PROYECTO TRIANGULAR es un colectivo de artistas visuales itinerante que busca desarrollar obras de arte basadas en la temática del espacio desde lo sonoro, lo psicológico y la percepción óptica.

 

Sus integrantes Florine Leoni (Suiza), Macarena Ruiz-Tagle (Chile) y Sandra Volny (Francia/Canadá) realizan una serie de conferencias en las principales capitales de Chile durante el mes de Marzo y estrán en Casa Poli en Abril, residencia de arte de la Región del Bío-Bío, para realizar proyectos de arte con la comunidad de Coliumo, Tomé, Arauco y Concepción. Posteriormente esas obras serán exhibidas en Suiza y Canadá en donde también crearán obras nuevas repitiendo el modelo de trabajo en cada contexto para formar en el mapa un triángulo que una paisajes, territorios y comunidades.

 

 

TRIANGULAR PROJECT is a traveling collective initiated by three visual artists that seeks to develop artworks based on the theme of space from aural , psychological and visual perception .

 

Its members Florine Leoni ( Switzerland) , Macarena Ruiz- Tagle (Chile ) and Sandra Volny (France / Canada) will conduct a series of lectures in Chile during the month of March and an artist residency at Casa Poli in April 2015 in the region of Bío -Bío. They will be  working with the local community in Coliumo, Tomé, Arauco and Concepción. These works will be exhibited in Switzerland and Canada carrying out the developped research methodology including site-specific components in each country.

 

 

 

 

TRIANGULAR PROJECT is a collective of visual artists working with the theme of space. The artistic practises of Florine Leoni (Switzerland), Macarena Ruiz-Tagle (Chile) and Sandra Volny (Canada) draw a TRIANGLE - a three-sided shape based on three kinds of perception: perception of psychological/mental space, perception of optical/perceptual space, and aural & spatial awareness.

 

Working in situ, their interests and actions intertwine with the local community's culture, history and geography. Experimentation is their main tool in approaching the environment.

 

They consider the process as important as the final work of art. Collective work, side by side with invited participants, unfolds into a shared creation of knowledge.

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now
150319_TRI_Plakat_A2.jpg