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GUIDED VISITS



visites expo mare terra brIN THE NAME OF THE MOTHER, IN THE NAME OF THE EARTH

Isabel Banal | Raquel Friera | Lucía Loren | Olga Olivera-Tabeni | Irene Pérez | Carme Sanglas | Eulàlia Valldosera
Curated by Assumpta Bassas Vila

Dates: 24/1 – 25/4/2020
Groups: Recommended for all ages. Infant and Primary school pupils, secondary school students, students in further education, parents’ association members, family groups, adult groups, leisure groups, etc..

Duration: 60 minutes (guided visit + activity). 60 minutes approximately (adaptable to group needs).
Cost: Free visit and activities
Observations: ACVic offers teachers the option of a prior visit to the exhibition and the guided tour, so that their group visit may be adapted according to the group’s needs. Educators and parents are invited to a guided tour on Thursday 13th February 5.30 pm [Free activity – Please confirm attendance.]
Visits will be documented by photographs, which will be sent to the designated group contact, and which will be published on the web. More information on the exhibition and visits: ACVic | http://acvic.org/ 93 885 37 04 o This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


GUIDED VISIT FOR GROUPS

Curator Assumpta Bassas has brought together seven artists in this exhibition who speak from their life experiences, as determined by the fact of their womanhood. They reflect upon motherhood, and upon nature, based on a trusting relationship with her, understanding the earth as a teacher and nurturer of knowledge.

It is an exhibition that puts life at the centre, "to honour the memory of those who have spoken, in spite of patriarchal-capitalist violence, in order to maintain an awareness of the common good.

" How might the 4'33 '' work of musician John Cage be reinterpreted from a feminist perspective? Where is the remembrance of those women accused of witchcraft to be found? What kind of relationship might the artist establish with a natural space marked by the violence which it has suffered historically? These are some of the questions answered in this exhibition.

ACVic's guided tours aim to familiarise visitors with contemporary art in order to enrich their cultural background, and to encourage a critical perspective.

LINKED EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY
The Earth that gives life

A mountain of soil welcomes visitors to the art centre. What does it mean? What does it imply to us? What emerges from the earth? The earth as a creator, a mother, the origin of everything and also a victim of human mistreatment. The visit begins with this perspective. This mountain of earth represents the beginning and the end of the tour through the exhibition curated by Assumpta Bassas.