In 1965 two undergraduate students from Cambridge University set out on an expedition to the remote Colombian region of Chocó to study its tribes. A photographic record of this trip became part of the collection of the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford, UK.
Almost 50 years later the musician Nathaniel Mann stumbled across the archive and felt compelled to retrace the journey.
In 2014 he ‘returned to Chocó with his partner, curator Alba Colomo. They took with them copies of hundreds of photos from the original expedition, which they used as a tool to engage people – and to examine the historical value of anthropological studies.