Within the framework of the exhibition “Feminist Plots”, with works by Teresa Lanceta, Bia Santos, Miriam Martínez Guirao, the collective artistic project CraftCabanyal and Anabel Mateo; with the special participation of Eva Viera; organized by the LABi team, a group of students of the Master in Photography, Art and Technique of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, in collaboration with La Posta Foundation, will develop a set of parallel activities:
― March 23 and 24, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 3 to 5 p.m., Feminist Photography Workshop.
Given by Gabriela Rivera Lucero. Directed to the general public, over 18 years. Theoretical-practical workshop analyzing decolonial feminist proposals, the history of women photographers, and the realization of photographic self-portrait proposals.
The aim is to analyze a genealogy of works by female photographers, from the beginning of the 20th century to the present, from a decolonial perspective, reviewing authors from the different continents: America, Europe, Africa, Oceania and Asia. Delving into Latin American and Spanish works. Highlighting projects by artists who use their own bodies as a tool to criticize gender conventions. Then, starting from an autobiographical experience, develop a series of self-portrait photographs, which will finally be exhibited in an urban exhibition day, which will take place on Sunday March 31, at 11 hrs.
– April 6, 18 hrs. Feminist Video and Interventions Sample + Guided tour.
- 6:00 p.m. Video and interventions presentation
- - Beatriz Millón with her collaborative project “Light is a privilege”
- - María Camila Quintero Arango, video performances that approach the myth of romantic love, “Loves me/loves me not” and “A series of Misunderstandings”.
- - Estefania Salas Llopis, with its installation D.I.Y.
- 7.30pm Guided tour of the exhibition “Feminist Plots” by two members of LABi, Gabriela Rivera Lucero and Dolors Fabra Anton.
― April 13, 6:30 pm. Screening of the documentary “The mother who gave birth to me”
“The mother who gave birth to me” is a documentary-project that aims, on the one hand, to give visibility to the hidden artistic work carried out by women, and, on the other, to serve as a thankfulness to the work that has been imposed on mothers and that has carried out with all your love.
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“The mother who gave birth to me” is a documentary-project carried out with the support of the Valencia City Council and the University of Valencia through the program Emerging – Strategy for Social Innovation in the Territory [on the Emerging Program of the University of Valencia We have experience in La Posta http://fundacionlaposta.org/en/actividades/tallers-emergents/ ]