Archivo de emociones difíciles (Archive of Difficult Emotions)
Archivo de emociones difíciles is a project that began with the aim of compiling a collection of stories of those that are not easy to put into words, those that hurt, those that make us feel shame, fear of judgement and other emotions that are difficult to express in the public sphere.
The archive is made up of ceramic pieces that act as anchors for six stories, each reacting to a narrative, a physical element that allows us to remember and guide each story. In addition to being exhibited, these pieces will form part of a performance in which the archive assumes a voice, assuming that memory and oral transmission are part of our social healing process.
Tamara Kuselman was born in Argentina, studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona and currently resides in Amsterdam, where she obtained a Master at Sandberg Institute. She has completed residencies at EKWC (NL), Hotel Maria Kapel (NL), Jan van Eyck Academie (NL), Delfina Foundation (UK) and Vijfde Seizoen (NL). Her works were presented at Bienal de Performance, AR, 2021; Hotel Maria Kapel (solo) NL, 2020; Corridor Project Space (duo) NL, 2020; Tegenboschvanvreden (Grupo) NL, 2019; Delfina Foundation (group) UK, 2018, and La Casa Encendida (group) ES, 2018.
Performance with Almudena Pardo Teixeiro in Espai Capella:
- Tuesday, November 28, at 6.30 p.m. - with previous registration in firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tuesday, December 5, at 7 p.m.
- Friday, January 12, at 7 p.m.
- Friday, February 2, at 7 p.m.