PAIC Participatory Art for Invisible Communities
PAIC / VIC | 2017
- WORKSHOP | Sonja Vuk - Jordi Lafon with Aurora Gestió de Projectes Socials, Casal de Mossèn Josep Guiteras, Centre Obert de Vic and Creu Roja
- ROUND TABLE | Anna Dot, Fabiola Mora and Judit Font + Presentation of the results of the workshop Jordi Lafon / Sonja Vuk
Friday 28th April 2017 at 6 pm in ACVic
Project by Alicia Casadesús and Antoni Clapés
MICROGRAM FROM THE WALL
29th and 30th April 2017
Micrograms is an artistic project which originated from a correspondence between visual artist Alícia Casadesús and poet Antoni Clapés, which they kept up for over three years. Starting out with provisional material, suggested projects, intuitions, notes and outlines, the project continued to develop, culminating in a show of work.
Deriva Mussol is led by Jordi Lafon and Eva Marichalar-Freixa in collaboration with everyone interested in their proposals. Their long professional record in education and visual and performing arts, brought them to embrace walking practices as a way to explore endless possibilities for creation and learning in contemporary contexts.
They enjoy generating actions as well as sharing gathering spaces which are meant to be open, permeable and in motion.
Deriva Mussol is part of Nursery Projects of ACVic Contemporary Center Arts.
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Collaborative projects between art centers and schools of art and design
Subsidized activity by the Ministerio de Educación, Cultura Deporte and with the support of the Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya and VICCC 2016.
Art and City. Vic
Vic is a city which has been driving several extra-local initiatives. It stands out as a city of fairs and markets, as a university city, as a gastronomic city, as a city with a rich historical heritage, or as a city which organises numerous cultural events.
A project curated by Deriva Mussol
Supported by Obertament and the Fundació Centre Mèdic Psicopedagògic d’Osona.
In collaboration with ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies and Universitat de Vic-Universitat Central de Catalunya.
Deriva Mussol is part of the Nursery Projets of ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies de Vic.
Comparative Grievance by La Comunidad
in ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies
Activity subsidized by Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte
The ritual that is not constantly changing becomes the standard. This standardization causes the rite to become absorbed within the quotidian. The alteration of the liturgy lets us re-memorise the essence of the ceremonial and the tradition itself, through experience. This alteration, from the most literal gesture, becomes an appropriation of the outside, or of the ritual which has been snatched away from the community, in the reiteration of the customary.mbre.
Deriva Mussol - Simultaneous Walk
Vic > Deriva Mussol
New York > The Walk Exchange
Saturday, 25th May 2013
10 pm ACVic (Sant Francesc, 1 Vic)
4.30 pm Outpost Artists Resources (1665 Norman St. Ridgewood, New York)
Morir de Frío
Following the public presentation by Morir de frio ( Dying of Cold) at ACVic last June, this collective has been included in the programme In Situ to begin a process of joint work, whose main objective is to promote and enhance their current work, which has been displayed on their blog since the beginning of the project.
CONSTEL.LACIONS. Barri del Remei
CONSTEL.LACIONS. Project in process
Andrea Olmedo Río, María Salazar Riaño, Rita Buil and non ten xeito
Project's presentation Thuesday 21.11.2012 at 7.00 pm under the program of Nits Digitals
Exhibition: 21.11.2012 - 05.01.2012
Place: ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies
The Project Nursery is a program which offers support to artists' projects, individually or collectively, facilitating the connection of those in a social and cultural environment.
PACO ARROYO – FONOTECA 2.0
FONOTECA 2.0 (Sound Library 2.0) is a project by Paco Arroyo within the residencies programme Campo Adentro and with the collaboration of Cal Gras Alberg de Cultura and ACVIC. Centre d’Arts Contemporànies.
DERIVA MUSSOL. Work in process.
08.06.2012 - 22.09.2012
Helena Català Rodas, Blanca Garcias Castells, Guillem Vilamitjana Masramon, Ona Castellsagué Bonada, Georgina Martí Farell, Eva Marichalar Freixa, Jordi Lafon Guerrero, Anna Prat Fontseca, Mireia Planàs Serradell i Òscar Pujol Pladevall
Proposals part of the Project Nursery
Selected projects from the open call promoted by ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies with the collaboration of VIT Vic Innovació Tecnològica.
S.P.O.T. workshops from the Makea Tu Vida collective in Vic and Torelló during September
S.P.O.T. is a residential project from ACVic forming part of iD# Ceci n'est pas une voiture, developed in collaboration between ACVic, Idensitat, Can Xalant and Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.
Pablo Sanz. ACVIC/SBG + Campo Adentro
ACVIC-SBG refers to a programme establishing the relationship art-nature-rural environment, developed in collaboration between ACVic and Ajuntament de Sant Bartomeu del Grau.
SPOT (Public service for optimising refuse)
This is a residential project by MAKEA part of iD Ceci n'est pas une voiture, produced in collaboration with ACVic, Idensitat, Can Xalant and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia.
SELECTED PROJECTS. iD#CECI N’EST PAS UNE VOITURE OPEN CALL. MATARÓ-VIC
2010 - 2011
Within the framework of the project Ceci n’est pas une voiture. Idensitat, Can Xalant Centre de Creació i Pensament Contemporani de Mataró and ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies, launched an open call for projects of intervention in the public spaces of Mataró and Vic.
iD#6 MATARÓ-VIC (Barcelona). Ceci n'est pas une voiture
Call for a projects of intervention in the public space.
Within the framework of the project Ceci n’est pas une voiture. Nomadic devices loom around the museum, Idensitat, CanXalant. Centre de Creació i Pensament Contemporani de Mataró and ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies launch an open call for ideas to develop two projects of intervention in the public spaces of Mataró and Vic.
iD#6. Ceci n’est pas une voiture. Nomadic devices loom around the museum.
Project description Ceci n’est pas une voiture.