Jordi Canudas. 1021 Dies. Mercat i memòria

27/10/2011 at 10.00 am until 2.00 pm and at 4.00 pm until 6.00 pm

Pati Manning
Plató del CERC
C/ Montalegre, 7
08001 Barcelona
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Aimed at:
Council technicians responsible for visual arts programmes and /or
multidisciplinary cultural programmes



To provide municipalities with the tools:
A) To promote collaborative artistic practice as instruments foranalysis and raising awareness, as well as for action.
B) To demonstrate the visual arts as a contributing factor in solving.
the social challenges of our time (a potential which surely must be encouraged especially in times of crisis).
C) To present creative proposals making closer multidisciplinary contact between the social, cultural, educational and artistic fields.
D) To increase visibility, understanding and integration of contemporary art among the public.

Presentation of projects by their promoters, from artistic and other sectors, based on the premise that the visual arts comprise a powerful tool for cultural and social development. That is, we aim to present ideas and artistic practices which clearly link art and society, involving professionals whose work is   a shared proccess between art
and other disciplines.

The session includes five project presentations and two debate tables. With the participation of Ramon Parramon, Jordi Canudas / Carme Carbonell, Laia Solé / Glòria Safont-Tria, Javier Rodrigo and Marta Ricart.

La jornada es desenvolupa mitjançant cinc ponències amb la presentació de projectes i dues sessions de debat. Amb la participació de Ramon Parramon, Jordi Canudas / Carme Carbonell, Laia Solé / Glòria Safont-Tria, Javier Rodrigo i Marta Ricart.

Organised by:
Programa d’Arts Visuals. Àrea de Coneixement i Noves tecnologies. Diputació de Barcelona
[www.diba.cat/oda/arts_visuals.asp] i ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies


10 am to 10,15 am Introduction by Rosa Serra, Coordinator of Àrea de Coneixement i Noves Tecnologies de la Diputació de Barcelona

10,15am  to 11am Ramon Parramon, director d'ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies

Art, educació i Territori.
How to go beyond habitual approaches such as education through art? Or how to find new audiences for art through a combination of the three elements of art, education and territory?. This combination aims to generate mechanisms by which to create environments for  knowledge transfer, the exchange of experiences, the encouragement of interdisciplinary relationships, and new social dynamics, all achieved by connecting artistic practice with a local context. The experiences presented in this session formulate revisions and recombination of three interconnected elements: art, education and work-related networks, deployed in a given environment.

11 am to 12 pm Jordi Canudas, artist, and Carme Carbonell, teacher of Escola La Sínia de Vic

Al portal de casa_i els constructors_Barri del Remei de Vic (Vic, 2011) sorgeix de la iniciativa d'endegar projectes en col·laboració entre diferents institucions a partir de la idea de creuar art, educació i territori. Entrellaça l'experiència i vivència en el barri (territori), la implicació de professors i alumnes d'una escola de primària i de l'escola d'art (pedagogia), amb elements de projecció, representació, articulació de continguts, mirada crítica i analítica de l'entorn (art).

12 pm to 12,30 pm Break

12,30 pm 1,30 pm Laia Solé i Glòria Safont-Tria, artists

Bcn xuta (Barcelona, 2007-2008) is the result of research included in he exhibition "Post-it city. Ciutats Ocasionals" (CCCB, Barcelona, curated by Martí Peran). The project was conducted jointly by both artists and focused on the informal sporting uses of public space in the city.

A video documenting how members of three communities, Pakistani, Ecuadorian and skateboarder, modify space and the  rules of the game itself in order to practice their sport in Barcelona: cricket, ecuavòlei, and skateboarding respectively. The search for new areas
(unsused land, shopping mall parking lots, parks, etc ...), as well as their modification for sport  are common tactics in all three
communities. FUrther, the artists used some of these tactics in a street action for a second video, in which a team of people played kick ball in the centre of Barcelona, making visible the limits of public space and the ability of the game to encourage interaction.

1,30 pm  to 2 pm Debate table moderated by Ramon Parramon

4 pm to 4,45 pm Javier Rodrigo, artist

Transductors. Collective pedagogies and space politics is a cultural project aiming to research and enable initiatives which join artistic
practice, political intervention and education in a flexible way.

Collective pedagogies refers to projects moving between education, art and activism, promoting  the transformation of specific social problems through sustainable development, citizen participation and visual culture from multidisciplinary work groups.

Spatial politics refers to alternative practices proposing a more comprehensive, diverse and participatory space through the collaboration of urban planning and architecture with other fields of knowledge (such as art, education, sociology, ethnography, ecology and community work).

4,45 pm to 5,30 pm Marta Ricart

Escòpics. Visual creative processes to stimulate social imagination is an art project to stimulate community based on the creation of two groups of digital reporters in the towns of Solsona and Calaf in charge
of reinventing their environment.

Grup de Reporters i Reporteres de la Gent Gran de Solsona is part of an outreach educational initiative by Serveis Socials de l'Ajuntament de Solsona, started in 2004. Grup de Reporters i Reporteres Digitals de Calaf is part of a community action promoted by  "Barri Amunt", a programme coordinated by Associació l'Arada framed in the “Pla de Barris” ( district planning) of the town of Calaf.

The proposal started as a digital photography workshop, which in addition to teaching the main techniques of digital photography, introduced new ways of looking at reality  through photography. The optics of a camera, taken as a central axis of different ways of looking
at the world around us, has made possible the teaching of the concept of  the point of view from which we situate ourselves to see and understand reality, and has allowed a framework of reflection to be set up regarding the place where each participant is situated within the limits of their environment.

