Caudal begins to take shape in 2014. At that time it is the desire, from a group of friends, to channel and translate the novelty that the mere fact of sharing experiences produces. Capture what was happening through the group, to save it. We began to make some small trips to give place to those meetings; to be able to do what we knew, resorting to the memory or what we wanted to tell, and at the same time being permeable to what was happening in the group. Caudal was going to be like our diary, like a travel book.
We traveled with other people, some with whom we already knew each other for having worked previously, and others with whom we did not. Photographers, stylists, models, friends. We were going to look for those unique images of each encounter, but this time with a team of work (what was a group, now, even bigger). In the process, between the trips, with what we brought, we encountered a material that would take us three years to decode. We ended up completing it with external collaborators. Somehow they could continue to argue all that it would be impossible for us to express alone.
We went through different formats and timelines to fine-tune each note, and to be open and inclusive we get to, without losing sight of the projects built in an analogical way, embrace the digital.
Caudal bets on being a medium of communication that is close. We seek to channel voices that feel and think, and that are committed to their own searches, whether individual or collective. Caudal is not a proposal neither delimited nor delimitant, but we want to enable, and be, in any case, the constant search for a line on which turn some human issues. Feeling and thinking to oneself, to others, to encounters, and also to disagreements. What happens to us for inhabit, as we observe, the world. Only that this time the diary, the book, opens.