Performance led by Tirso Orive Liarte, a participating artist in the exhibition Shared Studios. Three Case Studies
A sound stimulus accompanies a changing and diverse displacement that draws a route. The itinerary - real or imaginary - traces paths through the physical space of the installation Where Does Drawing End? by Tirso Orive Liarte and leads to the performance Focus II: reenactment of the flight AZ 364/AF 9851 in the Shared Studios. Three Case Studies exhibition.
Drawing facilitates a sensorial awareness of things. Beyond the act of depicting in figures and signs, drawing is open to other possible dialogues. This expanded concept naturally includes representation on paper, but also any other way of capturing a motif or a situation: the concentrated perception of a sound, its differentiation from other sounds and its isolation from the totality of sounds that make up a moment. Through drawing, it is also possible to express action, the verbal description of a memory, a mental route, the transcription of a journey. Drawing is a practice but the technique and result are not necessarily restricted to artistic language.
With the support of Mar Medina, Raquel Álamo Bergström, Ernest Abentin and Sergio Roca Sáiz