Selection of audiovisual works by Spanish artists.
Curated by Macu Moran
Wednesday February 15th: 20hs and 21.30hs: Sala Azcona, Cineteca Matadero
Restless (E)motion is dedicated to a selection of Spanish artists reflecting on the emotional uneasiness of the human being. According to 20th Century philosopher Ortega y Gasset, each generation represents certain vital sensitiveness, which confronts and develops former ideologies at the same time. An evolution configured under a structural form in which the human mass is receptive and limited to accept or oppose the proposals made by individuals with "avant-garde hearts and alert souls, condemned not to ever be fully understood".
This selection tries to upbring diverse matters of interests for a group of talented Spanish artists, mixing those specifically local, but with universal trascendence, with those universal in nature but that are perceived from the point of view of a generation of artists intrinsically attached to the Spanish culture.
Bigas Luna: Collar de moscas, 1'10'', 2002
Fernando Baena: Videos del Deseo, 8', 2010
Chus García-Fraile: Running, 2'43'', 2009
Amparo Sard: Dudando del momento perfecto, 8', 2004
Francesca Llopis: Gotescauen, 2'07'', 2007
Oscar Seco: Heaven came from hell, 5'10'', 2004
Maria José Chinchilla: Transformation, 6'20'', 2008
Maria Cañas: Toro's revenge, 1'49'', 2006
PSJM: Video Spot Marx®, 2'20'', 2008
Evaristo Benítez: Jeux de mains, 2'45'', 2008
Ana de Alvear: Un unusual Mob, 6'22''
Enriqueta Rocher: Under the skin, 4'32'', 2009
Felipe Ortega: About reconciliation 10, 2'50'', 2010
Cristina Martin Lara: Landpartie if, 1'40''
Dionisio Gonzalez: Elegia 1938, 5'34'', 2008
Daniel Silvo: Tecno-olives, 2'05'', 2002
Carmen Espla: Rain, 3'09'', 2007