Blue and Yellow Sundays
Audiovisual Ethnography on the occupations of public space by “the hinchada” of the Athletic Club Rosario Central. The video includes aspects such as self-management of their performances, the organization of their universe, the construction of its myths and the aspects which define them as an identity group. Work done within the framework of the scholarship exchange Can Xalant- The Levante.

Single channel video stereo 21’ 47’’. Rosario, Argentina. 2008.
Shown at: El Levante, Rosario, Argentina, 2008. Can Xalant, Mataró, 2009. Espai X, Can Palauet, 2009,2010. Foro Deporte y Sociedad. Consejo Superior de Deportes, Madrid, 2010. Dafits, Televisió del Departament d’Antropologia de la Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, 2010. Festival de cinema Underground de Rosario, Rosario, 2012. 


Hearts Of Rice
Research project based on the importance of rice in the life of the Burmese population . Rice is used to study the dynamics of giving and receiving , which ultimately make up the essence of her life. The project explores the impossibility of giving, receiving the obligation , the obligation to return , arriving at the conclusion that there is only the possibility of long relationship. Each piece explores a particular aspect of these dynamics.

Three single channel video stereo. 7’40’’;1’;'2’40’ and
Two Instalations. Variable size. Myanmar, 2011
Shown at: New Zera Art Gallery, Yangon, Myanmar, 2011
Pati Manning, Casa de la Caritat de Barcelona, 2011

To Give / to Take 
Rice Giving 


Sinergies Locals
Relational process work done in collaboration with a voluntary group of people belonging to several different civil associations of Tarragona, comprising aboriginal and migrated people. The group worked towards the elaboration of a “Local” recipes book, where all the recipes were placed at the same level, whatever they were all time recipes or newly incorporated ones.

The work process was itself a intercultural space of exchange and dialogue, were participant explore the common points of view as much as the non solved differences. The book incorporates the participants narrations on they own integration processes, as a way to analyse who bear the weight of the integration processes and when the immigrated population stops being seen like foreign and stars to be seen like just another local. The outcome is not a multicultural exotic cook book, but a Tarragona’s real civic fabric one.

Digital publication.
CA Tarragona Centre d’Art.
Winner of Contextador2013

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