Artists

Belgium

Flora Hubot
Sôma Séma

29.02.16 18.03.16

Flora Hubot is a Belgian artist with an Argentinean mother who has been traveling often around Argentina in the last few years. Flora develops her work exploring the boundaries between public/private, inside/outside. Because of this, the media she uses is portable and in some cases is left/put free in the public space, where its life cycle changes according to contingencies that the artist no longer controls.

ARTIST STATEMENT

The project for ´ace consisted in continuing a practice of dialogue with the outside (the street, the city, province, country) and the inside (the workshop, the institution, the museum). The realization of the project happened in two steps, it started with a personal look, a selection of images or materials collected from my context, a reflection, and after that the shaping of the work inside the workshop. The work has a nomadic end allowing mobility and interaction.

BIO
Flora Hubot
1987 | Brussels, Belguim
Lives and works in Brussels, Belguim

EDUCATION
2013 | UN Painting Master Specialization, ERG (Ecole de recherche graphique) Brussels, Belgium
2014 | Art clinique with Jose Alberto Marchi and Lucrecia Orloff
2011 | “Anti-project” workshop with artist Diego Bianchi, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella

RESIDENCIES
Mercado Progreso, Santa Fe, Argentina
Maison de la creation, Brussels, Belgium
La Vallée, Brussels, Belgium
CCBW, Court-St.-Étienne, Belgium

Related Activities

´aceNITE

Visions
Artists in Dialog

11.05.16

Visions was a special ´aceNITE, in which we focused on contemporary graphics from the production of various national and international artists.

In the Políglota Room we presented works from the series (Re) Read by Beth Grabowski (USA), artist in residency during April-May 2016. In the Central Hall, Dialogue Space and Transversal Space, the works of 11 Argentinean artists were exhibited, who were invited to a group exhibition to homage Grabowski. In the Workshop, Flora Hubot (Belgium) and in La Torre, Bruna Pastorini (Brazil) showed the work produced during their respective residences in recent months in ´ace as an Open Studio.

A night in which the artists could, in addition to showing their work, dialogue with each other and with the community of Buenos Aires that visited us.

ARTISTS IN RESIDENCY
Beth Grabowski (EE.UU.)
Flora Hubot (Bélgica)
Bruna Pastorini (Brasil)

INVITED ARTISTS
Silvana Blasbalg
Patricio Bosch
Silvia Brewda
Graciela Buratti
Alicia Candiani
Adriana Moracci
Ana Noya
Ernesto Pesce
Viviana Sierra
Cristina Solía
Micaela Trocello

´aceNITE, Exhibitions

The Fold @ Buenos Aires
Group exhibition

19.07.17 15.09.17

This exhibition, presented in the July 19th, 2017 ´aceNITE, was the result of the 3rd International Project of Graphic Interaction and Printing, The Fold / Double Unfolded, with the participation of 17 artistic, training, creation and research centres from 11 countries (Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Spain, United States, France, Mexico, Portugal, Serbia, Taiwan). With a total of 224 artworks in the form of a sheet of paper, this project seeks to promote the cultural circulation that allows graphic editing across borders, revalorizing the format of the book from its basic module: the fold.

The Fold/ Double, Unfolded was organized by the dx5 Group of the University of Vigo in Pontevedra, Spain in collaboration with the Department of Philosophy and Arts of the University of Quebec in Canada. Proyecto´ace was one of the participating centers of this project. In 2016, ´ace invited 19 artists to produce their works by intervening a sheet of paper folded in 2, using print media and / or other resources that generate multiple images and editing them in several prints.

STATEMENT The Fold/ Double, Unfolded 

The space of The Fold is meant as a whole fragmented into four separate linked spaces, in which opposition relationships, reflexivity, contiguity and sequencing are established. The fold, like the book, opens and closes, withholds, shows and hides at the same time. The bonding of different folds makes a book; a device that works as a nest through its emergency zone and the matching that is the fold, which acts like as an unfolding hinge.


