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Presentation - Meritxell Aumedes Molinero

Epost: m.aumedes@eye-motional.com
Hemsida: www.eye-motional.com
"Versatile artist whose work brings to a new level of significance the combination between dance, performance and visual arts; exploring the notions of time, reality and experience." ART Habens 2016

Utbildning

 Master in Contemporary Performative Arts, Gothenburg University (Sweden)

 Multimedia Studies, Open University of Catalonia (Spain)

 Diploma in Dance, University for Music and Dance in Cologne (Germany)

 

 

 

Övrigt

Her multidisciplinary work melts the boundaries of visual art and performance, taking the form of audiovisual installations, performances or films. From her background in contemporary dance, the body is an element strongly present in her creations.

I want to be able to reach the audience, to give them an experience that resonates in them, opening the possibility for a dialogue between the artistic work and the viewers.

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rûah

Audio Visual Installation (2014)
3:33min (loop)

"rûah" (female Hebrew onomatopoetic expression that mimics the sound of the wind or a breath).

In an oscillation of waves between tension and release, Aumedes portrays the moment of letting go after an intense experience, exploring the state of calmness after the storm.
She uses a bed as a metaphoric space of encounter for birth and death, pain and pleasure, a place where life can often start and end. This "silent space" works in juxtaposition to the memories and sounds it is connected to.
In a cycle without a beginning or an end, rûa¿ reflects upon primal feelings of the human condition.

"rûah" has been presented in Gothenburg at the exhibition center for contemporary art and culture Röda Sten (Nov. 2014) and at Teater Trixter (May 2016), at the venue Paladium in Malmö (Feb. 2015) and at Studio 44 in Stockholm in the frame of the Fringe Festival (Oct. 2015).

Publicerad 2016-06-06

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