“No Rest. No Haste.” is a participatory project of Kameradists about indigenous people fighting against the speculation of western corporations. The interviews were based on numerous messages from people fromthe Federal Republic to the indigenous people. The Kameradists are a free association for documentary filmmaking and documentary photography with a critical awareness of politics and society.
Viviana Uriona and the Kameradists
The Kameradists are a free association for documentary filmmaking and documentary photography with a critical awareness of politics and society. Viviana Uriona was born in 1973 in Pergamino which is part of the Province of Buenos Aires. She is living in Germany since 1996. She graduated in political science, studying first at the University of Cologne, later at the Free University of Berlin. At the University of Potsdam, she is currently finishing her doctorate in social movements and community radios in Latin America. Uriona is a former Rosa Luxemburg Foundation fellow. She was a member of Attac Germany and chairwoman of Attacs Council. During the G8-Protests (2009/Kopenhagen) she managed the mediacenter and produced radiofeatures. Until 2011 she was a member of the board of the federal Association of Free Radios (BFR). She is a member of the Community Media Forum Europe (CMFE). She is engaged in the free radio scene, both in Germany and in transnational projects.