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Artists conversation 2: Elif Gülen (Istanbul) & Raquel Friera (BCN)

Artists conversation 2: Elif Gülen (Istanbul) & Raquel Friera (BCN)

Elif Gülen and Raquel Friera exchange their experiences as artists in Barcelona and Istanbul and discuss about memory, public and private space, time and visual arts in eastern and western world.
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Artists conversation: 1. Mohamed El Harb & Domènec

Artists conversation: 1. Mohamed El Harb & Domènec

Jiwar starts its conversation program between an artist in residence and a local artist. Domènec and Mohamed El Harb share their projects and visions about Barcelona, Beirut and Jerusalem linking the gentrification processus, the manipulation of memory and the social challenges between these Mediterranean cities.
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BTV 2013 Making neighbourhood 1st edition (ENG subtitles)

BTV 2013 Making neighbourhood 1st edition (ENG subtitles)

About the exhibition of the first edition of Making negihbourhood project in 2013 with the artists Sydelle Willow Smith, Andrei Farcasanu, Thomas Strickland and Jessica Lott.
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Sarada Rauch, artist in residence

Sarada Rauch, artist in residence

Sarada Rauch     Sarada Rauch is an artist, poet and musician born in Los Angeles and based in Brooklyn. Her work reenacts popular media and intimate memory, collapsing them into each other to explore the construction of histories and Otherness. How are histories constructed, hidden, stolen and embraced? Sarada’s own background is a microcosm...
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Jennifer Lee Wieber. Lingua franca.

Jennifer Lee Wieber. Lingua franca.

Jennifer Lee Wiebe is an artist and arts educator, based in New Brunswick, Canada.  She is on the faculty of the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design (www.nbccd.ca), and the Board of Directors for ConneXion Artist Run Centre (www.connexionarc.org). Currently English is a “lingua franca”, but the ability to communicate across languages in a...
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Five years Making neighbourhood

Five years Making neighbourhood

Our homage to the project Making neighbourhood, with all our gratitude to the 15 artists and the people who gave their time to collaborate and make it possible. Thank you for these creative journeys that gave us the most wonderful moments and experiences.   Making neighbourhood has the support of Barcelona Acció Intercultural:
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Psychogeographic mapping of Mobility, by Moritz Ahlert

Psychogeographic mapping of Mobility, by Moritz Ahlert

“The “Psychogeographic Mapping of Mobility” is a hybrid of participatory urban research-, intervention- and performance-project. In this three week residency I want to critically analyze the physical and societal borders of the shared cityscape of Gàrcia – together in collective drifts in order to cross and expand these boundaries. The project will consist of two...
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Luz del Carmen Magaña, postpornography aesthetics

Luz del Carmen Magaña, postpornography aesthetics

Luz del Carmen Maraña Villaseñor is lisenced in visual arts for the faculty of the arts of the Queretaro university. She has a masters in visual arts, focusing on painting under the academy san carlos university. She is also a doctor in arts for the university of Guanajuato, and a professor in art and performance in the...
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Making Neighbourhood_5 exhibition

Making Neighbourhood_5 exhibition

From the 13th of December to the 12th of January 2018. Sala d'exposicions del Districte de Gràcia. Plaça de la Vila, 2. Mornings from Monday to Friday 8h30 - 14h30 Thursdays until 20h30 Wednesday the 13th at 18h30. Meeting with the artists-inauguration.                           Foto: Elif Gülen During four weeks you can...
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Christina Schultz travels to Morocco with her projet "Objets and desires", winner of the production and residency grant in Le 18 Marrakech

Christina Schultz travels to Morocco with her projet “Objets and desires”, winner of the production and residency grant in Le 18 Marrakech

Objects and desires, a project from Christina Schultz The project won the first production and residency grant in Marrakech through the exchange Jiwar-Le 18. ”Objects and Desires” follows the transport ”off track” of goods between Spain and Morocco, concentrating especially on the goods transported by women in this system of transportation of daily products from Europe...
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