A new project by, Maria Catalina Giraldo Pastrana.
Marine terraces were formed by changes in environmental conditions and by tectonic activity, especially as a consequence of the sea level changes between glacial and interglacial periods. Those changes corresponded to the global marine level fluctuations that gave birth to the cliffs standing today in Santa Cruz. “Fluctuations” is a video projection over a cliff in the lighthouse to visualize a story of the marine level changes which happened during thousands of thousands of years before the present day.