BCN-BXL. Coderch-De Koninck. Beyond Time by Bea Sarrias and Morrosko Vila-San-Juan

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Spain Art & science LAB in Belgium. Rue de la Science 19, 1040 Brussels, Belgium.
November 25th, 2021 to January 31th, 2022.

Bea Sarrias

Bea Sarrias has developed a large part of his work in Barcelona, where she studied Fine Arts and soon became interested in architecture and the portrayal of iconic spaces. Her work, based on works by important Spanish and international architects, has received various recognition samples and his virtuous handling of light and shadows has been highlighted.

Among her most recent projects is the large portrait that she painted live a few months ago at NATO headquarters in Brussels. Shortly after, she carried out an artist residency at Mana Contemporary, New York, where she worked on the mark that architect J. L. Sert had left on the city. Currently, she works on various projects on iconic architecture and prepares various exhibitions and her upcoming artistic residencies in Oslo and Brussels.

Vila-San-Juan Morrosko

Morrosko Vila-San-Juan  is a filmmaker. Born in Barcelona in 1970 and graduated in Philosophy, he has a long career as a filmmaker and journalist. He has written, directed and produced numerous documentaries as well as video pieces. He regularly collaborates with different televisions (TVE, TV3, Betevé), institutions and art centers (CCCB, MACBA, Flux. Author's video festival), as well as with written and digital media and also gives audiovisual classes at various universities.

Together with Bea Sarrias he has made audiovisual pieces inspired by iconic architecture in recent years, such as “A day at the Ricarda” (selected at the Loop Barcelona Festival and screened in various countries); “La Cima de Coderch (an unfulfilled dream)”, presented at the Barcelona Design Week; “Look, Sert, Gomis. The Light in the artist's workshop ”, presented in Brussels, or “Welcome to La Ricarda”, recently exhibited at the Senda Gallery in Barcelona.



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