DONE is a project of creation and thinking that aims to approach the image’s new ecosystem, in the times after digital technology and Internet. This second edition is presented as a laboratory for reflection, research and visual creation around five key issues: thinking, visibility, body, information and aesthetics.
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Remedios Zafra: Remedios Zafra is a writer and theorist specialised on the critical study of contemporary culture, feminism and identity politics in networks. She is Lecturer of Art, Gender Studies and Digital Culture at the University of Seville and Lecturer of Social Anthropology at Uned. She is also the author of works such as Los que miran (2016), Ojos y Capital (2015); (h)adas. Mujeres que crean, programan, prosumen, teclean (2013) and Un cuarto propio conectado. (Ciber)espacio y (auto)gestión del yo (2010). Her essays have been awarded the Publico 2013 Letters Prize and the Communication Prize of the Association of Women Journalists of Catalonia 2010, among others.
Session Lab 3 - Ona Bros
Saturdays 21 and 28 of January
Price: 15 € (10 € for students from our School Partners: Grisart, IEFC, IDEP)
Capacity: 15 participants by order of registration.
Participants will conduct an experiment workshop where they will work collectively to create an identity and inquire into the traces left by the images and bodies in the context of the Internet and social networks.
Roc Schach has disappeared.
Behold! Here are his fiercest clatters, his most romantic clatters.
Will he have committed a crime? Would it be for political reasons?
Has anyone seen Roc Schach?
Ona Bros: Ona aspires to play with rigor, as she did when she was five years old. She likes to watch, question and sometimes produce images. She is interested in twisted movements, such as thinking on images from the performance or other views. She wonders about the relationships between bodies, policies and documentary practices. Ona always learns with others, this is the reason why sometimes she teaches and is always part of collective projects.
Will be published in January the 30th.
Sandra Torras: Barcelona, 1988. Her artistic practice focuses on both the issues and postmodern ambiguities of the body; she feels a deep obsession for the dichotomies it offers: natural-artificial, material-inert, real-virtual, decrepit-eternal, single-reproducible, beautiful-terrible, corporeal-technologic… From this attraction for everything that zigzags, crosses and runs away from rules, a strong interest to transgress the boundaries of the body is born, in order to leave behind the dictatorships of physical appearance, the aesthetic canons pre-established and any trace of identity imposed through body modification and rewriting.
DONE is a project promoted by the Foto Colectania Foundation with the collaboration of the Fundació Banc Sabadell and with the support of the Dirección General de Política e Industrias Culturales y del Libro del Ministerio de Cultura.