Jurado y tutoría de Barcelona Producció 2019–2020: Proyectos ganadores

Nueva imagen corporativa en ocasión del 25º aniversario de La Capella. Foto: Folch Studio.

Después de tres intensas semanas de proceso —una dedicada a la lectura de las 259 solicitudes recibidas, otra al debate con los cinco miembros del jurado (formado por Alexandra Laudo, Antònia Folguera, Joan Casellas, Mireia Sallarès y Latitudes, junto a Oriol Gual (director de La Capella) y David Armengol (coordinador de la comisión), ambos últimos con voz pero sin voto), y una tercera semana entrevistando a 32 finalistas— el jurado y equipo de tutores de Barcelona Producció ha decidido premiar a los siguientes 15 proyectos para su producción y presentación a lo largo de la temporada 2019-2020 (fechas por confirmar):

PROYECTOS EXPOSITIVOS

Sala Grande – Exposición individual
  • "Kyklos" de Martín Llavaneras (29 octubre 2019—16 febrero 2020)
  • "Faula rodona / Sols i embogits / Entre la precisió total i una canço de Sau" de Pere Llobera (10 marzo 2020—31 mayo 2020)
  • "Joc d'infants" de Lola Lasurt (16 junio 2020—4 octubre 2020)
    Sala Gran – Proyecto de comisariado
    • "Esdevenir inmortal i després morir" de Caterina Almirall (20 octubre 2020—31 enero 2021)

    PROYECTOS NO EXPOSITIVOS
      Proyectos deslocalizados
      • "La balena del Prat al Prat / Retorn" de Consol Llupià,
      • "Serps d'aigua. Les rieres ocultes i la construcció simbòlica de Barcelona" de Sitesize (Joan Vila Puig y Elvira Pujol),
      Investigación
      • "Nomenar, posseir. Crítica de la pràctica taxonòmica" de Agustín Ortiz Herrera;
      • "Correspondències simbòliques entre folklore catòlic i música màkina al Casc Antic de Barcelona" de Marc O'Callaghan;
      Publicación
      Acción en vivo (22, 23, 24 septiembre 2019)
      Proyectos de creación transdisciplinar y medios digitales 
      Proyecto educativo y de mediación
      • "εξέδρα (Exedra). L'Art com a eina d'equiparació social" de Jordi Ferreiro.
      Latitudes tutorizará los proyectos de Lola LasurtConsol Llupià y Agustín Ortiz Herrera. Más información y calendario 2019–2021 se irá publicando y actualizando en nuestra web.

      Exposición "El Misterio de Caviria" de Antoni Hervàs, parte de la programación de Barcelona Producció 2016 en La Capella. Su proyecto fue galardonado con el Premi Ciutat de Barcelona 2016 y el Premio ACCA al Proyecto Artístico 2016. Proyecto tutorizado por Latitudes. Fotos: Pep Herrero, Barcelona Producció/La Capella.

      Si en la anterior convocatoria se habían doblado el número de categorías pasando de nueve a dieciocho y se sumaron tres nuevos tutores, en esta ocasión la sala pequeña ha sido eliminada aunque se ha introducido un proyecto de educación y mediación
      destinado a la realización de acciones educativas dirigidas al público general sobre la base de las actividades programadasLos proyectos para "Entornos digitales" han pasado a denominarse "Proyectos de creación transdisciplinar y medios digitales" y serán tutorizados por Antònia Folguera.

      Los proyectos deslocalizados, de publicación, los proyectos de creación transdisciplinar y medios digitales, y los de investigación se producirán y presentarán a lo largo de la temporada según el calendario de las propuestas. Los de acción en vivo tendrán lugar tres días consecutivos en Septiembre y Joan Casellas se encargará de tutorizarlos.

      Publicación ‘The Drowned Giant’ realizada por Anna Moreno producido con el apoyo de Barcelona Producció 2017, La Capella, Institut de Cultura de Barcelona. Proyecto tutorizado por Latitudes. Foto: Anna Moreno.

      Vista de la exposición ‘La disidencia nostálgica’ comisariada por Joana Hurtado Matheu, parte de la programación Barcelona Producció 2017, La Capella. Proyecto tutorizado por Latitudes. Foto: Pep Herrero, Barcelona Producció/La Capella.

