Period: March to June 2018
CasaTresPatios area in which he participated: Artistic Practices - Curatorship
Ninth semester student of the Visual Arts degree at the National University of Colombia, Medellín campus. In 2017, he participated in the Cundinamarca Residence at the Museum of Antioquia within the cartography group. There, his personal work began to revolve around social practices and forms of appropriation of space in response to processes of invisibility and gentrification in different spaces in the city center, a topic that he also considered in relation to the current curatorial line of C3P. He was also part of a hotbed of controversy cartographies, which allowed him to approach communities through dialogue. Within her training, she has been interested in artistic processes that involve community and research with them, and I highlight the process as a form of collective construction.
Working at Casa Tres Patios allowed Manuela to get closer to the processes of resident artists, to understand the different moments and changes that projects go through inside the house from constant work and open dialogue with other people. In addition, strengthen your ability to work as a team with people from different areas of knowledge, using assertive communication. On the other hand, he is interested in C3P's intention to share the creative process, thus inviting the public to participate and contribute. This is something that feels close to his thinking, since he considers the creative process as important as a result, not just a way to reach it.