Harrotu ileak. Sharing processes
“Harrotu ileak. Sharing processes” exhibits a selection of collaborative projects carried out by European stakeholders in the CAPP (Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme) network between 2015 and 2018.
CAPP is a network for research and dissemination of collaborative artistic practices and comprises nine cultural institutions from six European countries. Tabakalera has been participating in this network with the project titled Harrotu ileak. This initiative works with a group of young people—mostly migrants—on the different contexts housed within the International Centre for Contemporary Culture.
The exhibit shares the processes and results of the Harrotu ileak project and from other projects carried out in collaboration with the CAPP network.
It includes audiovisual material, descriptive texts from external observers and other object-based elements which try to illustrate the diversity involved in the collaborative processes and to generate a place for learning and exchange among the local, national and international community.
*Tabakalera is represented in the CAPP network by the hablarenarte independent platform. Both entities have co-produced this exhibit.