The Invisible City Biographies
Multimedia artist. Born in Lleida 1956, based in Barcelona.
His projects have been presented at the Espacio Uno/Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid 1997; Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires 1999; 2ª Bienal Iberoamericana de Lima 1999; MECAD/ZKM'net_condition, Karlsruhe 1999; Dapertutto La Biennale di Venezia 1999; Media Lounge/New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York 2001; Hamburger Banhof, Berlin 2002; Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona 2003; P.S.1./MOMA, New York 2003; Centro Cultural de España, México DF 2004; 1ª Bienal de Sevilla 2004; Centre d'Art La Panera, Lleida 2005; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León 2005; La Casa Encendida, Madrid 2005; Centre d'Art Santa Mònica, Barcelona 2006; Estrecho dudoso: Tráficos, Fundación Teorética, San José de Costa Rica 2006; Centro Cultural Sao Paulo, Brasil 2007; Centre d'Art Contemporaine, Geneva 2008; Der diskrete charme der technologie, ZKM Karlsruhe, Germany 2008; Souls & machines, Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid 2008 and on the internet. The project canal*ACCESSIBLE at the Centre d'Art Santa Mònica has been given the National Visual Arts Award of the Generalitat de Cataluña, and the Golden Nica Digital Communities of the Prix Ars Electronica of Linz, Austria 2006
Visual artist. Taking as his point of departure conceptual processes of reflection, Domènec has built up a sculptural and photographic body of work, along with installations and interventions in public space, which takes the architectural project as one of the most productive and complex imaginary constructions of the modern tradition.
He has taken part in several projects In Situ and international projects of Public Art in different places like Ireland, Mexico, Belgium, France, Italy, USA, Brazil, Argentine, Israel and Palestine.
Artistic collective focused on the use and transformation of public and urban space. This artistic collective was created in the city of Barcelona at the year 2001 by Vahida Ramujkic (Belgrad, 1973) and Laia Sadurní (Barcelona, 1973).
Collaborative projects platform centred on the contemporary metropolis. Founded in 2002 by Elvira Pujol and Joan Vila-Puig, it develops specific creation and mediation projects in the Barcelona metropolitan area.
Sitesize defines itself as a project initiator in the hybrid field of social analysis and creative processes. Its objective is to generate instruments of critical knowledge based on collective forms of thought and investigation in order to create spaces for dialogue and set in motion collaborative creation/participation processes. Local contexts are the privileged work sites for experiencing territories as new forms of action which, thanks to their creative and purposefullness character, tend to widen their scope.
Cultural agitator, independent curator, cultural programer and artist, is fascinated with the crosscutting relationships between artist and spectator and the interaction with the public space.
Jon Irigoyen borned in the dirty, punk, post-industrial city of Bilbao. In the last 14 years has lived in different European cities: Madrid, Bristol and Barcelona, being currently based in Helsinki. He has previously worked as art director and as a university teacher.