DIRECTION
Alicia Candiani
Adriana Moracci

AR1 ARTISTS
Roma Blanco | Cecilia Candiani | Telma Castro | Mariela Constant |Lorena Diaz | Cristina Duro | Germán Gaspari | Beatriz Gratta | Flora Hubot (Belguim) | Adriana Moracci | Elinor Peiretti | Laurel Ponturo | Robin Romansky (Germany) | Laura Savio | Cristina Solía | Micaela Troccello | Loruhama Valdez | Norma Villareal | Gabriela Zelentcher

Workshops

The Fold: making of
Artists in dialogue

18.04.16 01.09.16

Proyecto´ace has been invited as one of the participating centres for the international project EL PLIEGO / doble desdoblado, the 3rd Project of creation and international exchange between universities and educational centres in the graphic arts and international 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 (such as multiplication, versatility and transportability), revaluing the book format from its base module: the fold.

Artists, teachers and art students participate 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.

COLLABORATIVE WORK (by Adriana Moracci)

What is The Fold and how to approach and shape not only an image, but a concept that called Proyecto ´ace to be part of an International Project.

During intense days of work and reflection, 19 artists were selected to work collaboratively in the ´ace workshop, creating editions of the works that made up what was sent.

The themes that were developed from the simple and profound idea of ​​The Fold were enriched and shaped by the most varied visions in this regard. Thus, the specification referring to the body, the identity, the memory, the absence, the infinity, the prayer, the plots, the trace were all giving shape to the works produced. The meetings and video conferences prior to the edition days in the workshop were a stimulus and reason for reflection for the group of artists called.

The project opened the possibility of collaborative work not only between the participating artists in each venue, but also provided the opportunity to extend the communication networks between those who participated in it, showing once again that from the simplest ideas, multiple voices can emerge.


Artistic Director
Alicia Candiani
Workshop Director
Adriana Moracci, masterprinter
Workshop Assitance
Cecilia Candiani


Artists in AR1 group
Roma Blanco | Telma Castro | Cecilia Candiani | Mariela Constant | Lorena Diaz | Cristina Duro | Germán Gaspari | Beatriz Gratta | Flora Hubot (Belgium) | Adriana Moracci | Elinor Peiretti | Laurel Ponturo | Robin Romansky (Germany) | Laura Savio | Cristina Solía | Micaela Troccello | Loruhama Valdez | Norma Villareal | Gabriela Zelentcher

Proyecto´ace
Artist-in-Residence International Program

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Mitre Line (either to Leon Suarez or Mitre)
Colegiales Station (1 block, 1')

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Buenos Aires is Argentine Republic's capital city. With 15,000,000 inhabitants, it is one of the largest cities in Latin America and one of the 10 most populous urban centers in the world. Its cosmopolitan and urban character vibrates to the rhythm of a great cultural offer that includes monuments, churches, museums, art galleries, opera, music and theaters; squares, parks and gardens with old groves; characteristic neighborhoods; large shopping centers and fairs. Here we also find a very good lodging facilities, with accommodation ranging from hostels to five-star hotels of the main international chains. Buenos Aires also show off about its variety of restaurants with all the cuisines of the world, as well as to have cafes and flower kiosks on every corner.

A neighborhood founded on the Jesuit farms in the 17th century

We are located in Colegiales neighborhood where the tree-lined streets, some of which still have their original cobblestones, invite you to walk. Although the apartment buildings advance, low houses still predominate. It is a district of the city where about 20 TV production companies, design studios, artist workshops and the Rock&Pop radio have been located. The neighborhood also has six squares, one of which pays homage to Mafalda, the Flea Market, shops, restaurants and cafes like its neighboring Barrios de Palermo and Belgrano, with which it limits.

Proyecto´ace
Artist-in-Residence International Program

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Residencies 2021-2022
Deadline October 31, 2021

 

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