INTERVENTION: SCRIPTBARIK. Amparo Badiola, Gema Intxausti and Susana Talayero
Artists Amparo Badiola, Gema Intxausti and Susana Talayero are presenting SCRIPTBARK, a 3 artist collaborative project, inLantegia, Laboratory of ideas.It will becarried out during a 2 month term at the laboratory-residency that will take place in the BAT space.
This work is an experiment without a preconceived idea or specific purpose, which will be articulated at an organic rhythm and in relation to the various disciplines configuring the work practice of these 3 co-author artists and participants in the project: dance (Amparo Badiola), sculpture (Gema Intxausti) and painting (Susana Talayero).
The project is based on the intervention of each artist in the work of the others via the proposal of a series of specific exercises which will make up the project in its creation process.
According to the artists,“SCRIPTBARIKis an experiment whose key lies in the free appropriation of the idea, purpose, external action and reconfiguration of our respective work practices to converge towards a common purpose, a production without government, i.e. are-organised chaos in relation to the body and its drifts.”
Amparo Badiola (Bilbao, 1958) graduated in Medicine at UPV/EHU. She undertook non-official dance studies in Bilbao and London, where she lived from 1988 to 2003. She combines her creative work with teaching and researching on movement. Her latest stage creation, Palabras Invisibles, was presented at the London Elixir Festival and Sala Baratza, Vitoria-Gasteiz, in 2014.
Gema Intxausti (Gernika-Lumo, 1966) works in the fields of sculpture, drawing and film narration. On completion of her Fine Arts studies at UPV/EHU, she moved to London where she lived and studied film. She received the Gure Artea award in 2018 for her artistic career. She has recently had exhibitions at La Taller, Bilbao (2019) and Carreras Múgica, Bilbao (2016) and she has recently presented Entre la multitud, observando el arresto en Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz (2020).
Susana Talayero (Bilbao, 1961). Her work revolves around painting and drawing, spreading occasionally to video. After graduating in Fine Arts at UPV/EHU,she moved to Rome where she lived from 1986 to 1996. She has recently had exhibitions at Carreras Múgica (2019) and the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum (2016). She co-ordinates the L’occasione project with Amparo Badiola, an initiative of public meetings in Bilbao. She has recently recived the ‘VII Premio Vila de Santanyí de ArtesVisuales’ Award, Mallorca (2019).
The project has been adequated to established security protocols.
From Tuesday to Saturday, 6pm-9pm
LANTEGIA 2. BAT Space
LANTEGIA 2. Espacio BAT