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Sunday, December 6 from 4 to 8 pm (online)

Carlos Alba


We will explore creativity within research and identify opportunities to use artistic methods within the research process. Participants will actively work with creative research methods and the research-based art project construction process. We will explain what creativity is, why we should investigate during the performance of our artistic work, why we should be creative in our research, and how we can introduce research into our artistic practice and methods.

4 hours

Sunday, December 6 from 4 to 8 pm (also online)

€ 47


Minimum of participants: 8
Maximum number of participants: 16


Carlos Alba (Madrid, 1984) is a photographer based in Madrid who works exploring the limits of documentary photography and video. He uses the image as a record and as a support for his research and creation work, which is focused on human relations in the contemporary world. It documents the social and environmental crisis that plague the world in which we live. Its tools are photographic archive and objects that help you in the investigation and materialization of the images you want to take.

He has received the FiebreLAB 2019 (Spain), Xhibit 2018 (United Kingdom), Tokyo International Photography Competition 2017 (Japan), Landskrona Foto Residency 2017 (Sweden), Zone C Visual Arts Award 2016 (Spain) and Flash Forwards UK 2016 (United United). He has been a finalist for Getxo Photo 2019 (Spain), BMW ParisPhoto Art Residency 2017 (France), Encontros Da Imagem 2016 (Portugal), Grand Prix Fotofestiwal 2016 (Poland) and Descubrimientos PhotoEspaña 2015 (Spain).

His work has been exhibited in several galleries, museums and festivals around the world such as Hayward Gallery (London, 2019), SIPF (Singapore, 2018), Landskrona Foto Festival (Landskrona, 2018), British Museum (London, 2018), GGallery ( Taipei, 2018), UPI Gallery (New York, 2018), Wonder Foto (Taipei, 2018) Format Festival (Derby, 2017), Auditorio de Galicia (Santiago de Compostela, 2017), La Fabrica Gallery (Madrid, 2016), Art Inkubator (Lodz, 2016), PhotoEspaña (Madrid, 2016), Festival Circulations (Paris, 2016) and DOC Field at Arts Santa Monica (Barcelona, ​​2016), among others.

His new book ‘The Taste Of The Wind’ has been published by Landskrona Foto and he has just launched an independent visual art space called Bubbleclub in Madrid.