Workshop for artistic projects
Workshop for artistic projects
This workshop is a meeting place for people with different profiles and interests, involved in the development of artistic projects, to share them and discuss together the resources and strategies that they require in order to move forward. The collective dynamic will focus on reviewing aspects of project conception, reference research, resolution of doubts and decision making, establishing a dialogue that can enrich and improve each person’s ability to develop them.
Enrique Lista (Malpica, 1977) is a Doctor in Fine Arts from the University of Vigo. He has done academic research and professional activities in the fields of art, graphic design, photography and cultural management. As an artist he exhibited individually at the Luís Seoane Foundation, Zona “C”, Adhoc Gallery and Sala Alterarte. He participated, among others, in collective shows at the MAC, MARCO, Centro Torrente Ballester, CGAC, Centre Civic Sant Andreu, Casa da Parra, Auditorio de Galicia, Laxeiro Foundation and Fotobienal de Vigo.
In addition to catalogs, collective and / or academic publications, Enrique Lista’s work has been included in individual publications Un año de proyectos (Save As… Publications, Barcelona, 2013) and Enrique Lista. Situation (Galician Center of Contemporary Art, 2008). He has also published the books Un Lugar. Dúas descricións inadecuadas (self-published with Héctor Pose, 2018) and Síntomas (Estraperlo, 2018).
Both in the academic field and outside it, Enrique Lista has given classes, workshops and conferences. Among this activity stands out the “Guest Artist Workshop” for the Master in Contemporary Art of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Pontevedra (UVigo) and the project-development workshop taught at the MAC (A Coruña, 2018), museum in which he also carried out a personalized monitoring of resident artists between 2015 and 2018.
Chus Villar Iglesias, developed most of her professional career at Trinta Gallery in Santiago de Compostela from 2002 to 2016, serving as assistant, general manager and, finally, director. During those years, she participates in the programming, management and organization of more than one hundred exhibitions of international artists, among many others, being responsible, during her time as director, of the exhibition programming and the incorporation of several creators to the Gallery’s payroll, in addition to participating with Trinta in many other projects, seminars, fairs, etc.
In curating, must be highlighted her work as co-curator, along with the writer Juan Bonilla, of the first retrospective exhibition of Baldomero Pestana’s photographic work (1917-2015): “Baldomero Pestana. La verdad entre las manos”, which was inaugurated in February 2018 at the Instituto Cervantes in Madrid and subsequently exhibited at the City of Culture of Santiago and the Instituto Cervantes in Paris.
In December 2017, she opened Nordés gallery in Santiago de Compostela, which she currently directs, and since March 2019 she has also been the president of “Contemporanea” (Association of Contemporary Art Galleries of Galicia).
Jaime Pena is a doctor in Art History and a programmer since 1992 at the Centro Galego de Artes da Imaxe, the film archive of Galicia. He is a member of the editorial board at the monthly publication Caimán Cuadernos del Cine (formerly Cahiers du Cinéma Spain) and regular contributor to the Argentine magazine El Amante, in addition to many other national and international film publications (Sight & Sound, Cinema Scope, among others), and Bafici Programming Advisor (Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival). Author of El espíritu de la colmena (Paidós, 2004), which won the prize of the Spanish Association of Cinema Historians to the best monograph of the year, and, together with José Luis Castro de Paz, Ramón Torrado, cine de consumo no franquismo (CGAI, 1993) and Spanish Cinema. Another historical journey (IVAC, 2005).
He has coordinated and participated in numerous volumes and monographs and has also collaborated in different publications on Spanish cinema, such as the Dictionary of Spanish Cinema (Editorial Alianza / Academy of Cinematic Arts and Sciences of Spain), Latin American cinema dictionary: Spain, Portugal and America (SGAE) or Critical Anthology of Spanish cinema (Cátedra / Filmoteca Española)
Olaia Sendón Ogando professor, director and artist born in Ourense in 1978, has a degree in Audiovisual Communication from the UAB and is a teacher at the Image and Sound School in A Coruña.
She is the author of documentaries and video-art pieces present in different contests and festivals such as the work Nonenal, within the project Se aluga futuro 2019, Fisterra carne de safari (2017), Mice within the selection made by Anxela Caramés, or #1 #2, piece for the collaborative film Visións, for the project Cinema e Muller (2016) which was present at important festivals such as Zinebi, Play Doc, or [S8] Mostra de cinema periférico da Coruña. Other remarkable works would be Kauflanders (2016) present at Málaga Film Festival, or Míjau (2014).
She has participated in numerous events and her work has been present and awarded at different places around the world like at Stigmart Video Focus; Curtmetratges Gandules (CCCB); Kauflan: Proyector (2014); Embarrat (2014); Se Alquila/Estado; Petites Superfícies; Proxecto para Dispostivos Post; Kaufland Mo; VIII Premio Auditorio Novos Artistas (2014); Pequenas Superficies (instalación); Mostra Internacional Gas Fenosa; Kaldarte (2012); Catálogo de Galaxias Sociais Vídeo do disco Kosmogonías de Berrogüetto; Os fabulosos irmáns da luz Festival de Cine de Málaga; SH contemporary, Shanghai; A casa de Lola de Andrés (2007); Festival de Cine de Málaga Official Selection; Alcances Official Selection; OUFF Official Selection.
Carla Andrade has a degree in Audio-visual Communication from the University of Salamanca (2006), MA Artist’s Film & Moving Image from the Goldsmiths University of London (2019) and is currently studying Philosophy at UNED. In her already consolidated artistic career, she has exhibited individually in cities such as Madrid, Paris, Bilbao, Granada, Santiago de Compostela, Huesca, Porto, A Coruña or Vigo, ad she also has been present in numerous collective exhibitions and film festivals, and has obtained recognition with awards, scholarships and presence in national and international collections.
Ningún río me protexe de min
proposes a escape back, in response to the impossibility of representing a reality beyond her own, which leads her to follow the trail of a material filmed within the jungle of the Congo Basin, investigating at the same time the reasons that lead her to travel to remote places around the planet.
David Fidalgo is a graduate in Fine Arts and Master in Illustrated Album and Animation from the University of Vigo (2012-2014). In addition to collective exhibitions, he has exhibited individually at the Valey Castrillón Cultural Center (Asturias), Apo Art Hall (Vigo) and UMH (Elche). He obtained awards and scholarships both in the field of plastic arts and audio-visual, in addition to participating in national and international festivals.
is a stop-motion animation project where an acid look on TV reality, adopts the meme format, using painting-based techniques.
Nuria Mosquera studied Fine Arts at the University of Salamanca (2012), completed her master’s degree in Art and Creation Research at UCM (2013) and a postgraduate degree in Audio-visual Assembly at Pompeu Fabra University (2017-2018). She obtained Agadic financial support for the writing of the screenplay for the film Anguías, and for the direction and production of the fiction short film Mércores de cinza. She was selected in different competitions and awards nationwide.
As anguías non levan roupa
is a documentary project in which the oral memory serves as the basis on which to articulate a story, in which the real and the fantastic, the shared history and the personal experience are intertwined.