Join us on Saturday, April 28th at NonSense 5.2 event at StudioP52*, www.studiop52.com
NonSense 5.2 is a celebration of our senses.
Come explore your sensory perceptivity** through an interactive representation of what we find when exploring our´s.
20.00 > Opening Exhibition
21.00-22.00 > Interactive Performance Installation
22.00-23.00 > Live band by ¨Sofphie and friends¨
23.00-23.15 > Dancing Performance, ¨The fire¨
23.15-00.15 > Dj Kuba
00.15-01.15 > Dj Vilma
*) Studio P52
an international platform for communal creation with 15 multidisciplinar resident artists
**) sensory perceptivity
the ability to perceive, to feel. Tests for this are based on the assumption that the observer can differentiate between a reflex response and a central perception.
Artist: James Cronin / UK
Currently on the Erasmus exchange programme, studying Diseno Grafico in Bau, Escuela de Diseno not far from the studio. I have a passion for innovative design and communicating with an audience. My role as a Graphic Designer is to solve problems visually and create work that is not only functional but aesthetically pleasing.
Please feel free to check out my portfolio and blog below:
My name is Mark Nieborg, I’m 28 years old and from The Netherlands. I’ve only been in Barcelona for a few months, but I feel at home already. I graduated Psychology 2 years ago, now I’m trying to combine it with my longtime passion; Art. Currently working for Apple but it’s not slowing me down from realizing my dream; starting a business and doing projects in which I can combine both Psychology and Arts. A part from helping people, I’m focussing on introducing different forms of Art in the life of kids. Developing the talent that’s already there….
She likes to work mostly on borders, between image and action, performance and installation. Using the body as a tool to transcend physical and theoretical domains. Her baggage is the one of dancer, from classical ballet to non-technique things, keeping the questions about professional and amateur, well done and bad done, right and wrong. She developed her career between Reykjavik, Copenhagen, Berlin, Lisbon, Barcelona, Ibiza and Granada in order to mount up a long list of skill, experiences, habits, information around what performance is or how is the future for contemporary dance, and in her own words: “I didn’t find any answer at the moment. Maybe out of Europe, in a place with no memory in contemporary dance, a fresh spot…”
One day he decided to leave his career from the world of construction to do a discovery trip in India. There, drawing between temples, cities and dust, he discovered that his vocation was to design. Back to his original town in Granada he worked developing projects in urban scale; within the network Murcia31, obtainning several prizes. Later, he founded Miga Arquitectura with the artist and programmer Ángel Muñoz, after receiving the Andalusian Design Prize. After leaving his activity in Miga he started his research in structures based in sand; assisted by prototyping systems added to industrial machines. Building several sculptures on the desert of Sahara and the beach of Barceloneta; His activity is now focused on the parametric production of solar houses, performance scenography and sculptures that distort rizomatic orders…