expo capp difusió br26.04.2018 – 07.07.2018

Opening, Thursday 26th April at 19 h
in ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies (Sant Francesc, 1 Vic)

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Sharing Processes
is an exhibition organised by ACVic and hablarenarte to gather together, synthesise and make visible some of the artistic practices carried out within the framework of the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP) project in several European cities, during the last three years. Hablarenarte was the coordinator of this project in the Spanish context, in which Medialab-Prado (Madrid), Tabakalera (Donosti), Huarte Center (Huarte) and ACVic (Vic) also participated.

The Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP) is a network formed by nine cultural institutions in six European countries, oriented towards the research and proliferation of collaborative artistic practices.

AFLUENTS is an artistic project by Seila Fernández Arconada (Brighton) and the Col·lectiu A+ (Vic). It is the result of a residence in the city of Vic, based upon the idea of promoting a collaborative working process between local agents and a visiting artist. During a stay of three months, the neighbourhood of Les Adoberies and the Mèder River became spaces for research and action. From 2015 to 2017, ACVic and Hablarenarte initiated activities which were focused upon this urban space, in the framework of the QUAM and the CAPP project. The first activity was the workshop Public interest and collect creation led by Santiago Cirugeda, which explored ways of intervening in a transitional space. A group of workshop members established themselves as the Col·lectiu A+, which over the last three years have continued to investigate and experiment in this context, while also planning various public activities. The second workshop Ordinary landscapes, emergent heritage: landscape as collective creation directed by Francesc Muñoz pointed towards aspects of culture and heritage, associating the river, the possible future of The Tanneries and the city. These activities formed part of ACVic's programming, and their results were presented, in part, at different times. With this exhibition, the local process is connected to other processes and residences carried out in different cities which were part of CAPP. Through audiovisual material, descriptive texts written by external observers, and other objectual elements, it is proposed to show the diversity in collaborative processes, generated in very different moments, spaces and circumstances.

The works in this exhibition are:

Seila Fernández Arconada i Col·lectiu A+ 
Vic, 2017
Produced by: ACVic and hablarenarte
Col·laboradors: Associacions de veïns La Calla, El Remei and Horta Vermella

Enter This and Orekari Estudio 
Repensar el contenedor
Huarte, 2017
Produced by: Centro Huarte and hablarenarte
Collaborators: Mario Pérez, Uxue Pérez de Pipaón, Maddi Berraondo and Itsaso Jiménez

Felipe Polania and Oihane Espuñez 
Harrotu Ileak
Donostia, 2017
Produced by: Tabakalera i hablarenarte

Byron Maher, Alexander Ríos, Sindicato de Manteros and Lateros de Madrid
Manta – Arte, Lucha y Aprendizaje
Madrid, 2017
Produced by: Medialab Prado and hablarenarte

Stine Marie Jacobsen, Lorenzo Sandoval and Diego Agulló
Affect 2015
Berlin, Germany, 2015
Produced by: Agora Collective Berlin

Bence Zsin
Úszó ház / Floating Home
Rücker-acknai tó, Hungary, 2017
Produced by: Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art

Mark Storor
Baa Baa Baric
St Helens, England, 2017
Produced by: Heart of Glass and partners

María José Arjona
You Are Splendid
Osnabrück, Germany, 2017
Produced by: Kunsthalle Osnabrück

Sibylle Peters
KAPUTT: The Academy of Destruction
London, England, 2017
Video by: Katharina Duve
Collaboradors: Heike Roms, Zoe Laughlin, Martin O’Brien, Malik Nashad Sharpe, Ansuman Biswas, Sam (Jazsam), Rubie (Gurrubie), Splendour & Najiba (Splenjiba), Tolu (Principal Tolu the G.O.A.T.), Ruqiya (R.P.H.D.), Chese (Red Pool), Hester Chillingworth, Katharina Duve, Zainab (Fidget Zalla) and Tyrell (the acrobatic zombie killer)

Christopher Kline
OK - The Musical
Liverpool, England, 2016-17
Produced by: Tate Liverpool and Super Slow Way

Glenn Loughran
After the future… of work
Dublín Inner City, Ireland, 2016-17
Produced by: University College Dublin’s Parity StudiosCreate, CAPP and Robert Emmet Community Development Project

Todo Por la Praxis
Youth urban design workshop
Callan, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland, 2016
Produced by: Create, Callan Workhouse Union and CAPP

For more information:
www.cappnetwork.com and www.hablarenarte.com/capp

Organitzed by:
Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme and hablarenarte

With the support of: 
Acción Cultural Española and Creative Europe 

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