Miguel Ángel Cabezas Ruiz,
Date: 10/27/2020 15:00 AR (GMT-3)
AECID, in collaboration with the Academy of Spain in Rome and the Network of Cultural Centers of Spain abroad, presents the Project 'Reactivating Videographies'
‘Reactivating Videographies’ will offer a virtual exhibition tour of a selection of audiovisual works by almost 70 artists from 15 countries, complemented by various round tables and residencies at the RAE Roma for participants
The project, which is part of AECID's WINDOW Program, will be presented on October 27 in the framework of the Buenos Aires Biennial of Moving Image prior to the opening of the virtual exhibition in November of this year.
Reactivating Videographies will bring together in a virtual exhibition a selection of audiovisual works by nearly 70 artists from mostly Santo Domingo, Mexico City, Guatemala City, Tegucigalpa, San Salvador, San José de Costa Rica, Managua, Panama, Lima, Santiago from Chile, Córdoba (Argentina), Rosario, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Asunción, La Paz, Bata, Malabo, Rome and Madrid. The exhibition, which will be curated by the artist and PhD in Art and Research Estibaliz Sádaba Murguia , will be inaugurated in November of this year and includes an extensive cartography inhabited by an enormous plurality of voices in which it stands out the diversity of forms of work and formats, all with the aim of offering a deep reflection on its only homogeneous characteristic: video art. Once again, technology becomes a powerful ally, facing the challenge of conceiving an exhibition in times of difficult presence. A virtual space that not only helps us to break down borders, but also to make this wide selection of artists visible and whose objective is to generate synergies throughout its next years of existence.
ABOUT THE CURATORS:
Curators, all of them local, have incorporated three works by different video artists into the virtual exhibition. These are university professors, editors, cultural managers and writers who have been selected by each of the Cultural Centers of Spain taking into account their respective personal trajectories within the field of video art.
Bayardo Blandino, Anita Calà, Clara Caminero, Mauricio Esquivel, Gustavo Galuppo, Gabriela Golder, Guisele Guiron, Sayuri Guzmán, Aline Hernández, Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz, Mauricio Kabistan, Jacqueline Lacasa, Iris Lam, Pedro Mbá, Fernando Moure, Josseline Pinto, Natasha Pons, Estibaliz Sádaba Murguia, Carolina Senmartin, Gabriel Serra Arguello, Gladys Turner Bosso
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
A multiple, personal and undoubtedly diverse look, in which the names of internationally known artists will coincide with young or not so young. A reflection in some way of the personality of the Network of Cultural Centers that will finally land in Rome, in person, in the year 2022.
Antoni Abad, Ignacio Alcántara, Mónica Araya, Francesca Arri, Daniel Assedu Mobajale, Javiera Astudillo, Matteo Attruia, Rosalía Banet, Francisco Belarmino, Antonio Blanco Tejero, Ángela Bonadies, Andrea Canepa, Julia Castagno, Manuel Chavajay, Estefania Clotti, Donna Conlon, Cuqui, Alejandro de la Guerra, Vanessa de la O, Andrés Denegri, Sofía Desuque, Luisho Díaz, Paz Encina, Elvira Espejo Ayca, Fernando Foglino, Maria Galindo, Manuela García, Milena García, Laura F. Gibellini, José Guerrero, Melissa Guevara , Carlos Higinio Esteban, Miriam Isasi, Marie Jiménez, Laramascoto, Alma Leiva, Florencia Levy, Jorge Linares, Mario Alberto López, Yola Mamani Mamani, Alejandra Mastro, Julia Mensch, Óscar Moisés, Gabriela Novoa, Daniel Nsue Asumu, Juan Agustín Nve, Hugo Ochoa, Virginia Paguaga, David Pérez Karmadavis, Jhafis Quintero, María Raquel Cochez, Américo Retamal, M Román, Pablo Romano, Nicolás Rupcich, Joaquín Sánchez, Susana Sánchez Carballo, Borja Santomé, Paola Sferco, Elena Tejada He rrera, Lamberto Teotino, Erik Tlaseca Gaona, Lía Vallejo, Soledad Videla, Tania Ximena, Collective Project 3399.
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