Empty Space is a site specific proposal based on the selection of a space where she will begin some research and speculative attempts related to its emptiness. She understands vacuum as a field full of possibilities, instead of a limitation, as a beginning, not as an end. By paying attention to the space, it unfolds as a condition of possibility to be transformed into place in order to experience it. During the process, she will generate a textual material and other records to make an edition later of the score for a performance.
This project follows the line of a performance she did last year in which she chose the empty white room – one that all art schools use to show students work in an apparently neutral context. The main concept underlying her text was that precisely these spaces are a collective artwork shaped by all the traces of each previously exhibited project. On another occasion she made a publication about an old and new building concerning on its potential. Now she proposes to choose a space within Glogauair to write about its perceptible and imperceptible traces, the potentiality of that emptiness spreading over a temporal semantic
Interested in perception and its limits, she addresses questions from close-up. It is the chiasm, the intertwining between what occurs and our view that captures it, an opening of possibilities, that runs through her praxis –from research to production– located at the intersection between art, literature and philosophy. Based on minimal interventions in space, drawings and texts, her actions are records of everyday life as a way to open a dialogue with a certain phenomenon. She works also with performance in order to expand her texts and publications to fold them.
‘The Resistance of the Imperceptible’ is the name of the work she has been developing since 2014, leading to her Master’s dissertation in 2017. Her new project, ‘The Future’ emerges from the ideas generated by this process, and has received the support of the Guasch Coranty Foundation Grant. If the purpose of the first project was the perceptual limits of space, in ‘The Future’ it’s the perceptive limits of time. This project is based on the importance of paying attention to possible future realities that are already latent but still unnoticed.
b. 1991 Spain
2016-2017 Master’s Degree. Production and Artistic Research. Fine Arts University – UB.
2009-2014 Barcelona University Degree. Art and Design. Escola Massana – UAB. Barcelona
La Tèrmica Lab. Festival Panoràmic. Granollers.
La Gran Màquina V. Festival Embarrat. Tàrrega.
Título. ATI Prodart. Galeria Àngels Barcelona.
Invisibles. Galeria Catascopio. Festival Seco Barcelona.
Nodes. Mofuta Studio. Barcelona.
Apertus 01: the ass between two chairs. Galeria Àngels Barcelona.
Apertus 01: Han Nefkens Foundation Workshop presentation. Escola Massana.
Instants quotidians. Fnac. Barcelona.
Punt i Coma. Editorial Comanegra. Barcelona.
Y Punto. Sala Busquets. Escola Massana.
Art i Ciutat. Sala Blava. Escola Massana.
Individual performance. Recital Aula Miró – Espacio vacío. Fine Arts University.
Collective reading. H by Oriol Vilanova directed by Xavier Albertí. Fundació Antonti Tàpies.
Internationalization Grant. La Escocesa – GlogauAir Program Berlin.
Creation Grant. Guasch Coranty Foundation.
Apertus 01. Han Nekfens Foundation.
Other Professional experiences
Coordination Institutional stand. Arts Libris Fair. April 2018 Assistant of the artist Giuliana Racco.
Assistant of the artist Mireia C. Saladrigues.
BAR project coordinator.
Receptionist and team leader. Fundació Antoni Tàpies.
Coordination Escola Massana stand. Arts Libris Fair. Arts Santa Mònica.
Workshop: Regen. El Puig School. Esparreguera.
Cooking in Maximum Security by Matteo Guidi.
Production and research assistant. The Artist and the Stone project.
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