Five Years of Ladines Press meeting
Phot: LABoral's Archive

Five Years of Ladines Press meeting
Phot: LABoral's Archive

Five Years of Ladines Press meeting
Phot: LABoral's Archive

Five Years of Ladines Press meeting
Phot: LABoral's Archive

Five Years of Ladines Press meeting
Phot: LABoral's Archive

Five Years of Ladines Press meeting
Phot: LABoral's Archive

Five Years of Ladines Proyectu Llaiñes, 2009
Adolfo Manzano, Piru de la Puente y Roberto Serrano

Five Years of Ladines El trabajo y los días, 2010
Natalia Pastor y Vicente Pastor

Five Years of Ladines El trabajo y los días, 2010
Natalia Pastor y Vicente Pastor

Five Years of Ladines El trabajo y los días, 2010
Natalia Pastor y Vicente Pastor

Five Years of Ladines Mind Revolution
Mind Revolution is a project formed in 2010 by Angel Gonzalez and Eugenia Badger in order to seek new forms of expression from the relationship between music and other arts.
Five Years of Ladines Vicente Pastor
Pastor was born in Luarca, 1956. Lives and works in Luarca
Five Years of Ladines Natalia Pastor
Pola de Laviana, 1970
Photo: Piru de la Puente
Five Years of Ladines Adolfo Manzano
Bárzana de Quirós, 1958
Photo: Piru de la Puente
Five Years of Ladines Fium
Cristina de Silva Marbán (1972) & Nacho de la Vega (1968)
Five Years of Ladines
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Natalia y Vicente Pastor. El trabajo y los días, 2010

Five Years of Ladines

17
Jun
2011
3
Oct
2011
Five Years of Ladines

Natalia y Vicente Pastor. El trabajo y los días, 2010

Cuco Suárez, a local artist from Asturias known for his performances and installations, founded the Centro de Investigación Artística Ladines (Ladines Art Research Centre) which would subsequently change its name to Fundación de Arte Ladines (Ladines Art Foundation), in the small town of Ladines in Asturias. The building was opened in 2005 with an installation by the artist and performer Marcel.lí Antúnez Roca, one of the founders of La Fura dels Baus, the famous avant-garde theatre company from Catalonia. Since then, Fundación Arte Ladines has hosted many artists-in-residence as well as encounters, workshops and conferences.

This exhibition presents an overview on the works developed by Fundación Arte Ladines, including three projects by artists from Asturias. The first is a series of photographs by Fiumfoto (Cristina de Silva & Nacho de la Vega), an artist collective who work with photo stills, moving images and music. They are also exhibition curators and the organisers of LEV, the experimental music and sound festival. The second project consists of a large multimedia installation developed by Natalia Pastor and Vicente Pastor, exploring various aspects of rural life in different videos. The third project is a video-installation by Adolfo Manzano, Piru de la Puente & Roberto Serrano, addressing the complexity of human relationships with nature.

To accompany the exhibition, the documents archived in Fundación Arte Ladines will be on display at LABoral’s Mediateca_Archivo throughout the duration of the show.

Opening performance: Mind Revolution

Participant artists: Fiumfoto / Adolfo Manzano, Piru de la Puente & Roberto Serrano / Natalia Pastor & Vicente Pastor

In collaboration with: Fundación de Arte Ladines

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