In Arrasate/Mondragon, we have put together a variety of activities about and involving the exhibition, with the aim of affecting it from different vantage points. On the one hand, we have designed an art laboratory that aims to create a meeting space with the group of young artists TTAK!. Alazne, Daniel, Natalia and Leire have proposed various exercises in order to share a part of the artists' methodological world with the young women from TTAK!. In this way, they present the raw essence of art work and propose certain interferences in the exhibition. Alternatively, it may be that the artists' practices are affected by the participation of TTAK!. For the time being, Ekiñe will play at the inauguration and we will produce a collective publication that captures a record of the laboratory experience. In addition, a workshop on feminist artistic practices will be held, as this is one of the young women's particular interests. Another of our objectives is to extend the idea of culture, so four "bertsolaris" (traditional Basque singers) will occupy the Kulturate square during the inauguration. We will also bring the story of Arrasate/Mondragón to the fore, reading the exhibition pieces in the context they occupy and to seek other types of influence.
Art laboratory with TTAK! gazte taldea (youth group): September 6, 7 and 8.
Opening: September 20, 19:00h.
- Bertso-saioa: Maider Arregi, Miren Artetxe, Maddi Gallastegi, Ane Zuazubiskar.
- Concert of versions: Ekiñe Casado.
Guided visit| Ana Isabel Ugalde: 20th October, 12:00h.