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LABoral research and experience new ways to share the experience of art. With exhibitions, performances, presentations ... Provides access to the best of contemporary art, as interaction space presents local artists, national and international co-productions and performs with prestigious international institutions.

Exhibitions 2014 Laboral Centro de Arte y Creacion Industrial

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LABoral research and experience new ways to share the experience of art. With exhibitions, performances, presentations ... Provides access to the best of contemporary art, as interaction space presents local artists, national and international co-productions and performs with prestigious international institutions.

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    Universo Vídeo. La Vidéothèque

    Universo Vídeo. La Vidéothèque

    This exhibition showcases the work of artists in the audiovisual platform/archive at La Vidéothèque, an online resource centre which has been compiling and diffusing the creations of video artists from across the globe since 2010.
    Universo vídeo. La Vidéothèque presents nine works offering a cross-section of happening tendencies in audiovisual creation today. Like an electrical circuit or system, the singularities of each individual work feed off, affect and transform the following one, creating a narrative where links with other forms and different motives are forged or broken.

    Curated by: Chloé Dragna and Alfredo Aracil
    Artists & works:
    Ismail Bahri, Orientations, 2010
    Philippe Cote, Des nuages aux fêlures de la terre, 2007
    Combes & Renaud, Pornographie, 2008
    Boris du Boullay, Je n’ai fait que t’attendre, 2013
    Thibault Jehanne, Eclipse, 2014
    Ben Russell, The Twilight State, 2014
    Oriol Sánchez, Waking Windows aka Victoria's Wake, 2014
    Jérôme Schlomoff, Henri Plaat, 2010
    Elise Vandewalle, Première demeure, 2010

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    A screaming comes across the sky. Juha van' t Zelfde, curator

    A screaming comes across the sky. Juha van' t Zelfde, curator

    uha van ' t Zelfde is curator of the exhibition 'A screaming comes across the sky'.
    The exhibition, and its associated events, zooms in on the shock and awe of drone warfare, and addresses the ethical and legal ambiguity of drones, mass surveillance and war at a distance. It presents the work of contemporary artists who are critiquing the way in which military technology and networks can obscure, conceal and distance us from the political and social reality of warfare today.

    Production exhibition: LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial
    In collaboration with: Lighthouse

    • 10 min
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    A screaming comes across the sky. Mariele Neudecker, The Air Itself is One Vast Library, 2010

    A screaming comes across the sky. Mariele Neudecker, The Air Itself is One Vast Library, 2010

    Artist at the exhibition 'A screaming comes across the sky' with the work The Air Itself is One Vast Library, 2010.
    Mariele Neudecker uses a broad range of media including sculpture, video and installation and works around notions of the Contemporary Sublime.

    Mariele Neudecker uses a broad range of media including sculpture, video and installation and works around notions of the Contemporary Sublime.
    The exhibition, and its associated events, zooms in on the shock and awe of drone warfare, and addresses the ethical and legal ambiguity of drones, mass surveillance and war at a distance. It presents the work of contemporary artists who are critiquing the way in which military technology and networks can obscure, conceal and distance us from the political and social reality of warfare today.

    Production exhibition: LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial
    In collaboration with: Lighthouse

    • 4 min
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    A screaming comes across the sky

    A screaming comes across the sky

    In the post-PRISM age of mass surveillance and invisible war, artists, alongside journalists, whistleblowers and activists, reveal the technological infrastructures that enable events like drone-strikes to occur. Some of the works here are poetic by nature, inviting the audience to placidly reflect. Others create a more immediate, visceral response, making them physically experience awe and apprehension. As often in tragedy, humour can be the most fearless messenger.

    Curator: Juha van ’t Zelfde, Artistic Director Lighthouse
    Artists: AeraCoop (Lot Amorós, Cristina Navarro y Alexandre Oliver), ES / Lot Amorós, ES / James Bridle, UK / Alicia Framis, ES / Laurent Grasso, FR / Roger Hiorns, UK / Silvia Maglioni & Graeme Thomson (terminal beach) UK/IT / Metahaven, NL / Mariele Neudecker, DE / Martha Rosler, US / Roman Signer, CH / Hito Steyerl, DE
    Initiation of concept and collaboration: Honor Harger
    Exhibition architecture: Miroslav Rajic
    Exhibition graphics: Metahaven
    With thanks to: All of the artists involved and courtesy of Abraaj Capital Art Prize and Rose Issa Projects, Open Data Institute, Laurent Grasso Studio, Edouard Malingue Gallery (Hong Kong), ADAGP Gallery (Paris), Corvi-Mora Gallery, UK, Gallerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Martha Rosler Studio & Galerie Nagel Draxler, Berlin, Gallerie Martin Janda, Wilfried Lentz, Rotterdam.

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    frequencies (light quanta). Nicolas Bernier. 2014

    frequencies (light quanta). Nicolas Bernier. 2014

    frequencies (light quanta)project result Nicolas Bernier's residence in the Sound LAB. The selection of the artist in residence and the exhibition of the work produced is a proposal joint by the LEV Festival and production by LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial and Perte de Signal.

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    What is the smell of an exhibition? A selection of works from the olorVISUAL collection

    What is the smell of an exhibition? A selection of works from the olorVISUAL collection

    What is the smell of an exhibition? presents a selection of audiovisual pieces from the collection olorVISUAL that build discourses around social and political issues, reflect upon fiction, performance and dream, or they are just suggested as exercises of the imaginary. The artists included in this show take the viewer away to different time-space universes, where other kind of relationship with reality is possible.

    By means of a production grant announced jointly with LABoral, the collection olorVISUAL incorporates the work nanoEsencia_Grafeno, by Hugo Martínez Tormo. The piece, included in the exhibition, proposes an approach to art and science from the intimate synaesthetic vision of the artist.

    Synaesthesia (mix of sensations perceived by different senses) is indeed the conceptual thread of What is the smell of an exhibition?, a show that invites the viewer to discover the works based on “their smell”, to allow them to awake memories and past experiences.
    Curator: Alicia Ventura
    Artists/Works:
    Andrea Bátorfi, Unfolding; Democracia, Charity; Nanna Hänninen, Meditation Practices II. Trying to Be a Better Me; Carlos Irijalba, Inercia; Clare Langan, Glass hour; Cristina Lucas, El eje del mal; Hugo Martínez-Tormo, nanoEsencia_Grafeno; Albert Merino, La esencia de la piedra; Fleur Noguera, Smoke; Marina Núñez, Red; Javier Peñafiel, Conquista básica te vuelvo a pedir que te definas; Benet Rossell, Mil a Miró; Charles Sandison, Genoma; Amparo Sard, Hauptpunkt (Esencia); Martín Sastre, U from Uruguay (Sé rico, sé famoso, sé maravilloso... O sé tú); Hiraki Sawa, Sleeping machine I; Mariana Vassileva, Tango; Tim White-Sobieski, On the Wing; Carla Zaccagnini, E pur si muove.

    • 2 min

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