This Saturday, November 25th at 8:30pm, AADK Spain opens Centro Negra to the public to show the research processes of the Artists in Residence.
Sebastian and Nefeli present a working draft of a choreographic piece. In it, they reflect over the idea of multiplicity and over the conception of Queer. They display and put into action a series of movements, gestures, and materials through which they intend to dissect the polyvalence of both terms.
Throughout her residency, Gona detaches from her traditional background in Korean painting. She translates her academic knowledge and her classic materials (Korean ink and paper) to new means and elements, creating pieces were she explores the human morphology from a more experimental perspective.
Paula works around the idea of deconstruction. She intends to determine how much of the initial meaning is still imprinted when something is disassembled. Her process begins exploring different materials, and choosing techniques that reinforce the idea of form and counterform: rubbing, stenciling, engraving, printing. Through them, she creates a catalogue of material samples that she later uses as constructive elements of her installation pieces.
More info: Open Studios November 2017 Dossier