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"Neither here nor there"

C3P proposal as host space for MDE 15 - Medellín International Art Encounter

With “Neither Here nor Allá” C3P seeks to analyze with three international residents the similarities and differences, with respect to the contexts and concepts that arise from activities managed independently and those managed under governmental or private institutions, depending on the culture, territories and the economy in contexts such as Latin America, Asia, Africa, Europe, the United States and Colombia.

Articulated by Guiddens and his definition of globalization -as the intensification of social relations on a transnational scale that link distant locations: “In such a way that local events are modeled by events that occurred many kilometers away and vice versa” - it is proposed for the MDE15 to involve three (3) artists, researchers and / or groups that have projects or cultural and artistic spaces that:

  • They create strategies focused on generating socio-cultural changes framed in the territories.

  • They recognize differentiated circuits of circulation of goods and people.

  • They articulate in their daily work the construction of spatial realities that reduce segregation.

Participating artists

Nina Bianchi, United States

Leader in participatory design. Since 2002 he has worked with more than 100 non-profit and non-profit organizations, such as the Open Technology Institute of the New America Foundation, the City of Austin, Texas, the MIT Masachusets Institute of Technology, the University of Michigan, the Volume Magazine, University of Michigan and Volume Magazine.

Her passion for design, accessible technology and community development has led her to carry out projects such as the Educational and Community Wireless Tool Kits and Discovery Technology Workshops (DiscoTech).

Nina is a lecturer in the graphic design faculty at the University of Creative Studies in Detroit, and a frequent lecturer in the United States.

His experience in collaborative work has been honored by the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), the Taiwan International Design Competition, the College Designers Association, and the Texas Public Relations Association.

Nina is a co-founder of OmniCorpDetroit , an interdisciplinary STEAM workshop and the Detroit Digital Justice Coalition, and is a graduate of the Great Lakes Leadership Academy Leadership Advancement Program. He currently works for the advisory board of the Detroit Creative Corridor Center (DC3), Detroit, Michigan USA

Franc Paredes, Argentina

Franc Paredes is an artist, curator, researcher and audiovisual producer. He is the founder of the artistic initiative La Paternal in Buenos Aires, Argentina and in that capacity he has developed the initiative's programs including PAPO (Paternal Arte Politica), M! (Inutil Movement), SERVE-VERSE (Art Technology), LPR (La Paternal Recycle), Conjugation City (Education and Rights).

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