CREENÇA NOTÍCIAS

31st AUGUST 1st and 2nd SEPTEMBER 2018

 

 

Event: CREENÇA
Location Cal Rosal (Berguedà) Catalonia  at Konvent
Dates 2 month Residency July and August
Opening 31st August 1st and 2nd of September
Creença is a two-month residency hosting over 50 local, national and international, multidisciplinary artists in Catalonia, Spain. Taking place in an old Convent from the 19th Century, the space today is run as an art residency and a cultural center called “Konvent”.
Initiated by Void Projects; painters, sculptors, installation artists, performers, and filmmakers will visit throughout July and August 2018 to create site specific installations and original works in situ to culminate in a three-day even from 30th of August and 1-2nd of September featuring theatre, talks and live music.
Creença (Beliefcomprises the concept of belief from a personal, religious or epistemological standpoint; questioning the line between belief and knowledge and proposing different relative perspectives. Embracing the social conventions and rituals of religion while avoiding the dogmatic belief. Creença invites the artist to address and interpret the themes from their own relative perspective.

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PREMSA:

 

COLOSSAL:

Nearly 50 Artists Descend on a 19th-Century Convent in Catalonia During the Creença Art Residency

 

 

REGIÓ 7:

Unes 3.000 persones passen pel Konvent atrets pel projecte «Creença»    PDF

 

NACIO DIGITAL:

El Konvent de Cal Rosal arriba al límit de la creença

 

 

STREET ART UNITED STATES:

CREENÇA: AN ART RESIDENCY CURATED BY AXEL VOID IN CATALONIA

 

REGIÓ7:

Konvent creu en l’art  p1   p2

 

INSTAGRAFITE:

AXEL VOID PRESENTS ‘CREENÇA’ AN ARTIST RESIDENCY IN AN ABANDONED CONVENT

 

STREET ART NEWS:

Creença (Belief) Art Residency 

 

ARRESTEDMOTION:

Previews: “Creença (Belief)” Group Show @ Konvent Zero

 

JUXTAPOZ:

CREENÇA ART RESIDENCY PROGRAM BY VOID PROJECTS IN SPAIN

 

GRAFFITI STREET:

Axel Void invites 50 artists to transform an old Convent in Catalonia 2018

 

HYPEBAE:

This Abandoned Spanish Convent Is Filled with Impactful Artworks