Ana María Agudelo Berrio and Andrés Felipe Restrepo Guisao
Residence period: July - August 2019
Website: 5 Senses Cultural Center
Ana María Agudelo Berrio, Graduated in Plastic Arts - Universidad de Antioquia (U of A). Co-founder of the 5 Sentidos cultural center corporation. Since 2012, she has been developing community artistic processes in various sectors of the city of Medellín and Santa Fe de Antioquia, where she participated in the consolidation of the local art show "1541". He has taught classes in artistic techniques in the houses of the culture of Poblado and Alcázares, among others.
Andrés Felipe Restrepo Guisao, Master in Plastic Arts (Fine Arts) and Graduate in Plastic Arts from the University of Antioquia (U of A). Co-founder of the 5 Sentidos cultural center corporation. He participated in the creation of the art show in Santa fe de Antioquia "1541". Winner of scholarships with the Ministry of Culture and incentives with community projects such as the Urban Botanical Expedition that took place in El Poblado in 2017. He obtained the biennial Secretary of Culture as a medium-career artist in 2007. He has taught classes on artistic techniques in EAFIT University and Manuel Mejía Vallejo College, among other institutions.
In the Cu BO.X
During their residency, Ana María Agudelo Berrio and Andrés Felipe Restrepo Guisao will bring to Casa Tres Patios the collective and community project that they develop in the La Sierra neighborhood (district 8 of Medellín). Through visual arts laboratories, dialogues of knowledge and other activities aimed at young people, Ana María and Andrés seek to strengthen the cultural dynamics of La Sierra and promote the approach of the young people involved in the process to cultural and social dynamics present in other areas of the Medellin city.
1st socialization: Conversation about the Mobile Laboratory, a project that seeks to transform stereotypes and strengthen the cultural dynamics of the La Sierra neighborhood through art, community work and territorial activation.
2nd socialization: During the second socialization of the Ambulante Laboratory, the resident artists of CuBO.X, Ana María Agudelo and Andrés Felipe Restrepo, organized an exchange of knowledge between an urban artist from the La Sierra neighborhood and a local electronic music DJ. The guests spoke of their experience as musicians and composers and their relationship with the community art processes led by the Ambulante Laboratory in La Sierra.
3rd socialization: In order to redefine the word battle, the resident artists of CuBO.X, Ana María Agudelo and Andrés Felipe Restrepo, proposed, within the framework of the Ambulante Laboratory, a Hip-Hop battle for coexistence. The microphone was open to urban artists from the La Sierra neighborhood and other attendees.