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QUAM 2013 - SHARED HOUSES AND NARRATIVE OF ART
ACVIC Vic, Catalonia

19.12.2013 at 19.00 h. Tanit Plana + Diego Ferrari
15.01.2014 at 19.00 h. Curro Claret and Fundació Arrels + Antonio Selvaggi
22.01.2014 at 19.00 h. Ana Paula Montes, Anna Recasens and Enrique Venegas
29.01.2014 at 19.00 h. Jordi Lafon + Domènec, Pere Grimau and Pau Faus
Open presentations

Narrative workshop

- NARRATIVES SURROUNDING ART, intensive writing workshop with A*Desk, led by David G. Torres with Montse Badia and Marina Vives, directors and editors in chief of A*DESK.

31.01/1.02.2014 from 10 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 7 pm

The squares are limitades workshop and registration. A certificate of assistence is issued by the University of Vic.

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QUAM 2013 - SHARED HOUSES

HOUSE OF ART AND COMMUNITARIAN EXPERIENCE
ANA PAULA MONTES, ANNA RECASENS AND ENRIQUE VENEGAS

22.01.2014 at 19.00 h

- MOBILE SELF-ORGANIZED STRUCTURES. CULTURE Xn

CULTURE Xn is a multidisciplinary research and action collective which works to build models by which to occupy unused spaces, from an analysis of specific situations, collaborative proposals and immersion within a social context. CULTURE Xn works outside the established circuit, and with the idea that art and architecture may find a place anywhere in everyday life. CULTURE Xn generates discussions, connections and processes to influence aspects of social transformation.

The collective develops a specific work within urban culture, which involves taking an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to analyse, to explore and to show a critical commitment to urban issues, taking advantage of the background and experience of each individual member involved. Currently the group has two open processes: one in the District of Torresoto Jerez, Spain, collaborating with Inma Parra and the Asociación Creando Futuro; and in Sabadell, Barcelona, the group is collaborating with the Exchange Network Sabadell XIS.

Ana Paula Montes Architect (2003) from the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and Master in Urban Planning (2010) from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain (UPC). She has participated in Occasional Cities, Post-It City (2008). She is the author and editor of the publication Activations for the Appropriation of Urban Public Space (2012). She currently works as a researcher and teacher at the School of Architecture of the UCR, and the Master of Urban Design UCR is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal Arquis-UCR. She teaches undergraduate courses at the School of Art and Visual Communication at the National University.

Enrique Venegas Flores has a degree in architecture (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile) and the Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Monterrey (TEC). Master in Architecture (Theory Department of Architecture). He has worked as an architect at the offices of Federico Soriano & Associates Architects, and the Sante Architecture and Design. As a member of the art group Trabajos de Utilidad Pública (TUP), he participated in Occasional Cities, Post-It City and other formats of temporality (2008) and Idensitat (2009), as well as several public exhibitions, seminars and panel discussions related to the theme of City, Art, Architecture and public spaces at various universities.

Anna Recasens is a visual artist, set designer, teacher and urban horticulturist who combines artistic personal and collective tasks with educational management, and cultural agitation. With Idensitat and Metropolitan Cultural Action, among others, she participates in projects which investigate and frame proposals for action based on art, education, nature and social space. She currently manages the Nau Estruch Sabadell Social Metropolitan Laboratory, a space for reflection upon contemporary culture, and a meeting place for the exchange of knowledge and work-platform social practices and creative proposals.

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