“#EstudioFlotante #Floatingstudio, when a river sounds like the Amazon river” is an artistic project inspired by the relationship between human beings and water, in the most important fresh water reserve on the planet: the river Amazon. This project took place taking movement as a creative method by tracing a journey with the river, from the Nevado del Mismi (Peru) to its mouth in Brazil (due to covid19 this project ended in Guadalquivir river) 2019-2022 https://estudioflotante.art.blog/
Currently exhibited at Itinerarios XVII, Centro Botín (Spain) Images of the installation HERE
Co-creating Remedies.Collective Art for a Shared Present
November 2022, Poznan (Poland)
Remedies are forms of healing, forms of being with each other.
Collective gatherings to explore emotions though artistic tools aiming to create an inclusive and peaceful atmosphere. Ukrainian and Polish participants of various ages.
"Ritualidades Contenidas. Cohabitar, seguir las relaciones y enredarse".
A project-solo exhibition at Casa del Aguila y la Parra, Santillana del Mar (Spain)
Exhibition from 1st of July to 16th of August 2022.
Series of workshops "Drawing (inter) actions collaborative research, Art and Care for ecosocial (re)balance" led by Seila at the University of Bristol. May 2022.
A collaboration with the Public Engagement team, the Research Governance team and the Cabot Institute at the University of Bristol.
Agua eres y en agua te convertirás (2021)
(Water you are and water will become)
Ephemeral intervention and collective sound creation.
Site specific creation for Aselart 2021.
Herrera de Ibio (Cantabria, Spain)
Cuando el ayer es hoy" (When yesterday is today)
Collective action made by Art, Research and Feminism research group. Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of the Basque Country. Vitoria- Gasteiz 13th of April 2021.
Disonancia Sugerida, experimento artístico en el espacio intermedio.
El Parche Artist Residency, Bogotá (Colombia) 25 July 2019.
This event is part of the artist placement at the project Colombia BioResilience: Biodiversity resilience and ecosystem services in post-conflict socio-ecological systems in Colombia",
Artist in residence at Wonder, Wander as part of Spring Sessions, Amman (Jordan). This collective walking residency will be taking place from the beginning of April (for 6 weeks) from Northern Jordan towards South and with the final destination in Sinaí peninsula in Egypt. A group of 15 artists will be working in artistic approaches and responses during the journey. Soon updates HERE
Artist in residence at ACVic as part of CAPP (Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme) selected by Hablar en Arte; working with the colective A+ among other local colectives and individuals in the project Adoberies: reactivating and collaborative processes which ended up in the final event Afluents.
For more images and info in English: HERE
Blog of the project in Spanish Hablar en arte
Images of the exhibition Sharing Processes at Medialaba Prado: HERE
Artist workshop leader at BorderArt workshop.
Viadrinicum Borderlab. Borderland experiences: conflict, dialogue and the arts summer school in Frankfurt Oder (in the border of Germany and Poland). For more info about the project created: The Oder Island.
Moving while Doing, Nomadic Artistic Perceptions in Socio-Environmental Transitory Times.
Awarded with a Moore Institute Fellowship at the National University of Ireland (Galway, Ireland), this project began in February 2017.
Re-shape your present, The Act of Collective Creativity (2016)
Project developed during UkraineLab: Community Development and Local Initiatives in (Post) Conflict Societies. Sloviansk (Ukraine). More info.
Some:when, celebrating cohesion through the watery heritage of the Somerset Moors and Levels. A socially engaged project in collaboration with Sage Brice. (2014- ongoing)
Granted by the Community Foundation
Blog link here for further information: http://some-when.co.uk/
FCF is an art research-collaboration that began in 2013 by SFA and BJF in the UK. As it develops we will invite further collaborations nationally and internationally.
For further information visit FCF