- 14th EDITION 2022 / 2023
- 13th EDITION 2021 / 2022
- 12th EDITION 2020 / 2021
- 11th EDITION 2019 / 2020
- 10th EDITION 2018 / 2019
- 9th EDITION 2017 / 2018
- 8th EDITION 2016 / 2017
- 7th EDITION 2015 / 2016
- 6th EDITION 2014 / 2015
- 5th EDITION 2013 / 2014
- 4th EDITION 2012 / 2013
- 3rd EDITION 2011 / 2012
- 2nd EDITION 2010 / 2011
- 1st EDITION 2009 / 2010
Ricard Trigo IN RESiDENCE at the School Milà i Fontanalswww.ricardotrigo.net
Ricard Trigo (Palafrugell, 1980) focuses his research on the philosophical problem intrinsic to the concept of progress, an idea that is full of ideology, and how this constitutes a paradigm of values that are modelled by scientific and technological development. In particular, Trigo focuses on the scenario of new relations that each technical success creates with art. Recently, this line of research led him, in practice, to study certain materials produced by secondary branches of global companies such as Bayer and BASF, which end up being used in the art world as means of representation, although they were not produced for this purpose. The exercise that Trigo proposes is based on presenting these materials, though not bringing them to the fore, but subordinating them to the rhetoric of the art display. From this position, any attempt at establishing an aesthetic or narrative is immediately questioned in practically methodological way through a grammatical review of the structure that comprises the work itself.
In recent years, Ricard Trigo has shown his work in various exhibitions, at such venues as La Capella (Barcelona), Fundació Suñol (Barcelona), Museu Comarcal de la Garrotxa (Olot), Dafo-Centre d'Art la Panera (Lleida), Museu de l'Empordà (Figueres) and Galeria Estrany - De la Mota (Barcelona) and, internationally, at the Taidemuseo (Imatra, Finland), Galeriile Fundației Regali (Iaşi, Romania) and the Centro Cultural Universitario (Corrientes, Argentina). A selection of his video works can also be found in the catalogue of the Hamaca video art distribution site.
Biography written in 2016
School Milà i Fontanalsinsmilabcn.cat
Institut Milà i Fontanals took part in the fifth, sixth and seventh editions of IN RESIDENCE, hosting projects by Los Corderos, Jordi Mitjà and Lolo & Sosaku, respectively. This edition, the school takes part with a group of fourth-year ESO compulsory education pupils studying fine and visual art.
The Milà i Fontanals Secondary School (Raval, Ciutat Vella) originates from the Institut Escola Pi i Margall Primary and Secondary School, created in 1933, during the Second Spanish Republic. As of the 1961-62 academic year, it was located in a new building specifically designed as a secondary school, which is its current location. There is a great cultural diversity among the students at the Milà school (more than eighty different countries), with very diverse levels of learning and economic and social situations. The school has designed strategies to cater to this diversity using the centre’s resources (small groups, welcome classes, split-classes, extra tutoring classes, etc.) as well as creating links with their surroundings.
Presentation updated in September 2022
Students 4th ESO:
Sameer Ahmed Akhtar, Mashuda Aktar, Lydia Alegre Delgado, Rafia Ali, Zabi Anwar, Marian Stephanie Canales Sierra, Naider Dotel Cuevas, Mark Jestel Magno Atienza,
Cesar Javier Martiniez Torres, Marta Moreno Sanchez, Nukhba Nasar, Bryan Perez Sanchez, Fatima Zohra Saeid, Rajin Saleh Emran, Zaín Shahbaz and Nelson Raul Zelaya
Inés Perera (visual and plastic education) and Anna Aznar (Catalan language)
Curation and coordination:
Fundació Joan Miró de Barcelona, Espai 13 / Jordi Anta
Culture Institute of Barcelona
Barcelona Education Consortium