This exhibition constructs a landscape by from moving art as an expression of contemporary culture via documentary and research work on the world of dance and choreography carried out by the Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs (DAE-External Audiovisual Department Bureau) and the National Cinematographic Centre (Cultural Dissemination Service-Catalogue of Cultural Images).
This is the first time that the public will be able to learn about a selection of this set of audiovisual documents in the form of an exhibition, which combines the performing and plastic arts.
Landscape, communication and processes
Dance is used as a form of both personal communication (the process involving the creation of a dancer or a choreographer) and group communication (local dances as an element for shaping the identity or oral heritage of a people) via the concept of "landscape." It transmits feelings and emotions and shapes an aesthetic. It forms part of culture and as such boasts a series of qualities both from the educational and pedagogic standpoint.
The exhibition will take place on the first floor of the Huarte Centre, although it is expected to become incorporated into the other exhibitions: dance-performance-installations (second floor) and the dance documentation centre (third floor). This is therefore a project that overlaps with the subject matter of the upcoming exhibition period at the Huarte Centre: the moving arts.
CollaboratorCollaborators: French Embassy in Madrid via its Cultural Service and Cultures France.