TRANS_MUTATIONS, 2017, Linz, Austria

 

 

“TRANS_MUTATIONS”, 2017, interactive video installation, Materiales: interactive interfaces.

After the end of the industrial production era, some cities pursued transformation through the idea of becoming living labs, platforms for innovation and manufactures of future. The blast furnaces and industrial factories wich once forged the economy, shed their skin into a new stage of society´s development, where the economy underwent a transition form the production of goods to the provision of services along with the valuation of knowledge and the service of the creative culture. This metamorphosis is known in sociology as the post –industrial society.

Linz and Bilbao are two citiessharing strategical stages of development. From heavy industries to services, from ecological disasters and darkened polluted face to the transformation of the coty throught architectural and atistic facades, shining titanium and electric neons as active agents of an environmental and urban regeration. The rivers Danube and Nervion, once a main waterway for commerce and communication, gradually have become the spatial context for cultural and artistic institutions and events.

Captura de pantalla 2017-08-15 a la(s) 11.20.52

http://www.bilbaoartdistrict.com/comisario-txema-agiriano-entrevista-la-artista-amaia-vicente/?lang=en

 

 

 

 

 

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IS EUROPE A UTOPIA?, 2016

ARS ELECTRONICA FESTIVAL 2016: “THE ALCHEMIST OF OUR TIME”,  “Interface Culture; Speculative Materialities”, Linz, Austria, 2016, Audio Interactive Installation.

VOICES: Julia Nüßlein & Tabitha Haynes

https://vimeo.com/183122863

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ARS ELECTRONICA FESTIVAL CATALOGUE  2016

http://www.aec.at/radicalatoms/files/2016/08/festival2016.pdf

 https://www.flickr.com/photos/interface_cultures/albums/72157673870798375

 

 

 

FABRA I COATS. FÀBRICA DE CREACIÓ DE BARCELONA

BARCELONA, SPAIN, 2017

http://ajuntament.barcelona.cat/fabraicoats/es

Captura de pantalla 2018-03-12 a la(s) 12.02.39

 

 

 

 

PIAZZETA DURANTE,

NAPLES, 8 MARCH, 2018,

http://www.cantieregiovani.org

https://www.facebook.com/PiazzettaDurante/

 

 

 

 

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