As a culmination of Beatriz Regueira Pons' research project, funded by the "call for research projects and artistic experimentation 2022" we present the publication "Institutional Plastic. A clinical, aesthetic and political research", accompanied by a masks workshop and a dance.
Following some clinical, critical and humanist traditions, the carnival is a collective party to perform psychosocial roles and masks, but also a place to vindicate the "plasticity" of genders, classes and races while enunciating non-hegemonic subjectivities and their necessary political-social representation. According to Carl Jung's analytical psychology, "the person" is that mask that we usually perform in the social sphere and that in the carnival we dynamite by letting out our collective unconscious, giving way to possible archetypes.
18:00 - 19:00h
presentation of the publication "Institutional Plastics. A clinical, aesthetic and political research", by Beatriz Regueira Pons.
Research project that reflects and proposes methodologies of institutional management, from the movements of humanization of psychiatric practices and contemplative performativity.
Free admission until full capacity.
19:00 - 21:30h
PsychoMask - Mask workshop led by Estel Boada
In this workshop we will do a work of alteregos and connection with our unconscious to develop the mask that we want to bring out to free ourselves and dance with the other self. The materials will be provided, although we welcome any object or material that you wish to bring to make your PychoMask :) We will also offer omnivore-vegetarian-vegan snacks and alcoholic/non-alcoholic refreshments during the workshop.
Estel Boada is a multifaceted artist and makes use of design, humor, drawing, performance, public space, collectivity and voice to show in an ironic and burlesque way what happens and affects her.
Registration is required before April 28th at 23:59h through this form.