TEA Tenerife Arts . Areain the capital of Tenerife, celebrates today Friday and tomorrow Saturday a workshop on risography entitled Remakes under the volcano. Unfinished Projects Handbook. Volume 2In charge of take. The activity proposes the creation of an incomplete risographic publication consisting of reconstructed elements from our conceptual past. tires Stromboliby Rossellini; Photographed by Rafael García Plaza (affiliated with the Isla de Tenerife Center for Photography), the iconic systems imbued with volcanic structures and maps will delve into participants both in the conceptual power of rhesographic language and in the never-ending tide. Change the reality of those strange creatures that are unfinished projects.
Remakes under the volcano He suggests delving into the sublime inherent in situations where the ephemeral coexists with the present, a place where reality defines an environment in which anything can happen. This activity – which is part of the TEA . programme short wave. documentation lab– It will be held on Friday from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm; And on Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM and from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM. To attend this proposal, which is free, pre-registration is required by sending an email to [email protected], in whatever name the DNI and the contact phone number are indicated. Participants are advised to bring a laptop and photo-editing software.
Tyke. Jaime Ortega (Valencia) is a group focused on desktop publishing. It uses the risographic language as a communicative tool with proposals covering all the processes needed to create books, from their original concept, text and design to their sale. Interested in the book as an object format that carries communicative elements, their work often leads them to implement projects that are not exactly books.
Through these experiments, they try to find the boundaries of what is modifiable and what is marketable. They have participated in all major international exhibitions related to art books, from Printed Matter in New York to the London Gallery of Illustrations, via Arco in Madrid and Lisbon. They are currently working simultaneously on various risographic projects related to 20th century architecture.
short wave It is a TEA program that originates with the idea of creating an indoor platform that maintains communication with independent projects and collections outside the museum premises. Given the need for this dialogue with outer space, a program that is responsible for communicating with satellite projects and capable of capturing their frequency range is proposed. This program focuses on the beta version and publishing of content through an editorial line for risograph, a radio platform, and one for the publication of photographic and film archives.