Three projects that weave together, in Wroclaw: Ainara LeGardon, Jaime de los Ríos and Eneko Gil

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2015-06-26

 

Artists Ainara LeGardon, Jaime de los Ríos and Eneko Gil are already in Wroclaw with the artistic stay that they got able to do thanks to the the Etxepare Basque Institute and DSS2016. Each project has begun to develop, and if that were not enough, the artists are creating interdisciplinary links between projects, as Ainara LeGardon tells us in her blog.

"While living with Jaime de los Ríos and Eneko Gil, there have been tremendously funny, inspiring and reflective situations. So much so, that a few days ago I decided to integrate their artistic projects in mine, although I still don’t know how. (...) ". Those were the first lines of the last post in the blog of the artist, were she writes about the adventure they are living in Wroclaw.

Ainara LeGardon mixes voices with sounds of objects and even with her own body to create sound works. This time, she will base on the cities of Donostia and Wroclaw: she will find similar locations and interactions with the historical past and create meeting points between the cities, citizens and artists. Jaime de los Rios will build a digital bridge between Donostia and Wroclaw through a collective project: thanks to the platformTwitter, the citizens themselves become actors and creators, in the meeting point between words and images. The artist will use the social network for the free exchange of ideas between the cultural capitals; a direct exchange, without intermediaries, and in real time. Eneko Gil, however, will embody the life and work of the Polish writer Bruno Schulz in a dance solo that combines traditional and contemporary Basque dance.

 

 

 

Artists Ainara LeGardon, Jaime de los Ríos and Eneko Gil are already in Wroclaw with the artistic stay that they got able to do thanks to the the Etxepare Basque Institute and DSS2016. Each project has begun to develop, and if that were not enough, the artists are creating interdisciplinary links between projects, as Ainara LeGardon tells us in her blog.

"While living with Jaime de los Ríos and Eneko Gil, there have been tremendously funny, inspiring and reflective situations. So much so, that a few days ago I decided to integrate their artistic projects in mine, although I still don’t know how. (...) ". Those were the first lines of the last post in the blog of the artist, were she writes about the adventure they are living in Wroclaw.

Ainara LeGardon mixes voices with sounds of objects and even with her own body to create sound works. This time, she will base on the cities of Donostia and Wroclaw: she will find similar locations and interactions with the historical past and create meeting points between the cities, citizens and artists. Jaime de los Rios will build a digital bridge between Donostia and Wroclaw through a collective project: thanks to the platformTwitter, the citizens themselves become actors and creators, in the meeting point between words and images. The artist will use the social network for the free exchange of ideas between the cultural capitals; a direct exchange, without intermediaries, and in real time. Eneko Gil, however, will embody the life and work of the Polish writer Bruno Schulz in a dance solo that combines traditional and contemporary Basque dance.

Photo: Ainara LeGardon

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