In the framework of Camins i·lustrats project, Vilanova i la Geltrú 2019.
Raquel Friera, Francisco Navarrete Sitja, Martí Madala and students of Manuel Cabanyes High School (VNG)
CAMINS IL·LUSTRATS is a project that studies the concepts of borders and boundaries, and of nexes and connections, referring to geographical areas of the town of Vilanova i la Geltrú (Barcelona), and through various activities, memories or human interactions which exist, or which have taken place. These activities will be: exploration (using maps, walking, investigating, asking questions, writing down, photographing), narration (choosing concepts, defining them, illustrating them -- with drawings or photographs-) and visualisation (crafting a collective Glossary, and presenting it as illustrated books, an exhibition and a public presentation).
The methodology consists of an exploration by means of itineraries through certain areas of the town; an exploration of subjects arising from the route, using materials from the XBMVNG (Libraries in Vilanova i La Geltru); the organisation of colloquia and presentations of guest participants and expert contributors dealing with the themes touched upon in the project, and the completion of a book (or illustrated glossary) with a series of words selected by students, as well as deciding upon a final form for public presentation.
The exhibition involves artists with projects linked to the idea of Camins il·lustrats
- Raquel Friera, "[WO] MANRESA", (2017a)
- Francisco Navarrete Sitjá, "El agua es al cuerpo, el cuerpo es al alga, el alga es al Trayecto "(2018)
-Martí Madaula," How to get back home walking / Como volver a casa caminando ", (2018).
- Il·lustracions i dissenys previs dels vestits de diables de VNG, Pep Duran Esteve (2006).
Illustrations by: Emma Gascó, Inma Serrano, Isa Ruiz, Sonia Estévez y Nuria Frago.
> Access to Transversal Aesthetics / (Wo)Manresa
Idensitat + Clara Nubiola
Books boubd by la Bibliogràfica.
> Access to Camins il·lustrats project