House of Displacement takes place at Poblenou, Barcelona, and delves into questions such as: How to orient ourselves in a world of constant change? How can we see the question of displacement as an opportunity for action and not a limiting factor?
From September 23-28, the festival takes place online, at Hangar Barcelona and the surrounding area of Poblenou, as well as at Planta Alta, Madrid.
The festival creates a temporary platform that aims to collectively explore new ways of living displacement. The project creates the paradox of a displaced house, by pairing together two contradictory words: on the one hand the solid structure to inhabit, on the other a state of instability and precariousness. During the weekend, the public is invited to live and experience this condition in different places of the Poblenou neighborhood, through a series of artistic interventions and workshops, in the belief that each movement produces an effect of knowledge.
The participating artists in House of Displacement Barcelona are:
La Más Bella (Pepe Murciego & Diego Ortiz, Madrid)
Lucía Egaña Rojas (Münster, Chile)
Sofía Montenegro (Madrid)
Anna Irina Russell (Barcelona)
Registration is free of charge. Check out the full programme here.