Symposium: November 27-28,  2009

Eingeladen von
Ramon Parramon, Maral Mikirditsian (Idensitat) and Gaspar Maza

Sergi Alegre, Amasté Collective, Daniel G. Andujar, Basurama Collective, Paola Di Bello, Viviana Bravo, Joan Caballol, Casal de Calaf, Hans D.Christ , Santiago Cirugeda, Francesca Comisso, Manuel Delgado, Iris Dressler, Paula González, Horitzó TV, LUL Collective, KUNSTrePUBLIK, Fadhila Mammar, Josep-Maria Martín, Gary W. McDonogh, Francesc Muñoz, Oriol Nel.lo, Jose Luis Oyon, Martín di Peco, Martí Peran, Plataforma Tenim un Problema, Josep Puigpelat, Marta Ricart, Montserrat Santolino, Sin|studio Collective, Traces of Autism Collective, TUP Collective, Jordi Vidal, Loïc Wacquant
Philip Horst and Harry Sachs, KUNSTrePUBLIK

La Capella, Barcelona

Idensitat website

ID Barrio Barcelona – Social collectivity, creative action and artistic practices

Panel + Lecture, Barcelona, November 27-28, 2009

The two-day seminar that took place in Barcelona focused on the analysis of urban environment through creativity, participation and artistic practices. A special emphasis was put to the management of participative processes, the dynamics of work in local environments in relation to ultra-local processes and discourses. Artists, cultural officers, experts in city transformation processes and representatives of active projects in their local environments took part in the seminar in order to analize differences and draw common points between the respective domains.

iD Barrio is an iD#5 project that explores the idea of neighbourhood from an urban and extra-urban perspective through the relationship between social creativity, transformation of the environment and artistic practices. iD Barrio consists of three interrelated parts: a seminar, a workshop and an exhibition. The project focuses on  the relation of neighbourhoods in urban as well as in rural areas.KUNSTrePUBLIK (Philip Horst / Harry Sachs) gave a lecture (90 min) within this framework to introduce KUNSTrePUBLIKs art-in-public-space project SKULPTURENPARK BERLIN_ZENTRUM in terms of structure, organisation and concept with an overview of selected artworks.