Cos Satel·lital

On January 28th, 29th and 30th Citlali Hernández and Núria Nia, recipients of the Sixth Artistic Research Grant Fundación Banco Sabadell-Hangar, share their research and experimentation work “Cos Satel·lital” generated during eight months in Hangar. The program consists of a series of activities integrated by three performances, the cycle of talks “Data and body”, and an open exhibition/consultation space of the overall process of the project.


Friday, 28 January 2022

19 h //Conference Dades i Cos #3: From data feminism to feminist AI: threats and opportunities to challenge powers with Tayrine Dias from DigitalFems.
Venue: sala Ricson

20:30 h // Performance Órbita #0
Venue: sala Ricson

To be, behind a screen, in a public performance, in an intimate and public space on the internet. Órbita #0 raises the tensions and ways in which we perceive the body, at a time when digitality is superimposed to presentiality and when exposing oneself in public from one’s own connected rooms is part of the everyday common.

// Production: Citlali Hernández and Núria Nia Nia

Saturday, 29 January 2022

19 h // Performance Órbita #1
Venue: sala Ricson

To look as a satellite and measure distances. To incarnate fragments of data and to disorganize them. The physical body here dialogues with its own live or digital image, as well as with the zenithal gaze of the satellite image culture.

// Production: Citlali Hernández and Núria Nia Nia // Music: Linalab and Erreopeo.

Sunday, 30 January 2022

13 h // Performance. Órbita #2. 250 images for a polysurface in constant update
Venue: sala Ricson

Structures, living materials and inert materials are transferred to a digital environment produced by everyday devices. Orbit #2 is an exploration of space, of the materiality of the presence and absence of bodies, as well as of the tensions between sensitive bodily experiences and digital subjectivities. Photograms, pixels, coordinates in space and pieces of skin, polysurfaces of bodies in constant update.

// Production: Citlali Hernández and Núria Nia Nia // Music: Erreopeo.

13:30 h //Vermut


During the three days, the two upper spaces of the Ricson room will be opened to share the gestures and traces of the actions that the artists have developed during the 8 months of the project.


Limited capacity. Attendance is free of charge and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

The event will be held in accordance with all established safety and hygiene measures such as the mandatory use of face mask, 70% capacity, safety distance of 1.5 meters.


With the support of:

Graphic identity: María Costa Graell.

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