4_4_2019 Kay Schuttel, Stand by (Durational live performance)

4_4_2019 Kay Schuttel, Stand by (Durational live performance)

Kay Schuttel: Stand by

Durational live performance                                        

Homesession, April 4th 19h – 20h

stand by – definition and synonyms
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[INTRANSITIVE] [OFTEN PROGRESSIVE] to be ready to do something

 
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[INTRANSITIVE] to not take action when you should
 

Kay Schuttel (1985) is an Amsterdam-based artist whose work explores the evolution of corporeal vocabularies and the intersection between choreography and visual art. Schuttel has recently exhibited her work in DITS Gallery, Amsterdam (NL), Spazio Fico, Milan (IT), Viafarini, Milan (IT) and Vermont Studio Center, Vermont (US). Upcoming show at the Festival del Silenzio, Milan (IT), Residency in Homesession, Barcelona (ES) and Residency in Cripta747, Turin (IT). She is a tutor at the Design Academy Eindhoven (DAE), where she is currently head of an Elective in Time-based media.

www.kayschuttel.com

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Open Call Exchange Residency in Belgrade (Serbia)

Open Call Exchange Residency in Belgrade (Serbia)

Homesession lanza una convocatoria dirigidas a artistas catalanes (o residentes en Cataluña) para la realización de una residencia artística en Belgrade Air Project, Belgrado (Serbia).

 

La convocatoria se enmarca en un intercambio entre Belgrade Air Project  y Homesession y tiene como objetivo impulsar la movilidad de artistas y promover el conocimiento y la interacción entre los agentes del sector artístico de ambos contextos. Este nuevo programa de intercambio de Homesession ha empezado en 2018 con la residencia en Barcelona del artista serbio Stanko Gagrčin durante marzo y abril de 2018.

BASES DE LA CONVOCATORIA (ENG)

  • Fecha límite de envió de candidaturas: 20 de mayo de 2018.
  • Fallo del jurado: junio de 2018.
  • Duración de la residencia: 2 meses, octubre y noviembre de 2018.

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Lola Gonzàlez. 2 films.

 

Lola Gonzalez, current resident at homesession will present her latest work and a video realized in Barcelona. Thank to Nook Nook for hosting the event. THURSDAY 30 OCTOBER 2014, 20h [NOOK – Poble Sec|http://nookpoblesec.wordpress.com] C/ NOU DE LA RAMBLA 143 BARCELONA Whether writing, producing, or the choice to work with their friends, Lola Gonzàlez works called authenticity, spontaneity and fluidity using constructed and simple visual forms. From the individual to the common, her work questions about the power of the collective, and its limits. This programme is a collaboration with __[art 3|http://www.art-3.org/art-contemporain/”>__ (Valence) and receive the support of the [Région Rhône-Alpes|http://www.rhonealpes.fr/”>.

Lola Gonzàlez, born in 1988. Lives in Paris.

selected projects:

Sept 2014 “Conspirations, des conspirations” Sparkasse, Leipzig

June 2014 “All that falls”, Palais de Tokyo, exposición colectiva

Feb 2014 “Adieu tristesse..” La Galerie, Noisy-le-Sec

Jan 2014 “Qui boira de ce vin là, boira le sang des copains” Hors-pistes, Centre G. Pompidou

[Programme|https://www.facebook.com/events/293571387512814/”>: “Winter is coming” 48 min, Vidéo couleur HD, stéréo Août 2014

“TV Pirata” 6 min, Vidéo couleur HD, stéréo Octobre 2014 Réalisation : Lola Gonzàlez Musique Originale : Jérémie Prat Actors : Ariadna Parreu, Ico Mateo, Antoni Hervas Cortes, Quim Packard Actors / Singers : Ariadna Parreu, Ico Mateo, Antoni Hervas Cortes, Quim Packard, Bárbara Sánchez, Oriol Fontdevila, Estel Boada Ibern, Beatriz Fuentes Sanchez, Pau MF, Fito Conesa, David Bestué, Anna Pahissa, Consol Llupià, Néstor Català Serra, Marie Charlotte

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Wheels of Desire. Gabrielle Le Bayon

 

“Art Will not disappear into nothingness; it will disappear into everything. ” Julio Garcia Espinosa, Imperfect Cinema.

”Wheels of Desire” is the project that has been developed by Gabrielle Le Bayon during her residency at Homesession. The project focuses on the relation between the daily production and consumption of images on one hand, and our own relationship to reality and to our physical, geographical and metaphorical environment on the other hand. The artist statement underlines that “billions of pictures orbit in cyber space. Together they form a sentence that speaks a collective and communal, personal and informal meaning. Neither original nor immortal, they are the flow of time and swirls of thousands of individual realities and personal truths.” The project, based on the own accumulative practice of the artist, questions the way this hyper consumption shape the physical and conceptual places with which we connect.

