June 15th and 16th, 2022.
11:30 a.m. Viewing Room of the Faculty of Fine Arts (Building II),
17:00. Rekalde (Bilbao)
Three years ago, in laSIA research group (UPV/EHU) we started a little project called Serantes Seminar; since then, our interest in landscape has been a constant (http://www.lasiaweb.com/en/tag/montana-en/).
The starting point them was the historic climb of Mont Ventoux by Francesco Petrarca, in which the pleasure of sightseing the landscape succumbs to the moral conflict that is generated in the poet. Despite the distance, it still seems to us a valid reference to consider the possibilities of continuing to aesthetically appreciate the environment.
Today, in the middle of the climate crisis, we want to ask the landscape; situate ourselves in the reflexive distance that the term itself defines. This seminar wants to open a dialogue from contemporary artistic practices: is it necessary to relocate the gaze that historically turned the territory into landscape? Does it make sense to continue talking about landscape or should we perhaps approach it from the notion of environment?, and in that case, What would be the consequences? How does current art address these issues?
With the participation of:
Veva Linaza. Profesora Adjunta UPV/EHU
Francisco Paiva. Professor UBI / Labcom (Portugal).
Rita Sixto. Profesora titular UPV/EHU. I.P. laSIA
Rakel Gómez Vázquez. Doctoranda UPV/EHU
Julen Agirre Egibar. Profesor Adjunto UPV/EHU
Unai Requejo Mezo. Profesor Adjunto UPV/EHU
Viviane Straub. Alumna Grado en Arte UPV/EHU
The program is completed in the Viewing Room of the Faculty of Fine Arts (Building II), on June 15 and 16 at 11:30 a.m.