      Barcelona Producció es una convocatoria anual dirigida a la comunidad artística de Barcelona y su área de influencia. Es una iniciativa del Institut de Cultura de Barcelona (ICUB) del Ajuntament de Barcelona.

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      'Compositions' a programme of five artists' interventions for the second Barcelona Gallery Weekend, 29 September–2 October 2016


      Compositions presents five artistic interventions in unique sites across the neighbourhoods of the city of Barcelona. Each of the commissioned artists is represented by a gallery participating in the second edition of the Barcelona Gallery Weekend.

      Curated by Latitudes for the second time (see 2015 edition), the project further explores Barcelona as a rich fabric of the historic and the contemporary, the unfamiliar and the conspicuous. Resisting an overall theme, and instead developing from the artists’ responses to the specificity of each context—people as well as places—the five art projects form a temporary thread that links evocative locations and public space, running parallel to the Weekend’s exhibitions in galleries and museums. 

      In its second edition, Composiciones will present interventions by Lúa Coderch (Club Billar Barcelona); Regina Giménez (Antigua Fábrica de Can Trinxet, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat); Lola Lasurt (Biblioteca Pública Arús); Robert Llimós (connecting all the participating galleries) and Wilfredo Prieto (Unitat Muntada de la Guàrdia Urbana de Barcelona). Their projects will offer moments of intermission, intimacy and bewilderment throughout the weekend, highlighting some lesser-known aspects of the city’s cultural heritage and municipal life.

      Interior of the Club Billar Barcelona. Photo: Courtesy Club Billar Barcelona.
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      Intervention by Lúa Coderch Club Billar Barcelona
      Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 595-599
      08007 Barcelona

      Public transport:
      Metro: Passeig de Gràcia (L2, L3, L4)
      Bus: 7, 50, 54, 67, 68, H12

      Opening hours:
      Thursday 29 September: 5–9pm
      Friday 30 September, Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 October: 11am–7pm 

      Lúa Coderch’s project for the Compositions programme brings a mysterious and improbable apparition to life in the home of the Club de Billar Barcelona. Beneath the Teatre Coliseum in Gran Vía there is a rainbow. Coderch guides sunlight and a spectrum of colours down into the underground gaming space with a series of precisely positioned mirrors and prisms, as if evoking the mechanics, geometry and artistry involved in billiards. Accompanying the rainbow is a turntable and a transparent vinyl record that can be used to play an audio recording of a female voice. This voice narrates and interprets what can be seen in front of us, and the process that led to its appearance. The title of her intervention, The Rainbow Statement” (2016), refers to one of the verbal tricks used by fortune-tellers and clairvoyants in ‘cold reading’ an individual’s life or personality. Suggestively nebulous assertions maximize the chance of apparently specific and meaningful paranormal insights hitting the mark. The Rainbow Statement” is either an experiment of the imagination or a phenomenon of optical science with which Coderch seems to have invented a form of psychic meteorology, or spectral physics.

      Sunday 2 October, 12am: 
      Free guided visit by the Lúa Coderch and Latitudes at the Club Billar Barcelona, Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 595-599.

      Interior of the Biblioteca Pública Arús.
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      Intervention by Lola Lasurt  –  Biblioteca Pública Arús
      Passeig de Sant Joan, 26
      08010 Barcelona

      Opening hours:
      Thursday 29 September: 5–9pm;
      Friday 30 September: 11am–7pm;
      Saturday 1 October: 11am–2pm;
      Sunday 2
      October: CLOSED;
      Monday 3
      October: 11am–6pm;
      Tuesday 4
      October: 11am–6pm.
       
      Public transport:
      Metro: Arc de Triomf (L1)
      Rodalies: R1, R3, R4 Arc de Triomf
      Bus: 19, 51, 55, B20, B25, N4, N11


      For her intervention for the Compositions programme, Lola Lasurt has collaborated with the Biblioteca Pública Arús, a study centre founded in 1895 with an outstanding collections related to the labour movement, anarchism, Freemasonry and Sherlock Holmes. The project centres on a series of grisaille paintings that form a pictorial frieze that hangs from the balcony above a presentation of books in the Arús’s display cases. Under the title Donació” (Donation), 2016, Lasurt departs from 135 publications that once formed the personal library of Assumpta Corbera Santanach that were gifted in 2010 to the Arús after her death. Corbera Santanach identified as a feminist and a Freemason; she was not a public figure. Yet the impulse of Lasurt’s project is not primarily biographic or historiographic, but bibliographic and pictorial. Accordingly, Donació” attempts to narrate changes in social and cultural attitudes through the selection and redrafting of images that appear on the pages of the bibliographic bequest. Treating the publications as an intimate accumulation of ‘alternative’ knowledge and a representation of a self-education, Lasurt is interested in the portrayal of a private political imagination in the midst of what is now a public collection. – Latitudes

      Thursday 29 September, 6pm: 
      Free guided visit by Lola Lasurt and Latitudes at the Biblioteca Pública Arús, Passeig de Sant Joan, 26.

