Espais C participates in “108 days” by Lydia Ourahmane

Ricardo Cárdenas and 6th grade students from the Institut Ramon Llull are carrying out an intervention on the 108 days exhibition by artist Lydia Ourahmane at MACBA.

During the residency, Ricardo Cárdenas and the students are working on the Isla-Archipiélago-Continente. Unas pocas muchas voces… a project that has created a shared listening space-laboratory within the school, based on the flexible notion of community radio. The proposed methodology is articulated through different sound formats such as podcasting, audio books, radio soap operas or the activation of sound libraries of the space and its inhabitants.

For 108 days, Ricardo and the students propose to reverse the initial dynamic of the project, so that it is the museum that welcomes the students as creators, as opposed to the usual condition of spectators. They will develop in the museum hall an extended study session open to the public, similar to those developed in the school laboratory. Here too, sound and voice exercises will be generated as a space for expression and reflection, and the metaphor of these geographical bodies on the surface of the earth will be used to speculate on the meaning of the individual, the group and the collective, in a working session open to the public and participatory.

The collaboration between Ricardo Cárdenas and the Institut Ramon Llull is part of the Espais C, contemporary creation in schools residency programme, in which the selected artists spend a year at the school, which also provides them with a space (preferably a studio/workshop) in which to work.

Practical information
Date: Friday 15 March
Time: 11:30 a.m to 2:30 pm
Place: MACBA

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