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anterior Poetics in documentary photographic narratives siguiente

Saturday, October 1 from 11 am to 1.30 pm

Ariadna Silva Fernández

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Where? CC Parc Sandaru, Carrer Buenaventura Muñoz 21, Barcelona

When? Saturday, October 1 from 11 am to 1.30 pm

Price 25 €

Maximum capacity 20 participants

Theoretical-practical workshop of introduction to the use of own resources of the lyric and poetry in the execution of documentary photographic projects. We will review some of the most relevant creations of contemporary photography, analyzing work methodologies, exhibition formats and photobook publishing.

     

    About Ariadna Silva Fernández

    Graduated in Audiovisual Communication from the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Master in Artistic and Documentary Photography from the TAI School and Master in Cultural Services from the University of Santiago de Compostela. Her personal work drifts between photography and documentary film. She is currently developing long-term personal projects within contemporary and author documentary filmmaking, focusing on the Galician landscape and autobiography as the central axis of his photographic and audiovisual narrative. Her intention is to build a look at the natural landscape under the premise of transit, change and doubt with the intention of generating critical and reflective discourses.

    Her awards include selections at festivals and residencies such as the Canon Student Program 2017 of the Visa Pour l’image in Perpignan (France), Encontros de Artistas Novos da Cidade da Cultura, Pa-ta-ta Photography Festival. She was a finalist for the International Emerging Prize 2020 of the Encontros da Imagem de Braga (Portugal), winner of the Xuventude Crea Photography Prize awarded by the Xunta de Galicia and winner of one of the Albarracín Scholarships of the Albarracín Photography and Journalism Seminar.

    She has exhibited individually at the PHotoEspaña Off Festival (My Name’s Lolita Art Gallery), at the Kiosco Alfonso (A Coruña) and at the Banco Editorial Gallery (A Coruña). She has also exhibited in collective exhibitions in Encontros da Imagem, in the City of Culture of Galicia or in the Church of the University of Santiago de Compostela.

    In 2018 she published her first photobook ‘Fillos do vento’ (BANCO Editorial), a personal story about the Rapa das Bestas de Sabucedo and in 2019 she self-published ‘Historias minimas’, a fanzine of intimate stories.

    She participated in the reviewing of the seventh edition of Art Photo Bcn in 2020.

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