Close to the harvest moon (or wine moon), is the moment for the harvest and food stockage for the winter. It is a moment of great seeds abundance and this workshop is a process that contributes to strenghten the connection between individuals and natural cycles.
The starting point is to work with natural materials. Work with unprocessed living materials, still unrefined and raw materials. Explore through them the biophilia, term coined by Edward O. Wilson, that refers to innate love to living beings. Reconnect of this way with the living beings through the sensorial experimentation.
The approach to these living materials related to nature: the seeds, the water that germinates them, the earth that supports them… allow us to incorporate them to the artistic practice so that contributes to reinforce the possibilities of care and regeneration beneficial to nature and environment.
Session 1. Introduction and practice with the materiales. 13th of September.
Introduction: Projects and artistic residencies related to ecology and sustainability.
Practice: Experimentation with living materials. Proposals. Dialogue between participants.
Session 2. Site-specific and proposals. 14th of September.
Introduction: In this place. Work on the site-specific concept.
Practice: Development of the proposals. Dialogue between participants.
People who are interested in connecting with natural materials, appliedto artistic work. No previous knowledge is required. Maximum number of participants: 30 / Minimun 10. Due to insufficient registrations, Blueproject Foundation reserves the right to cancelthe workshop.
Full workshop (recommended): 50€. Individual session: 30€ / Blueproject Foundation associates 10% discount.
The fee of the full workshop or individual sessions have to be paid at the time of registration and participation is not confirmed until payment is done. In case the workshop is cancelled the registration fee will be fully refunded.
Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 of September, from 16 to 19 h.
Calle Princesa 57
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