Espacio Islandia at Candyland Gallery, Stockholm. From 25th to 27th October 2013.
Love Triangle microResidencies at Candyland Gallery, Stockholm, 25th to 27th October 2013. A seven microResidencies project connecting artists living in Madrid, Berlin, Stockholm, and Göteborg. Curated by Miguel Guzmán Pastor in collaboration with Mattias Larsson (Candyland Gallery) and the Spanish Embassy in Stockholm.
This action/debate/conference by artist, philosopher, dancer Diego Agulló was made at Candyland Gallery space whilst the artist Joakim Stampe (Goteborg) developed the microResidency#44 “Water and Poverty” outdoors nearby the gallery. This simultaneity provoked different and unexpected switches activating and reformulating both actions whilst the 2 hours duration of the microResidencies. Audience had to decide where to stay in order to witness and wether participating or not between two diverse stages. This condition generated a diverse and dynamic situation in Diego’s action. A chain of actions was created: first transforming the gallery space into a intimate workshop space; then the space was abandoned in order to play “the chairs game” outdoors, and occupied again for a final conversation and feedback by each of the guests.