Resident’s schedule

Here you will find the activities that resident artists and collectives will carry out in September 2022 inside and outside Hangar.

1/9
Hamaca opens registrations for #HamacaAprende>con_artistas2022.
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7-8/9
María García Ruiz participates in the meeting La ola en la mente: oralidad secundaria as part of La ola en la mente, a study area developed by Isabel de Naverán between 2021 and 2023 as a research associate at Azkuna Zentroa, Bilbao.
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8-9/9
Arnau Sala Saez coordinates Fleanòmia Musicircus, an activity divided into two days in which multichannel pieces and live music by various national and international artists will be presented through the format proposed by John Cage in his piece Musicircus (1967), in which artists in residence Violeta Mayoral and Daniel Moreno Roldán will also participate.
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13/9
Hamaca participates with a screening and talk at Tomar el sindicalismo. Procesos despatriarcalizadores de la lucha colectiva, video Tuesday at Arts Santa Mònica.
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15/9
Pedro Torres collaborates with Phillip Maisel in Parabolic Structures, presented at Chiquita Room, Barcelona.
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15/9
Violeta Mayoral presents the solo exhibition Ni de cerca el día ni la noche de lejos at Tecla Sala, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat.
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17/9
Txe Roimeser presents the performance tener un plan b que es b para que exista un plan a (o cómo tragar y escupir y otras cosas poco compatibles) at Hangar Obert.
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17/9
Mario Ciaramitaro curates, with Simone Marcolin, La comida de la imagen, a day to celebrate experimentation and the interest of artists and authors in working with images and publications at Hangar Obert.
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24/9
Pedro Torres presents the solo exhibition Clathratus at Spazio Volta, Bergamo, Italy.
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25/9
María García Ruiz participates in the artistic research laboratory The Destituent Lab, curated by Brandon Labelle and Quote-Unquote (Irina Radu & Cristina Vasilescu), as part of the artistic research project Communities in Movement in Bucharest, Romania.
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29/9
Arnau Sala Saez participates in the group exhibition Memorias cruzadas. Las colecciones como territorio de creación at the Fundació Suñol, Barcelona.
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Imagen: Hamaca

 

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