Inti Siki

Héctor Acuña


Inti Siki (Culo Sol) is a psychosexual intervention action in the format of an audiovisual record in which homage is paid to a popular myth from the southern part of Peru, specifically, the department of Arequipa, whose majestic Misti volcano, inactive for many decades, is a symbol and banner of the region and has generated myths of all kinds.

In this action, Héctor Acuña takes up the myths referring to sexuality, as Misti is flanked by two volcanoes: the Chachani (female) and the Pichu Pichu (male), and popular gossip has it that they form a geological and fiery sexual trio (symbolism of volcanic lava). The intervention of a body of urban aesthetics infiltrating nature is the leitmotiv of the video action, in this case, an ecosexual action that through a psychosexual ritual tries to harmonise the sexual energies of the being and the surrounding nature via a lustful staging. Corporeal and visual reference is also made to Ron Athey's actions and George Bataille's concept of the eye of the ass.

Technical datasheet

  • Title: Inti Siki
  • Direction: Héctor Acuña
  • Production: 2015.
  • Duration: 00:03:22
  • Languages: without dialogue
  • Formats: HDV 720p