Cataluña Creativa (I)

Creativity + Tradition

Catalunya Creativa - Creativitat Tradició @Marc García-Durán, arquitecto
Catalunya Creativa - Creativitat Tradició @Marc García-Durán, arquitecto
Catalunya Creativa - Creativitat Tradició @Marc García-Durán, arquitecto
Catalunya Creativa - Creativitat Tradició @Marc García-Durán, arquitecto

Collective exhibition:

Apparatu, Felipe Almendros, Josep Bunyesc, Jordi Casanovas i Güell, Alfonso Casas Moreno, Bosch Capdeferro Arquitectures, Carles Congost, Joan Cornellà, Patricia Dauder, Emiliana Design, Néstor F., Guillem Ferran, La Fonda Gràfica,Jordi Galceran, Jesús Galdón, Beautifun Games, Ricard Garcia Vilanova, Àlex Gifreu, Harquitectes, Yago Hortal, Isaki Lacuesta, Laura Meseguer, Sergio Mora, Novarama, Ramon Prat, Sergi Puyol, López Rivera Arquitectes SLP, Martín Ruiz de Azúa, Juanjo Sáez, Aleix Saló, Albert Serra, Francisco Téllez de Meneses, Toormix, David Torrents, Àlex Trochut, Mingo Venero, Vasava.

Catalogue

Description

This exhibition opens a triptych about the most restless, overflowing and refreshing creativity that is emerging in the Catalonia of the new millennium. It addresses the dialogue between new technologies and the rich heritage of the past through language. Ex memoria spes, memory, hope … and creativity.

Plastic artists, filmmakers, bakers, architects, graphic and object designers, cartoonists, animators, video game programmers, typographers, etc. In this show, they break the boundaries of their own discipline, without hiding their origins. Sometimes establishing a dialogue with the popular arts, at other times approaching a restoration of that past language through new technologies. There are disciplines that contemplate the pitcher or the carpets as traditional elements, there are others that are focused on role play, or the cinema of Fassbinder, or even on countercultural guerrilla language. None of them, however, obviate the computer, it is their process.

Details

  • Location: Arts Santa Mònica, Barcelona
  • Developer: ASM – Department of Culture
  • Curator: Ricard Mas
  • Status: Completed
  • Size: 465 m²
  • Team: Marc García-Durán, Jesús Galdón