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BABT (Branca, arrel, brot, tija) – Autor/a en A*Desk

Branch, Root, Sprout, Stem is the first edition of the training and research program on textualities of the Art Center La Capella, developed between October 2022 and September 2023 within the framework of the Context Schools. Guilhèm Berini, Germán Chocero, Marta Fernández Jara, Lorna Jordà, Rosa Llop, Isabel Mabres, Ruth Morata, Mercè Ortega, Anna Roura, Esther Solé Alarcon and Rebecca Tolosa Gilroy have regularly participated in Branch, Root, Sprout, Stem. Max Azemar, Ona Bros, Andrea Carrión, Julia Coelho, Dani Colom, Antonia del Río, Mamadou Diallo, Àurea Estellé, Ada Fontecilla Val, Marta Fornés, Alba Garcia, Sara Garcia, Marina Laboreo, Anxela Louzao, Helena Muñoz Villena, Asunción Pla, Sílvia Rosell, Lorena Ruiz and Nadia Vilarrubí have also participated sporadically or during a specific trimester. The course has also counted with the participation of invited artists, curators and other agents of the context.
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