Commissioned by Xavier Rovira from LiquidDocs, it approaches the world of creations, trajectories, work and the process involving choreographers, performers and playwrights, opening up a hitherto unheard-of and enriching dialogue between them and the public.
The exhibition-installation has been created especially for Huarte from previous work going back over three years and of which it has so far only been possible to see a part at the Museu de L´Ampurdá in Figueras.
In this way, the installations are created specifically for the Huarte Centre with the aim of ensuring that their growth and development continue within the exhibition site itself as part of a constant interactive process with the public. A distinguishing feature is that the physical and conceptual relationship with visitors moves on different levels: on a general level, on a pedagogic level geared towards school-age members of the public, and on a specialist level geared towards professionals and artists from the world of dance, performance and the performing arts.
Moreover, the contact between people who visit the Centre will transcend the limits imposed by the exhibition area by the chance to capture their experience online in real time via mobile devices.
And it will enable Huarte to become transformed into the launching platform for the Virtual network liquidMaps on a European level: the first online project for the access and inclusion of immediate contents destined for creation in the moving arts. Following its setting in motion and launching here, it will then move on in June to the Reina Sofía Centre.
Doing and (un)doing is, as its name suggests, an active process which is constantly changing and mutating throughout its life in Huarte, and which provides the public with a means to take an existential approach to the performing arts as an essential element in contemporary culture.
An exhibition in action, and a challenge: as choreographers, performers, interpreters and playwrights, they are not only capable of revealing and engaging in dialogue with their creative process, but also of extending that creative effort towards physical elements common to the plastic arts, purely analogical and bodily elements and digital interaction, etc. - thus showing that contemporary culture knows no borders, neither between different disciplines, nor between artists and the public.
Collaborator: Nanimarquina. Erro