Parallel city tour: Aberdeen
Exploration workshop with Javier Abarca
19–21 April 2019
Find your own way in a quiet stroll through the backstages of the city. Visit ignored spaces free from commerce and control, where there is a possibility for contemplation. Get to know the hidden environments of graffiti writers, furtive street artists and other outcasts. Difficulty level: very easy, no exploring background needed.
Join us at the introductory lecture for some theoretical and visual background exploring psychogeography, the third landscape, and the view of the city as a playground.
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Fri 19 April, 15:30–16:30
Belmont Filmhouse, 49 Belmont Street
Sat 20 April, 10:00–13:00
repeat Sun 21 April, 11:00–14:00
Location to be announced
Taking part in the tours is free but places are limited. Register here.
Javier Abarca (ES) is an artist and researcher. He is founder and director of the Unlock Book Fair and the Tag Conference. His teaching, curating and writing have been commissioned by museums and institutions across Europe. He has conducted exploration workshops in Berlin, Barcelona, Vienna, Cologne, Valencia, Tartu, Besançon, Santander, Castellón and Granada.
The Parallel city tour is part of the program of Nuart Aberdeen Festival.