Event on Facebook. Opening: Wed, June 25th, 2014 – 19:30 Homesession, C/ Creu dels Molers 15. Barcelona

Ver mapa más grandeexhibition: till 27/06, by appointment only.

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I mistook a squid in its ink for the moon in the night. Chika Matsuda

 

We’re pleased to present “I mistook a squid in its ink for the moon in the night”, a project developed by Chika Matsuda (Nagano) during her residency at Homesession. In the different works that compose the project as well as in the title, Chika Matsuda goes into play on the relation between physicality and abstraction of language. Focusing on the way our voice obeys to cultural patterns, the artist leads an unending investigation to abrade the natural and rational features we assign to the use we make of the body into language. Tongues, spits, noises, uncontrolled swallowing and saliva and collective recitations evokes into sculptures, drawing and video, this research and a possibly alternative grammatical patterns to our perception.
Opening: Friday, April 25th, 2014 – 19:00

Homesession : [C/ Creu dels Molers 15. Barcelona|https://maps.google.es/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=es&geocode=&q=creu+dels+molers+15+barcelona+homesession&aq=&sll=41.373717,2.161903&sspn=0.051656,0.06609&vpsrc=0&gl=es&g=Carrer+de+la+Creu+dels+Molers,+15,+08004+Barcelona,+Catalunya&ie=UTF8&t=m&z=14&iwloc=A&cid=15402657301804043924 alt=”map homesession]

exhibition: 29/04 + 30/04, 16h-19h30

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REC/PLAY: Installation and serie of performances by Thessia Machado


Homesession presents __REC/PLAY__, a project by resident artist <a href=”http://www.thessiamachado.com”>Thessia Machado</a>: REC/PLAY is an installation/instrument built of assorted components harvested from mostly obsolete technologies and toys. The core of the piece is a stripped down double cassete-deck with motor and spindle mechanism. Fabric belts fan out of the rotating spindles and into the space to activate an assortment of sound generating elements – rustling paper, ringing glass jars, tapped wood; teasing out from humble materials their inherent musicality.

Different sonic possibilities of this instrument will be explored in series of collaborative improvised performances with sound artists and experimental musicians.

Each performance will take place at 8pm and will last approx. 1/2 hour. You’re requested to be puntual. Limited capacity.

Homesession [C/ Creu dels Molers 15. Barcelona|https://maps.google.es/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=es&geocode=&q=creu+dels+molers+15+barcelona+homesession&aq=&sll=41.373717,2.161903&sspn=0.051656,0.06609&vpsrc=0&gl=es&g=Carrer+de+la+Creu+dels+Molers,+15,+08004+Barcelona,+Catalunya&ie=UTF8&t=m&z=14&iwloc=A&cid=15402657301804043924]

-> NOVEMBER 8 Maitane Beaumont

-> NOVEMBER 9 Wú:: Collective http://wucollective.com/

-> NOVEMBER 10 Lolo & Sosaku http://www.loloysosaku.com/

”BIO: Thessia Machado was born in Brazil and now lives and works in NY. Her work investigates the physicality of sound and its effect on our perception of space. In sculptures and interactive installations that have a real-time, live component, the expressive potential is still active and changeable. As a extension of this practice, and under the moniker “link”, she’s performs electronic and electro-acoustic experimental music with hand-made and modified instruments.”

”Thessia’s installations and video pieces have been exhibited in New York, London, Philadelphia, Paris, Amsterdam, Dublin, Berlin and Athens. She has been awarded residencies at Homesession, Barcelona, the NARS Foundation, NY, I-Park, MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, the Atlantic Center for the Arts, the Irish Museum of Modern Art and the Vermont Studio Center and is a recipient of fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, The Experimental Television Center and The Bronx Museum.”

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EU Bird Migration Authority, a project by Ian Alan Paul

We’re pleased to invite you to the opening of the project developed by San Francisco-based Artist [Ian Alan Paul|http://www.ianalanpaul.com|en|Ian Alan Paul] during his residency. The artist has produced a fictional EU Agency entitled “The EU Bird Migration Authority”, a fake EU border-security agency specifically tasked with monitoring, controlling and apprehending migrant bird populations. Please join us on Monday, August 26th to see documents, videos, and texts from the agency at the Homesession studio.

