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Sarah Tortora, rethinking sculpture and architecture

Sarah Tortora, rethinking sculpture and architecture

  Sarah Tortora (b. 1988) is a visual artist based in Philadelphia. She received an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania in 2013, and served as a Lecturer of Contemporary Art at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia while in attendance. From 2016-2018, Sarah mounted solo exhibitions at NAPOLEON (Philadelphia, PA), GRIN (Providence, RI),...
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Boundaries, borders and walls. Participants research.

Boundaries, borders and walls. Participants research.

  IN SEARCH FOR PARTICIPANTS Albert Gilewicz and Patricia Watkins project  “Boundaries, borders and walls” Spoke-n-word/spoke-n-art A multi-national, multi- continent public engagement Art project You can participate from all countries around the world. Let us to know and we will arrange your participation! Write the artist: ajgilewicz@gmail.com Or Write Jiwar: jiwar@jiwarbarcelona.com Albert and Patricia are looking...
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Anil Jacob Kunnel, German filmmaker

Anil Jacob Kunnel, German filmmaker

  Anil Jacob Kunnel (*1984) is a German researcher, film writer and director. In his film work, he likes to address current social and political issues by using storytelling. He is interested in how humans connect and disconnect especially through technology, and how this shapes our world. Born to South-Indian immigrants, Kunnel wrote his first...
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Global Intellectual Historian and Southeast Asianist Ph.D. Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz

Global Intellectual Historian and Southeast Asianist Ph.D. Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz

Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz, Ph.D. is a Global Intellectual Historian and Southeast Asianist, currently working as a Research Fellow at Clare Hall, University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, before which she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University in the United States. Originally from the Philippines, her broad research interests center on...
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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 Wieber 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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