Elena Lasala


Cultural worker and researcher specialized in archives and visual arts, she has a degree in Art History from the UB. She is currently responsible for the archive of Hamaca, an audiovisual platform that since 2008 preserves, disseminates and activates the video heritage at the state level. After working in management and research at the institutional and independent level, she studies a master’s degree in Contemporary Art and Visual Culture (UAM + MNCARS), where she collaborates with the dept. of Public Activities and Cinema – Online Museum of the Reina Sofía. Since 2018 she coordinates and forms part of the Institute of Radical Imagination, a Mediterranean-scale network on post-capitalist thought and action. She has worked at Hablarenarte, coordinating European projects and managing the Planta Alta art residency space. She participates in research groups and collective and activist curatorships, such as Common Archives, Raising Care or CLTVVA, which involve memory practices, feminisms and affective urban frameworks.


Hamaca presents at INTERSECCIÓN through her director Eli Lloveras a selection of works created between 1984 and 2020 by Spanish authors. The titles that make up this program are 127 bofetadas (127 slaps), Cuerpos # 1 Santa Águeda (Bodies #1 Saint Agatha) and Los Jóvenes del Barrio (The Neighborhood ‘s Youth).

Sunday 31 oct | 19:30 – 21:00h

Fundación Luís Seoane

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