A space for reflection and interdisciplinary creation, where artistic thought focused on contemporary production is privileged. A critical tool to favor the artistic processes, the analysis and discussion of projects of the participants.
The work clinic is a space for analysis and debate where the artist can unfold implicit possibilities in his work through reflection and dialogue. The objective of this clinic is to accompany the production and development of the projects of artistic work, providing technical and conceptual tools that co-help in the conception of the exhibition or work project. The central axis of the clinic focuses on the participating artists themselves, the facilitator actively guides the work process, proposes topics, activities and readings, as well as possible itineraries for the creation of the work. It will also be a space to develop a project that culminates in an exhibition at the León Center.
The proposed methodology: Exhibition of works, criteria and collective criticism. Readings for discussion and dialogue. Availability of a virtual classroom dedicated to clinics.
Aurora Martínez Rincón.
Curator, Critic and Historian of Colombian Art. Candidate for a Doctorate in History from the Pablo de Olavide University, Seville, Spain / Nova University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal. Bachelor and Master of Arts in History and Latin American Studies, deepening in Political Science and Art History, May 2010 of the University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL. Founder, Curator and General Director of El Salón Grupo Curatorial. Cultural Association El Salón-ASOCUE, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Member of The Beta Local Practice, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Teaching Assistant at the Cultural Industries Seminar guided by Dr. George Yudice, from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL. He currently resides in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
DEADLINE REGISTRATION DATE
April 24 2014
María Luisa Estrella
809.582.2315 Ext. 1055