Afluents Visuals is a participatory video created with a travelling camera from one side to the other of the river Mèder in Vic (Spain). The participants used this camera as element to experiment visually representing their views and relationship with the river Mèder. Each participant decided who would be the next participant depending on the geographical location in Vic (it had to be from the other side of the river). The result has been these collection of videos made between August and October 2017.
Afluents is a collaborative project about the river as symbolic space where the past and present of industrial, environmental and social concerns meet locally; is a collaboration between Seila Fernández Arconada, the A+ collective and the neighbourhood associations from Calla, El Remei and Horta Vermella, among others.
This project is part of Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme co-produced by Hablar En Arte and ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies, and suported by Creative Europe and Acción Cultural Española, AC/E.
For updates and further information check Hablar en arte blog and my own blog.
Images of the final event and info in English: HERE