The project looks for a conciliation between the precise observation of the world that comes with the scientific research and the creative transformation of art as a way to understand the world in this time of global migration and the lack of natural resources. This study took place in the surroundings of Más Arte Más Acción’s Chocó Base. Around 50 different species of Butterflies were recorded during a rapid inventory and some of them were added to a small reference collection in the Universidad Tecnológica de Chocó in Quibdó.
During their stay in Chocó, Turnbull and Huertas gave a talk to the local community of Joví. They also visited Quibdó and held a conference with more than 700 secondary students as part of a Universidad Tecnológica de Chocó initiative.
Based on this experience Más Arte Más Acción published a book by the artist called PSYCHE Or, the butterfly – An expanded field guide, which includes a field guide to the butterflies that Blanca Huertas found during the residency.