SCRAPS FOR A FILM TO COME
The artist Inmaculada Salinas is a gleaner of images, a reporter of common stories and of people without name who works with photographs and borrowed texts. Working time and how it determines the configuration of a story to come is fundamental in his artistic practice. On the occasion of the exhibition Te toca a ti, Salinas invites you to participate in an experimental workshop from which the attendants can collectively give shape to the stories that will accompany the video made expressly for the show. Two workshop sessions where the film, unfinished and unspeakable in origin, will be completed thanks to the contributions of the participants. The activity will be divided into two parts: the first dedicated to experiment with the materiality of the stories, remnants of stories from artistic and literary texts in which fiction and reality are blurred; and a second in which you will imagine a script to be heard and another to be read. After the choral experience of the workshop, Salinas will finalize his film that can be visited in the exhibition space until February 17, 2019.
Inmaculada Salinas, 1967.
Inmaculada Salinas lives and works in Seville. Degree in Fine Arts and trained in the program UNIA arteypensamiento at the University of Andalusia. She has participated in group exhibitions such as La réplica infiel, Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Móstoles (2016); Notificaciones, Centro del Carmen, Valencia (2017); Entre la figuración y la abstracción, la acción, CAAC Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville (2018). Among her most outstanding solo exhibitions: Prensadas, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville (2011), a project she later edited as artist book (Editorial Concreta, 2012); Una hora invisible, Rafael Ortíz Gallery, Seville (2014) and Relecturas, espaivisor, Valencia (2017). Salinas was part of the Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, Sweden (2015) curated by Elvira Dyangani Ose. Her work is found in the collections of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía and the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, among others.
28 and 29 NOVEMBER
Wednesday and Thursday: 5.30-8.00 pm.