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Kubra & pas de vianants II. Performance by Kubra Khademi

Kubra & pas de vianants II. Performance by Kubra Khademi

Kubra & pederastian sigh II Kubra Khademi, is an artist who had an scholarship from Jiwar during the summer of 2015 and  is currently is in Paris as a political refugee. She reflects on the apparent neutrality of the pictograms used in the traffic lights that, by default, are male. Kubra physically assumes the persona...
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Collaborative painting  in The Inverter Square with Alter Krapp

Collaborative painting in The Inverter Square with Alter Krapp

  Collaborative painting  in The Inverter Square with Alter Krapp   The visual artist Alter Krapp (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laxfaAmpuDc) has been invited from Jiwar to perform around La plaza invertida; the project developed by the artist Camille Rajotte, from Québec. Krapp will ask passersby and neighbours to get involved using the installation structure as a huge stage...
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The Inverted Square

The Inverted Square

 The inverted Square, in Plaça del Diamant  Installed from the 8th until the 25th of April  Camille Rajotte spent her first residence in Jiwar in July 2014. During this stay she produced a sketch for her project The Inverted Square. More recently, she has finally had the chance to turn the sketch into a concrete sculpture, placed in Plaça...
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Who are we? See how we explain our project. VIDEO.

Who are we? See how we explain our project. VIDEO.

As we are, as we do
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Artist in residence: Mariló Hernández (Basque Country, visual arts)

Artist in residence: Mariló Hernández (Basque Country, visual arts)

Mariló Hernández (Basque Country, visual artist)   Mariló Hernández, urban knitter and photographer, lives in Bilbao and currently is at Jiwar making her project “STREET FLOWERS, BARCELONA”. On 2011 she was the promoter of the movement URBAN KNITTING or YARNBOMBING in her city and since 2012 she makes small interventions individually. Mariló, has come to...
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Artist in residence: Samantha Wilson (Scotland, visual arts)

Artist in residence: Samantha Wilson (Scotland, visual arts)

Samantha Wilson (Scotland, visual artist)   My work is located at a counter-intuitive position, between the visible and the invisible, created to address the lacuna between social interactions and language. Through drawing and painting, I explore globally diverse groupings; connections and disconnections of people. Taking inspiration from photographic sources, I largely document people that enter,...
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Abazar Hamid on the press

Abazar Hamid on the press

Abazar Hamid on the press     Our Sudanese artist in residence is getting to know some catalan media and his message is being spread all around. Some days ago he was interviewed by the cultural magazine Núvol (in catalan), talking about Listen to the banned, the set of talks and concerts organized by PEN...
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Remembering Catia Massa's mural art in Tres Xemeneies (Paral·lel)

Remembering Catia Massa’s mural art in Tres Xemeneies (Paral·lel)

 Catia Massa, artist in residence, mural art   On last January week-end, Catia Massa, Italian artist in residence supported by Meccanica CT Group, painted a nice mural in a well-known Barcelona park. She worked hard on it and we were really pleased to see the results. The Barcelona City Council programm Murs Lliures (Free walls)...
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Artist in residence: Lindsey Kupser (singer and songwriter, US)

Artist in residence: Lindsey Kupser (singer and songwriter, US)

Lindsey Kupser (singer and songwriter, US)   Lindsay Kupser is a Canadian vocalist, songwriter, and performer currently based out of the Vancouver area. She describes her music as “quiet singer-songwriter” and strives to achieve depth through simplicity by utilizing minimalist sounds in order to emphasize her introspective lyrics. She is a graduate of Berklee College...
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Turkish artist in residence Gürçim Yılmaz writes about the Barcelona Ethnological Museum

Turkish artist in residence Gürçim Yılmaz writes about the Barcelona Ethnological Museum

Gürçim Yılmaz writes about the Barcelona Ethnological Museum   Good news from Turkey after so many tragic and heartbreaking events. So proud of the article of our Turkish artist in residence Gürçim Yılmaz about the Barcelona Ethnological Museum Museu Etnològic de Barcelona . Thanks to the reception and the generosity of the museum staff during...
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