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Localidad

Sample of two projects developed over the last years shown at Local space, Gijón. Through the languages ​​of social sculpture and environmental and relational aesthetics, the exhibition represents and visualizes questions of identity, sense of place and...

Herbarium 2018

Presentation of the book «Herbarium. Perspectives on culture and nature by Lorena Lozano + Working Group + FCAYC ». During the last two years we have been developing a small book that reflects the philosophy of the Herbarium project from its beginning in 2013 until...

Cultural memories

Since February 2018 we collaborate in the research project «Sociocultural Change, Memory, Heritage and Identities in Deindustrialization contexts» (University of Oviedo, 2018), a study that addresses the state of tangible and intangible heritage linked to...

Course «Art, science and society»

Collaborating in the second edition of the University Classroom «Art, science and society. A space for reflection on the connections between art and science in contemporary society». Dir. Natalia Tielve and Lorena Lozano, University of Oviedo. This course touches...

Cultural mapping

"Artistic Approaches to Cultural Mapping. Activating Imaginaries and Means of Knowing". Edited by Nancy Duxbury, W.F. Garrett-Petts, Alys Longley. London: Routledge, 2018. Making space for imagination can shift research and community planning from a reflective stance...

Laboratory to the fresh

«Laboratorio a la fresca» is a seminar/workshop directed to students from Granada School of Fine Art, where, for three days, we approach the idea of ​​survival looking for aesthetic and technical ways in response to environmental conditions....

Herbarium 2017

During the next months of 2017 we will be between Cerezales del Condado and Veranes, creating bridges and conversations about the past and the future of the vegetation, a journey through archeology, colonial botany and citizen laboratories. We will be accompanied by...

Social dialogue

Lorena Lozano and Juanjo Palacios have developed the Social Dialogue project, based on the research of Mona Aranea within the Marie Curie program of the University of Oviedo.
In a scenario in which heavy industry as a city model gives way to culture as capital, this project gathers different voices involved in social dialogue in Europe. The composition is the result of extracts from interviews conducted by Mona Aranea during her doctoral research with different agents of the metal industry in Spain, Belgium and Germany.

Culturizing Sustainable Cities

Econodos collaborates within the project Culturizing Sustainable Cities developed by Cities, Cultures and Architecture Research Group at Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal. Directed by Nancy Duxbury. In collaboration with Dpto. Sociology at...

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