Eloy de la Iglesia eta Rosa Barbaren erakusketetara bisita gidatu bateratua = Visita guiada conjunta a las exposiciones de Eloy de la Iglesia y Rosa Barba = Guided visit to the exhibitions by Rosa Barba and Eloy de la Iglesia

Eloy de la Iglesia eta Rosa Barbaren erakusketetara bisita gidatu bateratua = Visita guiada conjunta a las exposiciones de Eloy de la Iglesia y Rosa Barba = Guided visit to the exhibitions by Rosa Barba and Eloy de la Iglesia

The film-makers Itziar Orbegozo and Tamara García will together conduct a special guided visit to the exhibitions Eloy de la Iglesia. Oscuro objeto de deseo (Obscure object of desire) and Rosa Barba. Drawn by the pulse. These two exhibitions both address cinematographic practice, but from very different starting points. 

The exhibition Eloy de la Iglesia. Oscuro objeto de deseo in the Kutxa Kultur Artegunea exhibition room is the first complete exhibition that brings together all his films and his collaborations in television and in the theatre. Telling the story in a chronological way, the exhibition represents an accurate X-ray of more than four decades of our history. Itziar Orbegozo and Tamara García have also made the video Te vuelvo a ver (I see you again) for this exhibition, in which they review the early films by Eloy de la Iglesia from a feminine and contemporary point of view.

At the center of her solo exhibition in the Exhibition halls 1 and 2 is Rosa Barba’s new filmic sculpture Drawn by the Pulse (2018), produced by Tabakalera. This piece, from which the show takes its title, is part of a new work series on the subject of the artist’s ongoing research on Astronomy and Cinema. Filmed at the Harvard College Observatory, it brings together astronomic discoveries and cinematic techniques into one enigmatic piece.