Collective residencies

ADELA VÁZQUEZ

From Wednesday, 2 November 2022 to Friday, 11 November 2022

ADELA VÁZQUEZ
University Professor
Santiago de Compostela-Yucatan

Bio

Master's degree in Social Work from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, BA in Art History and Graduate in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage. University professor in undergraduate and postgraduate courses at UNAM, the Autonomous University of Yucatán [UADY] and the University of Vigo. Regional coordinator in Mexico of the YUCUNET project, network of Master Programme in Contemporary Art and Cultural Management Yucatán-Cuba Erasmus+ EACEA/K2; conservator-restorer at the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico [INAH] and co-director of the International Congress of Socialisation of Heritage in the Rural Environment [SOPA] in Yucatan. She is part of the Teaching Innovation Group in Heritage Education of the UVigo and Fabcity Yucatán A.C. Co-founder of the Cultural Association Niquelarte and BIComún, in 2020 won the Cultural Diversity Fund of the Casal Català de Yucatán A.C. in Art Category. Co-author of "Petjades" and "A través das marxes. Entrelazando feminismos, ruralidades e común"s.

Project

I investigate how to open up the relationship between heritage and commons from the philosophy of praxis through the Participatory Action Research methodology, BIComún. As a migrant I have established a strong connection between the Yucatan Peninsula and the Iberian Peninsula as new ways of understanding the world and commons environments and it is time to explore other territories. In the residency I will work on the development of the "memograma" tool based on the technique of the "relatograma" to explore how a memograma can tell the story of life in common as a nexus between past, present and future. The context situated in Olot and in the laboratory will be social spaces for praxis.

Notícies, articles i activitats

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