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LA COPLA EN LA QUEBRADA DE LAS CONCHAS

BY G.R.A.pa
Argentina

CASA EXHIBITION

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September 2 - at 17.00, 19.00 & 21.00 h 
September 3 - at  21.00 h
September 4 - at 15.00 & 17.30 h
September 5 - at 15.00 & 17.00 h
September 9 - at 19.00 & 21.00 h
September 10 - at 19.00 h
September 11 - at 15.00 & 17.00 h
Duration: 80 min the whole exhibition programme

Venue: MONOCHROME STUDIOS

This exhibition seeks to question the meaning of nationality and displacement, wondering what it means for a body to belong to a land that has been dominated and violated by western power.  This year we welcome seven different creative projects reflecting on the subject. 

How can we express the richness and diversity of mixed culture in today's America Latina?  Maybe the answer is to ask the question itself?

Curated by Cecilia Kuska & Cordelia Grierson.

This video installation shows the Calchaqui Valleys' landscapes, where Diaguitas' songs have been reverberating for hundreds of years. A 3D sound system reproduces their Coplas and Bagualas, recorded in the Natural Amphitheater of Cafayate, which express the Diaguitas' cosmovision.

G.R.A.Pa. started in 2017 as a joint project between Universidad Nacional de Quilmes (UNQ) and Universidad Católica de Salta (UCASAL) Argentina, intending to carry out a study about the Quebrada de las Conchas' acoustics. In 2018 they broadened the scope of the project by relating it to the singing of Copla taking into account the natural acoustic environment of its origins. Using immersive technologies, they aim to document the acoustic heritage that involves music itself and the acoustic environment in which it is produced. 

Artist: G.R.A.Pa
UNQ/UCASal

Web: www.proyectograpa.com                        Instagram: @proyectograpa

This video installation shows the Calchaqui Valleys' landscapes, where Diaguitas' songs have been reverberating for hundreds of years. A 3D sound system reproduces their Coplas and Bagualas, recorded in the Natural Amphitheater of Cafayate, which express the Diaguitas' cosmovision.

G.R.A.Pa. started in 2017 as a joint project between Universidad Nacional de Quilmes (UNQ) and Universidad Católica de Salta (UCASAL) Argentina, intending to carry out a study about the Quebrada de las Conchas' acoustics. In 2018 they broadened the scope of the project by relating it to the singing of Copla taking into account the natural acoustic environment of its origins. Using immersive technologies, they aim to document the acoustic heritage that involves music itself and the acoustic environment in which it is produced. 

Artist: G.R.A.Pa
UNQ/UCASal

Web: www.proyectograpa.com                        Instagram: @proyectograpa

This video installation shows the Calchaqui Valleys' landscapes, where Diaguitas' songs have been reverberating for hundreds of years. A 3D sound system reproduces their Coplas and Bagualas, recorded in the Natural Amphitheater of Cafayate, which express the Diaguitas' cosmovision.

G.R.A.Pa. started in 2017 as a joint project between Universidad Nacional de Quilmes (UNQ) and Universidad Católica de Salta (UCASAL) Argentina, intending to carry out a study about the Quebrada de las Conchas' acoustics. In 2018 they broadened the scope of the project by relating it to the singing of Copla taking into account the natural acoustic environment of its origins. Using immersive technologies, they aim to document the acoustic heritage that involves music itself and the acoustic environment in which it is produced. 

Artist: G.R.A.Pa
UNQ/UCASal

Web: www.proyectograpa.com                       
Instagram: @proyectograpa


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