EDUCATION

08.11.2021

17.11.2021

BOMBAS SCHOOL WORKSHOPS: FACTORY GAMES

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Designed and implemented by Dimitris Tzikopoulos with primary school pupils of CEIP Luis Braille.

Factory Games is a collective experience in which, through manufactured and dialogic processes, we will jointly perceive the factory past of Bombas Gens Centre d’Art. This historical period will be approached by the participants through the activation of their own bodies and reflections through play and work. We will go through Fordism and collectivism; hydraulic or warlike pumps to think and comment on the situation of childhood in the grey and arduous world of machinery that was placed in the white, clean and silent spaces we see today.

 

Dimitris Tzikopoulos Boskidis has a degree in Fine Arts and has recently completed the PERMEA master’s degree in mediation through art. He has participated in several collaborative exhibitions and has designed and implemented several art mediation projects in various art and educational centres. Her current practice is focused on the social and political potential that contemporary art can have in various theoretical-practical contexts.

 

Bombas Talleres Escolares is a new programmatic line of Bombas Gens Centre d’Art aimed at schools. In this programme, young artists and cultural agents are invited, from different academic degrees, to design and implement school workshops around the artistic and heritage offer of Bombas Gens Centre d’Art. Each workshop is developed in several sessions, a key element that allows to deepen in the exhibitions and heritage spaces of the place. The workshops are designed for all age groups, from infants to high school students.

 

Photographs: Anna Llorens

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