Posts tagged "La Fontana"
Pau Faus

Pau Faus

Barcelona, 1974. Architect and visual artist. Everydayness and autonomous practices of contemporay cities explorer. With his projects tries to activate representation, narration and interaction mechanisms that make particularities and conflicts come to daylight where they are. Most of his works are developed in siti in collaboration with other architects, photographers, anthropologists and visual and performance...
Las Coleccionistas / Casa V

Las Coleccionistas / Casa V

Obert Camp is a project organized by Las Coleccionistas and Casa V by a shared interest to push the respective disciplines into a collaborative and contextual dimension in the territory and social relations, reviewing the traditional role of art and the urbanism. http://campobert.wordpress.com/
Re:farm the city

Re:farm the city

Re:farm the city developes open tools for urban farmers and dedicates itself in providing people with tools for easily create, manage and visualize their urban farms. Bringing rhythms of nature, her diversity, richness and complexity to citizens. Creating social networks, software and hardware to help the production, share and consumption of products produced locally. Re:farm...
The G. Canyon

The G. Canyon

The G. Canyon in a Crack investigates over small pieces of green design for our cities, valuable street art, installations and interventions in urban contexts. The G. Canyon in a Crack uses its instruments to work in the context of the city, performing researches on what is already present rather than creating what lacks. The...
Bani Brusadin

Bani Brusadin

Bani Brusadin is a producer and independent investigator in the confluence of art, new technologies, popular cultures and politics. Is founder and co-director of The Influencers, a bizarre festival where non conventional art, communication guerrilla and radical entertainment converge (programmed since 2004 in collaboration with the CCCB). Bani was part of activist collective “Las Agencias”...