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LA ISLA. Collective creation by Alexandra Baurès with Orekari and the artists Miren Doiz, Fermín Jiménez Landa, Amaia Molinet, Leire Urbeltz and Iosu Zapata.
Every day | Paseo Sarasate
LA ISLA is an entity which will appear in Pamplona’s Paseo Sarasate on the 6th of October. It will transform over the following days and nights, and will finally depart after the 18th, leaving certain traces in parts of the city and in some individuals.
LA ISLA is a collective creation in which the artists Miren Doiz, Fermín Jiménez Landa, Amaia Molinet, Leire Urbeltz, Iosu Zapata, the architecture cooperative Orekari and the curator Alexandra Baurès have participated.
It poses an essential question, which is how we relate to the idea of the future in times of crisis and uncertainty, and proposes different responses in the form of garden, waste, paintings and conversation. This reflection addresses fields such as the relationship between the human and the non-human, and necessarily deals with concepts such as footprint or legacy. It probably oscillates between utopia and dystopia but, without a doubt, places the collective at the centre of the action, demanding that the writing of the stories to come should include a wide range of voices.