7 March 2024

Date: Thursday, 7th of March, 2024
Time: From 12:00 to 13:00
Venue: Quo Artis. Sant Manuel Pavilion, BHH; Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site.
Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167, 08025, Barcelona
This event is free of charge, however due to limited capacity, and to access Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, reservation of a seat is necessary, and can be made by using this form

This conversation will be in English.

Exhibition dates: The exhibition will be on view until March 20th, pausing for a 2-week intermission to accommodate Barcelona’s Fashion Week in Sant Pau Art Nouveau site, before resuming from April 15th to April 30th.

To mark the culmination of the project A Sea Change, Quo Artis presents the exhibition A sea on edge, which presents a series of works that epitomize the interdisciplinary research collaboration that has been taking place in the two years of duration of this international project . A project that blended art, science, and environmental advocacy to dissect the complexities of the Mediterranean’s Blue Economy, whilst seeking to cultivate critical perspectives on how we connect and engage with this vital marine biome.

Opening with a a round table on the 7th March, from 12:00 to 13:00, featuring discussions between artist Robertina Šebjanič, Kontejner’s curator, Davorka Begović, oceanographer Joan Llort, and Quo Artis projects coordinator Helena Pérez Guerra, this event is crafted to cultivate a multidisciplinary conversation among participants, enabling a deeper exploration of the themes showcased in the exhibitions and throughout the project.

This exhibition offers visitors a rich, multifaceted experience through tangible explorations of diverse interpretations and reflections on the Mediterranean, highlighting the intricate complexities of the region’s Blue Economy.

Participating artists: Helene Black, César Escudero Andaluz, Daniel García Andújar, FRAUD (Audrey Samson & Francisco Gallardo), Katja Loher, Filippo Minelli, and Robertina Šebjanič.

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