More about the EU Bird Migration Authority: “The Bird Migration Authority is a project of the European Union that aims to monitor and mitigate the ongoing migration of non-native bird populations between EU member states and neighboring countries. Using state of the art surveillance and tracking technologies, the EU-BMA not only monitors migrating bird flocks across North Africa, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe, but also uses predictive algorithms to assist in the apprehension and reduction of foreign species. Tracking and managing the bird populations across the E.U. member states will serve to better protect the European Economy, Ecology, and Society from the threats posed by unregulated migrating bird flocks.”

A website accompanying the exhibition ([www.birdmigrationauthority.net|www.birdmigrationauthority.net|en|EU Bird Migration Authority]) will be launched on August 26th, the day of the opening.

Opening: Monday, August 26th, 19:30

Exhibition: 26/08 -> 31/08, 17:00-19:30 and by appointment

C/ Creu dels Molers 15. Barcelona. Metro Poble Sec

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Your milk eyes: open. Anna Sebastian

Homesession is happy to invite you to the opening of “Your milk eyes: open”, an exhibition by resident artist [Anna Sebastian|http://www.annasebastian.com/ alt=”anna sebastian]. Her works draw on familiar scenes, based a priori on the codes and parameters of daily life, including nevertheless variations that suggest to the viewer an evocation of uncertain fictions. Anna Sebastian uses the pictorial space as a surface for the inscription of an open working process, based on a composition of images inspired by literary and cinematic sources. This sets up a tension in the paintings; the obsessive and aporetic isolation of figures, which are subordinated to the reality of the medium, produces a dissension with the interpretative indetermination creating a distance between figures and their materiality. This sets them in a space of possibilities to which both dream and dys-functional reality leads.

__Anna Sebastian__ (Londres, 1990) has been studying at Goldsmith College and at St Martins College, in London. Her work has been shown in different galleries in the UK (such as 5th Base Gallery-Bricklane or Islington Arts Factory) as well as Europe (HBFK Hamburg or DOX Art center Prague). This is her first exhibition in Spain. Opening: [Friday, July 12 – 2013, 19h30|https://www.facebook.com/events/187578148074777 alt=”event facebook anna sebastian]

Exhibition: 13/07 -> 20/07 I Wed->Sat, 17:00-19:30

[C/ Creu dels Molers 15|https://maps.google.es/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=es&geocode=&q=creu+dels+molers+15+barcelona+homesession&aq=&sll=41.373717,2.161903&sspn=0.051656,0.06609&vpsrc=0&gl=es&g=Carrer+de+la+Creu+dels+Molers,+15,+08004+Barcelona,+Catalunya&ie=UTF8&t=m&z=14&iwloc=A&cid=15402657301804043924 alt=”google map]. Barcelona. Metro Poble Sec

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Sunita Prasad, The Assassin’s Last Word.

Homesession is glad to invite you to the presentation of [Sunita Prasad’s|http://www.sunitaprasad.net|en|Sunita Prasad] project, The Assassin’s Last Word, an exhibition based on the story of Michele Angiolillo, an anarchist who was condemned to the death penalty for the assassination of prime minister Antonio Canóvas in 1897. His last word, “Germinal!”, which has since been interpreted in multiple ways, is the main articulation of the exhibition. The show is both an installation and a reading-room based on public participation, collaborations and personal research by the artist. The project investigates the historic fact and its narrative as well as its possible echoes throughout time, from our own context. %%%

__Opening__: friday, april 19th

__Exhibition__: April 20th to 27th, wednesday to saturday, from 5pm to 7.30 pm

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Jean Barberis: artist talk

We’re glad to invite you to the talk that our current resident Jean Barberis will hold at Homesession.

Jean Barberis is a maker, an artist, and a curator but he rarely makes a distinction between the various aspects of his practice. His work almost exclusively revolves around collective initiatives and relational strategies. According to Time out New York, Barberis defies Newton’s laws of motion, which the artist consider flattering but slightly exaggerated.

A native of Provence and established in New York since 2000, Barberis co-founded Flux Factory’s gallery space and Arts Collective, a project that fosters in collaborative practices and interchange as a base for the creation process. He has also collaborated with collective or project spaces such as EFA, Rabbit Hands, Swimming Cities or Mare Liberum.

Jean Barberis likes to engage artists in the curatorial process and to investigate new territories for creation in relation with the community. This ambition is clearly reflected in his interests that include urban exploration, shoemaking, boat building, and engaging in exchanges and economies outside of the confines of capitalism.

Curator of the project “la Salle de Concert” that will be presented this summer at the Palais de Tokyo, Jean Barberis will talk about the different aspects of his projects and interests.

When: April 6th, 2013 at 19h.

Where: Homesession, C/ Creu dels Molers, 15, Barcelona

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