A project about the feminine body and emotions by Spanish artist Cristina Nuñez in cooperation with Norwegian artist Lotte Konow Lund, a group of students of the Oslo Foto Kunst Skole and a group of women from the prisons of Bredtveit (Oslo) and Brians 1 (Barcelona). Curatorial facilitation and texts by curator Carolina Lio.
Project realized thanks to the support of the EEA grant "Cultural diversity and cultural exchange", in collaboration with the Embassy of Norway in Spain.
The project started in October 2013 and it will end September 30 2014. The resulting artworks produced will be shown in three exhibitions:
- Barcelona, Galeria H2O (July 3-31)
- Madrid, El Patio de Martín de los Heros (September 22-30)
- Oslo, Oslo Foto Kunst Skole (August 28-31)
Her/Story. Women behind the camera is a project which documents the active interaction bewtween Spanish artist Cristina Nuñez and three faces of the contemporary Norwegian society. The project, indeed, constists of: the video trilogy La vie en rose by Cristina Nuñez herself, one video documentation of a conversation held with Norwegian artist Lotte Konow Lund –edited in two 20’ video pieces-, a series of photographs and video documents produced by a group of students of the Oslo Foto Kunst Skole during a workshop given by Nuñez and the resulting images of two workshops in prison in Oslo (Bredtveit) and Barcelona (Brians 1). All the material has been and will be produced between September 2013 and August 2014, during several months of intensive interactions between the Nuñez and the Norwegian society declined in three main aspects: contemporary art (thanks to the cooperation of the established artist Lotte Konow Lund), new generations (group of students of the Oslo Foto Kunst Skole) and women in prisons. All this interactions are focused on the idea of the feminine body and identity in today's world and will lead to at least three exhibitions (one in Barcelona, one in Madrid and one in Oslo), two self-portrait workshops for women in prison in Barcelona and Oslo and one workshop for the public in Madrid.