Afluents project with Seila Fernández Arconada, collectiu A + and residents of the neighborhoods adjoining the Meder river in Vic.
Photos by Guillermo Gumie
Sharing processes: exhibition about collaborative projects
25/01/2018 - 27/02/2018 Medialab Prado, LAB0.
Opening, Thursday 01.02, 17:30–19:00
"Sharing processes showcases 15 projects linked to the international network CAPP and Medialab Prado. The exhibition has to main objectives in mind: first, to share the processes and results of these projects that were carried out in Spain and in Europe and, secondly, to generate a place for learning and exchange between the local, national and international community.
Sharing processes avoids aestheticizing collaborative practice. It consists of ten documentation spaces in which visitors can immerse themselves in 15 projects: through videos and through texts that reflect on the residencies, but as well as other materials such as objects and photographs that have been generated through the course of the projects.
Sharing processes is composed of:
Sharing processes also provides a reading room and a small library that invites visitors to delve into the themes of collaborative practices. It is equipped with books and relevant texts in the field of collaborative arts, among which is our recent publication Impossible Glossary.
The exhibition will have several instances of activation: areading group will meet once a week and there will be twoworkshops that dvelve on the question to which extent it might. be possible to generate a working methodology related to collaborative projects.
Work In Process is a co-production of hablarenarte and Medialab Prado and is carried out within the framework of the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP)
CAPP is an ambitious transnational cultural programme focusing on the dynamic area of collaborative arts. The overall goal of CAPP is to improve and open up opportunities for artists who are working collaboratively across Europe, by enhancing mobility and exchange whilst at the same time engaging new publics and audiences for collaborative practices". Source: http://www.hablarenarte.com/en/proyecto/id/sharing-processes
Further information: www.cappnetwork.com,www.vimeo.com/cappnetwork