Residència 6

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L’acció interdisciplinar dels artistes residents al CeRCCa – Centre de Recerca i Creació Casamarles – ens proposa un diàleg entre els relats curts de temàtica urbana de l’escriptora turca Sine Ergun, els murals d’estètica neo-renacentista del pintor ucraïnès Alexander Kudriavchenko i el paisatge sonor basat en el jazz experimental i la improvització del music  canadenc Antoine Berthiaume.

Sine Ergun, d’origen afkasiá i actualment resident a Istambul, ens proposa formar part de la creació d’un relat inspirat en l’obra i la música de l’Alexander i l’Antoine. Atraves de la participació activa del públic l’obra performativa ‘Help the writer!’ deconstrueix la idea d’autor individual recuperant la técnica de l’exquiste corpse’ usada pel l’avanguarda surrealista. El text que s’anira creat de forma col.lectiva intenta fer-nos reflexionar sobre la necessitat de compartir i crear de forma conjunta.

Acompanyant l’obra de Sine, els murals i dibuixos d’Alexander Kudriavchenko i la guitarra acustica d’Antoine Berthiaume envolcalla els Jardins d`Olokuti-Jiwar en un ambient alegoric, intim. A partir de la unó de la música, el dibuix i la pintura, els dos artistes reflexionen sobre les interconexions que poden esdevenir-se entre diferents expressions artístiques, creant així un laberint tranquil des d’on pensar la creativitat a partir del diáleg i la col.laboració.

Sine Ergun en col.laboració amb Irina Kudriavchenko

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Alexander Kudriavchenko

During his residencies at CeRCCa 2011 and 2012 Alexander Kudriavchenko  participated at ‘The Open Circle Workshop’ organized by the cultural association SonaQueEtMous  and coordinated by Zoe Balasch and Olga Sola.  ‘The Open Circle Workshop’ took place in June 2011 and again in July 2012. The workshop was an space of experimentation and creation where the central axis was the rhythmic and emotional training. Rhythm was perceived as the key to produce exchange amongst the participants. The workshop was based on the theater technique of Jaques Lecoq and an integral part of the same was the interaction between disciplines. Following his research on the relation between music, movement and painting Alexander developed a 5m x 2.5m painting in collaboration with the participants. The workshop took place in Vilobi del Penedes and was fruit of a collaboration of SonaQueEtMous with the local School and the Municipality of the village. The project was directed by the expert Ruben Segal and accompanied by the musicians Jose Luis Saguento, Carlos Perez and Octavio Beltran and 42 people participated in it.

The collaboration between Alexander and Ruben Segal, Jose Luis Saguento, Carlos Perez and Octavio Beltran continued one week later in CeRCCa where the four of them together with the performer Zoe Balasch and the musician Olga Sola developed an experimental interdisciplinary performing piece.

During his residency at CeRCCa Alexander Kudriavchenko did a presentation of his work at the Arsenal Contemporary Arts and Crafts School in Vilafranca del Penedes. The presentation was accompained by a workshop organized by CeRCCa and delivered by Alexander. The workshop consisted in the creation of a big mural in one of the walls of the Arsenal Contemporary Arts and Crafts School. The mular was developed with the collaboration of the local students.

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Antoine Berthiaume i Aurora Balasch

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El projecte nAu now d’Aurora Balasch (ballarina i creadora escènica, Igualada) i Antoine Berthiaume (guitarrista i compositor, Montreal) s’ha desenvolupat al CeRCCA, Centre de recerca i creació Casamarlès, espai de creació i residència internacional d’artistes a Llorenç del Penedès, en col·laboració amb L’Escorxador, Vilafranca del Penedès.

El seu treball neix de diversos encontres en que el debat i l’intercanvi d’idees i opinions han obert pas a l’experimentació i la improvisació, per la qual ambdós artistes comparteixen interès. Entenen la improvisació en la dansa com la traducció immediata d’una sensació o un impuls físic / energètic en moviment, sense passar-lo per la lògica de la ment, amb l’objectiu d’obrir l’atenció per interactuar espontània i intuïtivament amb els altres, el so, l’entorn i amb tot allò que succeeixi. Pel què fa a la música, l’ús de paisatges sonors romàntics obren la porta a allò abstracte i a diferents possibilitats d’interpretació gràcies a l’ús d’instruments de corda, l’electrònica i la manipulació d’objectes sonors.

en col.laboració amb:

Aurora Balasch i Noilin O’Kelly

Noilin O’Kelly, resident at CeRCCa, and Parinama in collaboration with Xavier Serch and , participate in the 5th edition of konvent.0 with experimental sound, music, visuals and dance and an installation. The common theme to the presentations this year was around 1984 by George Orwell’s work in all its broad content. movimentpuntzero is a completely ephemeral and unlimited artistic movement in Central Catalonia that tries to use and dynamise those spaces which, for whatever the reason, were once abandoned at the mercy of the passage of time and all it entails. Empty spaces though full of life and feelings. Buildings of popular interest which, disguised of an equally ephemeral culture, offer a renewed, contemporaneous and romantic view to their visitors. Places where, day after day, the effect of time has erased their existence: making them disappear from social memory and deteriorating its own charm and memory. The other important point of movement.0 is the artist and his/her diffusion; people who make art their own backbone and who search a constant philosophy and life experimentation. moviment.0 brings the two elemental components closer: space and artist, while creating a mutual addiction, mixing them with visual and mental emotions and feelings. These concepts are able to go beyond the barriers of understanding and always search the vision which best fits between degradation and the most experimental creation, arising either from humanity or location. These spaces are offered to creative people able to commit themselves with the daily battle towards art for art’s sake: people who have no boundaries and whose mind is open not only towards the non-structured museum spaces, but also towards constant contribution and internal search.

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