Not Only What, But Also How
Not Only What, But Also How offers a review of each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals conducted by Spanish artists and organizations that will provide the opportunity to take a closer look at the 2030 Agenda.
Around Pollinators raises a reflection on the fundamental role of native biotopes in generating resilience in the face of the serious threat of climate change. With this purpose in mind, environmental Spanish artist Lucía Loren proposes the creation of a garden of native plants that seeks to attract and feed local populations of fauna, improving their habitats, air quality and biodiversity.
50 fotografías con historia
50 fotografías con historia takes a look at the last eighty years of this discipline in Spain through its key participants: 50 images. Each of the selected photographs reflects an era, a way of understanding photography and, of course, its corresponding social and human burden.
Transformando lo físico
How can you describe a building without ever having seen it, without having walked through its doors? Transforming the physical environment has asked 12 Spanish creators to define our building without visiting it first, at least not in the traditional sense. To do this, the artists will work on the intervention of a photograph of the façade of the building which will be placed in the garden.
On the occasion of the 5th Centenary of the first trip around the world, accomplished by Juan Sebastian Elcano and Fernando de Magallanes, Spanish artist Juanli Carrión designs a garden commissioned by the Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain that explores the socio-botanical consequences of the Magellan-Elcano expedition.
Teatro para dar la vuelta al mundo
Theater to circumnavigate the world features three emerging Spanish playwrights who create new short plays on the occasion of the 5th Centenary of the first trip around the world.
Amalgama El Prado by Daniel Canogar
Amalgama El Prado is a generative video work created from the Prado Museum’s painting collection, which will be transformed by an algorithm created by the studio of Daniel Canogar, liquifying artworks into a mercurial blend. The pictures will be projected while they slide through the oculus in the ballroom of the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain in Washington, D.C.