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L.E.A

LABORATORY OF ARTISTIC EXPERIMENTATION

Created to support the creative development of artists and researchers, through scholarship programs and residences.

LEA proposes the creation of specific projects to maintain an open, dynamic and inspiring dialogue with the different areas of the Faena Art Center, building a cultural and artistic movement centered in the Faena District and the City of Buenos Aires.

This first edition, is led by Emiliano Miliyo, with the collaboration of Diego Bianchi and Ines Dahn. The artists participating in LEA 2012 are: Nicanor Araoz, Ernesto Ballesteros, Julian D’Angiolillo, Irina Kirchuk, Valentina Liernur, Lucrecia Lionti, Adriana Minoliti, Dudu Quintanilha, Luis Teran. LEA makes available to participating artists, a working space for three months in which, through a prorama of experimentation and research they will be able to materialize an individual or collective project – which will be displayed in the Catedral Exhibition Hall (October-January) of Faena Art Center.

Methodology

1. EMPATHY MODULE / DIALOGUE

Based on the specific work method of each artist, the lab will propose different ways of bringing together and even establishing contrasts among works. Participants can share their diverse experiences in the creative process and discuss differences in the methodology, technique and theory of the different works.

2. LAB MODULE · Experimentation

LEA participants will bring together their work proposals and begin a period of experimentation. Trial and error is a critical part of the process, allowing the participants to assess how each work can contribute to the dynamics of growth of the project as a whole. This module will be held at the workshop at Faena Art Center. Taking into account that the work will be developed specifically for the Catedral, this space will also be an important part of this module.

3. REALIZATION MODULE · Curating and Production

The work outline developed in the projects will come to fruition in this phase. The presentation of the works in the exhibit room requires intensive labor in the material execution of the works and their final formal definition. On the other hand, it also requires participants to define how the work process of the Lab will be presented and the layout of the works in the exhibit space. In this task of communicating the results to the spectators, the curatorial outline of the exhibit will be defined.

Team

Emiliano Miliyo. Buenos Aires, 1970

Diego Bianchi. Buenos Aires, 1969

Inés Dahn. Buenos Aires, 1981

Nicanor Araoz. Buenos Aires, 1981

Ernesto Ballesteros. Buenos Aires, 1963

Julián D´Angiolillo. Buenos Aires, 1976

Irina Kirchuk. Buenos Aires,1983

Valentina Liernur. Buenos Aires, 1978

Lucrecia Lionti. Tucumán, 1985

Adriana Minolitti. Buenos Aires, 1980

Dudú Quintanilha. San Pablo, 1987

Luis Terán. Buenos Aires, 1977

ADRIANA MINOLITTI

Project

ADRIANA MINOLITTI

LUCRECIA LIONTI

Project

LUCRECIA LIONTI

ERNESTO BALLESTEROS

Project

ERNESTO BALLESTEROS

IRINA KIRCHUK

Project

IRINA KIRCHUK

JULIAN D’ANGIOLILLO

Project

JULIAN D’ANGIOLILLO

LUIS TERAN

Project

LUIS TERAN