transmutation and transformation of matter, the video game advocates the construction of new forms of relationships between living beings, the environment and the surroundings. It represents a fiction of return to the body territories. It is a transformation from women who do not agree with architectural forms that stop the flow of nature. For that reason, each world advocates forms that enter into a harmonious relationship with other forms of life.