5,30 pm to 6 pm Debate table moderated by Ramon Parramon


Jordi Canudas

Visual artist and teacher at Escola Massana Centre d'Art i Disseny-UAB. Has created site-specific projects in Barcelona, Girona, Vic, Reus, Mataró, Madrid, Oviedo,Grenoble, Bordeus, Marsella, Florència, Aalst i Brussel·les. In recent years he has taken an interest in working with the notion of place and time, location, context and territory. Notable projects include Hospital 106, 4t 1a (1995-2005), with Isabel Banal, about urban and social transformations in the Raval district of Barcelona, and 1021 dies. Mercat i Memòria_Mercat de Sant Antoni (2007-2009), a dialogue from contemporary art practices in relation to place and people at the time prior to the redevelopment of this iconic market. His work looks towards everyday life, in order to preserve memories and experiences  outside official records.

Carme Carbonell

Teacher, her career has been based upon  research and  activities regarding  management and attention to diversity in the classroom and the link with pupils' surroundings. Participating teacher in the Pla de Formació Permanent de Professorat del Departament d'Ensenyament and in the  Programa de Formació inicial per a l'exercici de la funció directiva. She has been a headmistress for the Escola La Sínia de Vic.

Ramon Parramon

Director of ACVic, Centre d'Arts Contemporànies. From 1999 director of Idensitat, a collective platform where he evolved his artist practice. He has organised and participated in forums, seminars and workshops regarding Arts and Social space. He has published books and catalogues such as Acciones Reversibles. Art, Educació i Territori (Eumo Editorial / ACVic, 2010); Local / Visitant. Art i creació contemporània en l'espai social (Idensitat, 2010) or Art, experiències i territoris en procés (Idensitat, 2008). His work focuses on multidisciplinary projects and centres upon his interest in the role art can play in specific social and political contexts. [http://idensitat.net]

Marta Ricart

Artist, teacher and researcher. Her work involves research, education, art and community activism. She has been a secondary school teacher and also tutor at Àrea d'Educació Artística de la Facultat de Belles Arts de la Universitat de Barcelona . She is a founder member of Teleduca. Educació i Comunicació, and co-founder of Xarxa Artibarri. Comunitats Creatives per al Canvi Social. She has writen articles on art and community activism, and is co-author of the publications Joves, Creació i Comunitat (Col·lecció Finestra Oberta. Fundació Jaume Bofill) and
Processos Creatius Transformadors (Ed. El Serbal).  From 2001 she stimulated community art projects  with collectives, different age groups and in different contexts. She is currently finishing her doctoral thesis and is working on the project Acne, a proposal for rural revitalisation through art.

Javier Rodrigo

Researcher and teacher of art. He has worked coordinating courses for art teachers and facilitators in various Spanish and European museums such as the European seminar Pràctiques Dialògiques for its three editions, at the international conferences ACVic: Accions Reversibles: Art, educació i territori (2008) and Negociacions culturals (2009) per UNIA, arteypensamiento. As an educator has developed collaborative projects and exhibitions in various cities and museums in Spain.

As a researcher has written several texts on work with communities, cultural policies and education, in addition to master classes and lectures at several  national and European universities. He has been a guest editor in the latest volume Desacuerdos, art and education. He has collaborated with several centres of art, both with educational projects and as a consultant (as La Virreina in Barcelona or MNCARS in Madrid).

He is currently a member of the Association Artibarri, coordinator of the international project Transducers  and its various extensions,
seminars and workshops, in collaboration with Antonio Collados [www.transductores.net] . Also co-coordinates the project Aula a la
Deriva regarding pedagogy and networks  with other collectives in Barcelona.

Glòria Safont -Tria

Artist. Diploma  in Fine Arts and PhD student from the Universitat de Barcelona and Paris ENSBA. Her work reflects on the media in a specific territory or physical space, often from a social aspect. Her projects originate in the possibilities of interacting with a site , and take different forms: photography, video, drawing or mixed techniques.

She has curated collections of video work from various artists (París, Nuit Blanche, 2000), has conducted a workshop in the city of Venice (New visions for Venice, 2005) and has shown her work in venues such as Ca L'Arenas (Mataró, "Interiors", 2009), Maçart (Maçanet de Cabrenys, "Hissada", 2008); CCCB (Barcelona, "Post-it City", 2008); Can Palauet (Mataró, "Empelts socials", 2006);  public space displays (Manresa, Sabadell, Terrassa, Mataró, "Advertising", 2002-2003); at Paris Project Room (París, "Une boutique d'été", 2001); at  22A space(Barcelona, "Off-site", 2001); Antonio de Barnola Gallery ("Me dirijo a ti", 2001); Eóf space (París, 2000); and H. Associació per a les Arts Contemporànies (Vic, "Tornaveu", 1998).

She has participated in various interventions with ACM (Mataró) and Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto (Biella) and as part of a  group she has participated in projects regarding territories and their users (BCN xuta, El marge, Rieres i Rambles, Un rècord per Pellestrina).

Laia Solé

Visual artist and teacher at Universitat de Vic. Combines teaching with esearch and creative projects, exploring the dynamics of space. Some of her works where shown at the exhibiiton "Catalitzadors. Art, educació, territori", Arts Santa Mònica (Barcelona, 2011), and "Balkan Suite",
Espai Zero1 (Olot 2008). She has participated in collective projects such as  "Rieres / Rambles" (Barcelona, 2007) as a member of the
collecive Osservatorio Nomade-Barcelona;  "Post-it city: ciutats ocasionals" (Barcelona, 2008) as part of one of the research team and in
"Trans_Art, Laboratori de pràctiques artístiques en el context sanitari" (Barcelona, 2008) as a resident artist.