Invidual residences

DOLÇA LAFARQUE BOVER

From Monday, 1 March 2021 to Monday, 8 February 2021

DOLÇA LAFARQUE BOVER
Art Historian, Tour guide
Albons (Girona, Catalonia)

Bio

Degree in Art History from the University of Barcelona (2004), conducted Erasmus at the University of Bologna, Italy, in the performing arts department (2004); has completed the Master’s Degree in Theater Studies from the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona (2020). She has notions of Cultural Management and Cultural Marketing from a course at the UNED (2012) and a course in theater production at the Sala Atrium in Barcelona (2009). She is a self-employed entrepreneur, has worked as a tourist guide and is the creator of educational, cultural and theatrical routes. Currently working in collaboration with a network of European guides and creating links for the promotion and execution of cultural tourism,  respectful with the environment and lthe ocal communities. At the same time, the research work initiated during the Master's degree continues active with a focus on the performing arts carried out in unconventional spaces. 

Project

First of all, the phase of the project we want to develop in situ in Olot is composed by actions in which we seek to establish heterogeneous dialogues with the population; convinced that it is necessary to investigate the diversity of points of view to generate archives of memory, which will also be heterogeneous and fragmented. We are interested to chat with people of various professions and ages who, from their particularities, have been related to the Sismògraf Festival . Secondly, the final action we want to reach with this research is the realization of audio-guided routes which will happen inside the public space of Olot. With these audio-guides the spectators of the festival, and especially the citizens of Olot, will evoke their own memory of the festival, their own daily life as people walking around Olot and its surroundings. By means of "audio guides" those sensitive memories that we record and that therefore arise from the citizens/public, will return to the streets of Olot connecting to the experiences of others bodies that will be made present through their voices. We seek to generate memory and archive of the festival and its multiple audiences involved. 

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