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LOOP 2017

DONE2. GRABS

DONE is a project of creation and thinking that aims to approach the image’s new ecosystem in the post digital technology and Internet era. In the second edition that took place between November 2016 and April 2017, DONE2 was presented as a laboratory for reflection, research and visual creation revolving around five key issues: thinking, visibility, body, information and aesthetics. The program has included a section called Grab, an initiative of audio-visual creation through which a group of five artists have generated unpublished audio-visual works related to the project’s contents. DONE is a project promoted by the Foto Colectania Foundation with the collaboration of the Fundació Banc Sabadell and with the support of the Dirección General de Política e Industrias Culturales y del Libro del Ministerio de Cultura.

María de la O Garrido
DATA-DADÁ
Make rhizomes, not roots, never plant! … don’t be one or multiple, be multiplicities. Run lines, never plot a point.

Laura Tabarés
Ariane, the overexposed model
“Ariane, the overexposed model” tries to generate a fictional dystopia based on a real one. One day I realized that a woman was chasing me wherever I went. Supermarkets, herbalists, dentists, clothing stores, Internet. This is my sceptical tribute to Ariane, known in the networks as “The overexposed model”.

Sandra Torras
From the belly of the beast
“From the belly of the beast” aims to challenge and problematize established canons around body; at the same time, seeks to (de)objectify and to (de)phalluscentre the feminine body.

Florencia Aliberti
#Israel
The images of travelers and tourists that travel the world flood social networks. In a homogenization of the travelling experience and under the aesthetics of the self-stick, we can find countless videos of users from virtually anywhere telling of their passage through this device. #Israel is built from travel videos of a group of youtubers who have thousands of followers in their networks. It is a work in progress that explores why and for what these images are produced and what scope they can have beyond the experience they narrate.

Guim Ayora
Recognition
An accumulation of digital aesthetics. I have used the culture of the videoclip that inspires me so much, to present a sum of visual styles of the current internet aesthetics. The piece itself ends up being a moodboard of all those manipulation processes that I would like to learn.

Become
a friend