LAB

Workshop for artistic projects

Selected Artists

Estirar un brazo es desear

Gari Arambarri

[OBRA] 

Estirar un brazoinvolves an investigation on the construction of affection through gesture. The author’s interest is, on the one hand, to investigate the affective representation through the body and, on the other, to work on the correspondence between affection and gesture.

[BIO] 

Gari Arambarri (Azkoitia, País Vasco, 1997) is an artist and art historian, graduated in Art History and Master in Contemporary Technological and Performative Art, both from the University of the Basque Country. +

La piel de Marte

Maite Redondo

[OBRA] 

La piel de Marte is a video-essay that takes extractivism as a motive through which to talk about the sexual and international division of labor. The human body and the territory have been turned into spaces of oppression and exploitation, violently traversed by patriarchy, coloniality and class. Questioning this double conquest, dissonant voices also arise that fable and defend other worlds and possibilities.

[BIO] 

Maite Redondo (Iruñea, 1989) has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Salamanca, she completed a Master’s Degree in Theory and Practice of Creative Documentary at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and Contemporary Film and Audiovisual Studies at the Pompeu Fabra University. +

Memoria de Emergencia

Judith Adataberna

[OBRA] 

Memoria de Emergencia is an experimental-documentary project, which from the record of family conversations tries to re-build the bonds and memories that resonate in the home of the author’s ancestors and in their homelands. The two children of the family seem to passively attend a phantasmagorical encounter with the latent problems that they will have to face when they grow up: the gradual abandonment of the rural area and the problems with the cadastre reveal the material loss that the loss of human memory entails. The map is a virtualization of those who really worked the land, which collides diametrically with the present tendency to “virtualize experience”.

[BIO] 

Judith Adataberna (Vilaboa -Galicia, 1992) is a visual artist who has developed her imagination through experimental cinema, photography and video-installation. +

Enrique Lista

Coordinator

Enrique Lista (Malpica, 1977) is a Doctor in Fine Arts from the University of Vigo. He has carried out academic research and professional activities in the fields of art, graphic design, photography, and cultural management . As an artist, he has had solo exhibitions at the Luís Seoane Foundation, Zone “C”, Adhoc Gallery and Alterarte Room. 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, Fundación Laxeiro and Fotobienal de Vigo. He has experience as a university professor, advisor of artistic projects and publisher of author books.

Leonor Lloret

Professional

Leonor Lloret (Lisboa, 1981) graduated in Art History from the Faculty of Humanities from the University of Lisbon and the Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza” (2000-2005). She post-graduated in Art Market Management from INDEG / ISCTE (2007-2008).
Researcher – curator, incorporated to the Museum research group of the University of Seville and later to the Artistic Historical Heritage Conservation Service of the University of Seville (2008-2013).
Responsible for the conservation, cataloging and inventory of old books in the Collection of Frei Manuel do Cenáculo, 16th-18th centuries, of the Public Library of Évora (2010-2011).
Since 2014 she is dedicated to contemporary art, being part of the team of the cultural-artistic space Appleton Square. In 2018 she collaborated in the legal change for a non-profit association as a founding associate, being responsible for the Strategy and Development area. Together with Vera Appleton, she programs the space, supporting itineraries, exchanges and relationships with Portuguese and international peer and artistic institutions. In 2021 she started the Appleton 7 program, dedicated to film and video art.

Chema González

Professional

Programmer, curator and cultural worker, he has explored the relationships between contemporary art and the moving image and has carried out extensive audiovisual programming in the field of film essays, political documentaries, experimental cinema and auteur cinema at the Museo Reina Sofía, a center whose film and video programming has been directing since 2012. As axes in this work: recovering silenced looks that rewrite the stories of cinema, connecting film practice with a committed political and theoretical space and understanding cinema as a determining art to transform our construction and interpretation of the world. At present, he is head of cultural and audiovisual activities at the Museo Reina Sofía, an institution in which, together with the cinema, he develops a broad and transversal program of critical debate.

Alejandro Romero

Professional

Alejandro Romero (Granada 1968) has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Granada.
He studied his postgraduate studies at the Universities of Paris and Venice, specializing in museum scenography as well as cultural management.
Since 1999 and up to the present, he is the Coordinator of the Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale for both the Contemporary Art and Architecture editions.
Also and since 2003 he is a Visual Arts Technician in the Department of Cultural Cooperation and Promotion of the Spanish Agency for Development Cooperation, of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, for the Cultural Centers of Spain abroad, as well as for the embassies of Spain.

LAB

LAB 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 to move forward. The collective dynamics will focus on reviewing aspects of the conception of the projects, search for references, resolution of doubts and decision-making, establishing a dialogue that can enrich and improve the capacity of each person to develop them.

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