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invitación a transmitir / cambio


invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring
invitasjon til formidling / forandring

invitasjon til formidling / forandring

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En Esther Ramón, INSERTS LIAF: Digging project. Lofoten International Art Festival (LIAF 2013)

Esther Ramón seleccionó este poema de ready para su muestra de poesía española contemporánea en LIAF 2013. La selección incluía a Jose Miguel Ullán, Marcos Canteli, Yaiza Martínez, Pilar Fraile y Julia Piera.  Allí fue distribuido en fotocopia; y fue puesto a dialogar con una obra del artista Adrià Julià titulada Notas sobre el desaparecido Oh. Se trata de una pieza de proyección, fotografía y sonido, pero no tengo noticia audiovisual de ella. Sobre el proyecto de Esther Ramón en LIAF 2013: en la revista Exit, en  la revista Frieze. ¡Viajó el ready al círculo polar!

y lo que más me gusta de la traducción al noruego es que a un lado y otro de la barra, la transmisión y el cambio se parecen formal y foráneamente


The magnificent Irish poet and Nobel Prize Seamus Heaney, sadly passed away very recently, formulated in his famous poem "Digging" an special poetic: writing like exhumation, art like exhumation, we can also say. Since Hamlet exhumed Yorick´s skull, art have always been capable to cut society to the core and this is specially important and necessary in our stationary state days, in which an in appearance quiet surface is hiding dangerous tensions between countries, social collectives and also in the deep inside of every human being. This part of poetry inserts of LIAF put in dialogue some of the art works and some poems, linked with the word "digging" followed for a  key word, and propose to visitors to found their own "diggings" to penetrate, though art works of LIAF, in themselves, their society, and their world. The artists and poets  that were linked by “digging” are Ann Böttcher - José Miguel Ullán (digging passage), Knut Åsdam - Pilar Fraile Amador (digging fire), Adrià Julià - María Salgado (digging surface), Lisa Tan (Notes from underground) - Marcos Canteli (digging mud), Lisa Tan (Sunsets) - Yaiza Martínez (digging light) and Olivier Zabat - Julia Piera (digging break) [...] Another example of the inserts is digging surface, which is linking the work of Adrià Julià for LIAF 2013, twelve photographs that are made by enlarging a negative fabricated with “forgeries” of casts of the original record of the soundtrack to the 1979 Hollywood film Inchon, and the followed poem, by María Salgado, included in her book ready