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The Fold-Le Pli-El Pliego
Anne Heyvaert

18.04.16 01.09.16

Proyecto´ace has been invited as one of the participating art centres for the international project EL PLIEGO / doble desdoblado (THE FOLD / double unfolded), the 3rd project of creation and international exchange between universities and educational centres in the graphic arts and edition, organised by the Grupo dx5 of the Universidad de Vigo in Pontevedra, Spain in collaboration with the Department of Philosophy and the Arts, University of Quebec in Canada.

This project aims to continue the promotion of cultural movement across borders that printmaking allows (multiplication, versatility and transportability), revaluing the book format from its base module: the fold.

Artists, teachers and art students participated in a project that aims to reflect on the idea of the fold, taking the space of a sheet as the starting point and the encounter that these fold causes.

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Participating art centre and coordinators

Proyecto’ace, Buenos Aires. (AR1) Alicia Candiani, Adriana Moracci.
Escuela Superior Rogelio Yrutia, Buenos Aires. (AR2) Gustavo Kortsarz.
Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts de Liège. (BE1) Chantal Hardy.
Collectif “Impression(s)”. Liège (BE2) Vincent Meessen.
Département de Philosophie et des Arts, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. (CA1) Mylène Gervais, Valérie Guimond.
Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary. (CA2) Heather Huston.
Aarhus Kunstakademi. (DE2) Andersen Pernille, Ulla Madsen.
Grupo dx5, Facultad de Bellas Artes, Universidad de Vigo, Pontevedra. (ES1) Anne Heyvaert, Ana Soler.
Grupo de Investigación LAMP, Facultad de BBAA, Univ. Complutense, Madrid. (ES2) Carmen Hidalgo de Cisneros Wilckens.
École Supérieure d’Art Nord-Pas de Calais, Dunkerque, Tourcoing. (FR) Anne-Emilie Philippe.
Facultad de Artes y Diseño, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México DF. (MX1) Victor Manuel Hernández.
Instituto de Arquitectura Diseño y Arte, Universidad Autónoma Ciudad Juárez. (MX2) Carles Méndez Llopis, Hortensia Mínguez.
Faculdade de Belas Artes, Universidade do Porto. (PO) Graciela Machado.
Academie des Beaux- Arts de NoviSad. (SB1) Anica Radosevic.
Faculté des Beaux-Arts, Université des Arts de Belgrade. (SB2) Biljana Vukovic, Vladimir Milanovic.
Department of Visual Art, National Chiayi University. (TW) Chang Chia Yu.
Contemporary Print Media Research Center, University of California, Santa Cruz (US) Jimin Lee, Enrique Leal.

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