       Interior of Can Trinxet factory in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat.
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      Intervention by Regina Giménez will take place at the Antigua fábrica textil Can Trinxet
      c/ Santa Eulàlia 182–212
      08902 L’Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona)

      Opening hours:
      Thursday 29 September: 5–8pm

      Friday 30 September, Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 October: 11am–7pm

      Public transport:
      Metro: Santa Eulàlia o Torrassa (L1)
      Bus: L16, L52, L82, L85, LH1, N13

      The manufacturing and printing of textiles formed the basis of the industrial revolution in Catalunya. Beyond the actual fabric, it is the machinery of its production and the people who operated it—especially women—that underpins Regina Giménez’s presentation of her graphic works as part of the Compositions programme. Taking place in one of the buildings that comprises Can Trinxet, a former textile factory complex that once employed the largest workforce in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Giménez’s intervention comprises painted compositions that are derived from schematic representations of machines and their components. Her abstractions have been applied on transparent panels that lean against a scarred factory wall, becoming devices that reanimate the marks and memories embedded in the building. An accompanying poster evokes the clamour that once would have filled the workshop in typographic form. Giménez has titled her project "La Constancia" (2016) in tribute to the labor union that called a general strike in 1913 to protest the conditions of the female and child workers who undertook the textile industry’s most monotonous and arduous tasks. – Latitudes

      Friday 30 September, 12am:
      Free guided visit by Regina Giménez and Latitudes at Can Trinxet, c/ Santa Eulàlia 182–212, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat.

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      Robert Llimós' intervention will connect all the participating galleries of the Barcelona Gallery Weekend. 

      Hours:
      Thursday 29 September: 5–9pm
      Friday 30 September, Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 October: 11am–7pm

      Robert Llimós presents a new version of an action that was originally created in the summer of 1972. One of the very few performative works of an artist primarily known for his paintings and sculptures, "Los Corredores" (The Runners) was first realized as part of the legendary avant-garde art festival known as Los Encuentros de Pamplona (The Pamplona Encounters). On that occasion, three people dressed in identical running gear speed-walked throughout the city, connecting the various venues of the festival. As his project for the Composiciones programme, Llimós’s Los Corredores is now restaged on the streets of Barcelona. Three athletes criss-cross the city, seemingly rushing to see every venue of the Gallery Weekend. As in Pamplona, the white sports kits have been adorned by Llimós with black diagonal brushstrokes that symbolize the idea of painting. At times the speed-walking trio carry flowers, or have their ankles joined with elastic ribbon—a painting-as-workout that has left the studio for the street with decoration, discipline, and a dynamic sense of urgency. – Latitudes 

      Friday 30 September, 5pm:  
      Free guided visit by Robert Llimós and Latitudes. Meeting point: BlueProject Foundation, c/Princesa 57.
      Façade of the Unitat Muntada de la Guàrdia Urbana de Barcelona in Parc de la Ciutadella.
      Location of the Unitat Muntada in the southeastern part of the Parc de la Ciutadella. Zoom in a map here.

      The intervention by Wilfredo Prieto will take place at the Unitat Muntada de la Guàrdia Urbana de Barcelona (Barcelona City Police Stables)
      c/ Wellington s/n 
      08018 Barcelona

      Public transport:
      Metro: Vil·la Olímpica (L4)  
      Tram: Ciutadella–Vil·la Olímpica (just opposite)
      Bus: 36, 59, 92, N0, V21, V27

      Opening hours:
      Thursday 29 September: CLOSED
      Friday 30
      September, Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 October: 11–12am*
      [*] Doors open daily at 10:30am. Kindly note that a photo ID (DNI or passport) is required to enter.]
        
      Conceived by Wilfredo Prieto as his project for the Composiciones programme, "Pantalones rotos" (Torn Jeans), 2012, is realised by the horses of the Guàrdia Urbana de Barcelona. The action-sculpture takes place at the Mounted Unit’s stables, a historic venue next to the city zoo that is not normally open to the public and whose exercise paddock is overlooked by the twin towers of the Torre Mapfre and Hotel Arts. In his work Prieto makes reference to an image which appears on the tag of every pair of classic Levi’s denim jeans—two horses trying in vain to break a pair of the reinforced trousers. Since their invention in 1873, Levi Strauss & Co.’s famous copper-riveted denim has become synonymous with the working people of the western United States—cowboys, lumberjacks, and railroad workers. Yet in "Pantalones rotos", this symbol of the American frontier myth has been already torn apart with bathos as two harnessed horses each drag one half of a torn pair of jeans. – Latitudes  

      Saturday 1 October, 12am:
      Free guided visit by Latitudes at the Unitat Muntada de la Guàrdia Urbana. Meeting point: c/ Wellington s/n. (Opposite the tram stop Ciutadella–Vil·la Olímpica) 

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      The Barcelona Gallery Weekend is an initiative of the de Art Barcelona and is supported by the Ajuntament de Barcelona (ICUB), the Generalitat de Catalunya (ICEC), the Ajuntament de L’Hospitalet de Llobregat and Acción Cultural Española (AC/E), as well as by private sponsors and individual patrons. http://www.barcelonagalleryweekend.com/


      Related content:

      • Composiciones 2015 commissions;
      • Storify – 2015 social media archive;
      • Instagram of the Barcelona Gallery Weekend;
      • PRESS RELEASE: Latitudes curates "Composiciones", a series of five artists' commissions for the first Barcelona Gallery Weekend, 1–4 October 2015; 
      • NOTA DE PRENSA: Comisariado de "Composiciones", cinco intervenciones artísticas para el primer Barcelona Gallery Weekend, 1–4 Octubre 2015;




      Barcelona Gallery Weekend 2016 – Artists and locations of the programme "Composiciones" announced


      A "Save The Date" press release (scroll down for different languages) has been sent out with information of the participating galleries and spaces and their exhibitions for the forthcoming Barcelona Gallery Weekend (29 September–2October 2016)

      Returning for its second edition in 2016, Latitudes will curate "Compositions" (Composiciones), a series of artistic interventionsin unique sitesacross the neighbourhoods of the city. Each of the commissioned artists is represented by a gallery participating in the Barcelona Gallery Weekend. 

      Resisting an overall theme, and instead developing from the artists’ responses to the specificity of each context—people as well as places—the five art projects form a temporary thread that links evocative locations and public space, running parallel to the Weekend’s exhibitions in galleries and museums.  

      The invited artists are Lúa Coderch  (Iquitos, Perú, 1982), Regina Giménez (Barcelona, 1966), Lola Lasurt  (Barcelona, 1983), Robert Llimós  (Barcelona, 1943), and Wilfredo Prieto (Santi Spiritus, Cuba, 1978), and the spaces where their interventions will take place are: 
      The full schedule of routes, guided tours and parallel programming will be announced in September.

      'Composiciones', five new commissions for the Barcelona Gallery Weekend, 1–4 October 2015.

      "Compositions" is a programme of artists’ interventions originally conceived and curated by Latitudes for the first Barcelona Gallery Weekend in 2015, when it produced five projects by David Bestué (in the former ceramics factory Cosme Toda, L'Hospitalet); Dora García (at the Biblioteca del Campo Freudiano de Barcelona); Jordi Mitjà (in the Museu Geològic del Seminari de Barcelona); Rasmus Nilausen in collaboration with Pere Llobera (at the house of the former priest, gardens of La Central del Raval) y Daniel Steegmann Mangrané (in the Umbracle – Shadehouse – at the Parc de la Ciutadella). 

      #BarcelonaGalleryWeekend
      #Composiciones2016

      Related content:

      • Composiciones 2015 commissions;
      • Storify – 2015 social media archive;
      • Instagram of the Barcelona Gallery Weekend;
      • PRESS RELEASE: Latitudes curates "Composiciones", a series of five artists' commissions for the first Barcelona Gallery Weekend, 1–4 October 2015; 
      • NOTA DE PRENSA: Comisariado de "Composiciones", cinco intervenciones artísticas para el primer Barcelona Gallery Weekend, 1–4 Octubre 2015;




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