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Mariana Carranza

Mariana Carranza (Uruguay/Germany)

Following Bees
Audio-visual Installation, mono channel
Soundtrack : “Peach meets Youji Otsuki” / Peachonfuse
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Following Bees is an audio-visual installation, mono channel. The camera follows the movement of the bees in a flower field.
Beekeepers around the world report sudden disappearance of bee populations. According to Albert Einstein: “If bees disappear, the human being has only four more years to live; no more bees, no plants, no animals, no more humans.”
The huge diversity of bee species has one thing in common: the passion for flowers.

EXHIBITION, 16th March to 1st April
Salle Gilbert Gaillard
2 rue Saint-Pierre, Clermont-Ferrand
Du mardi au samedi de 10h à 12h30 et de 13h30 à 18h
Le dimanche de 14h à 18h

Salle Gilbert Gaillard

Mariana Carranza (Uruguay/Germany)

Frontex16
Digital & interactive interface

Frontex16 is an interactive digital interface. The viewer sees on a screen, through barbed wire and walls borders, graphic references to European culture, its values and its democratic and social history.
The empty silhouette of the viewer interacts with these symbols behind the border, which upon touching them, trigger fragments of the phrase “Diversity is not the problem to solve: The solution is in diversity” in several languages.

EXHIBITION, 16h March to 1st April
Chapelle de l’Hôpital Général
Rue Sainte Rose, Clermont-Ferrand
Tuesday to Saturday : 10am to 6pm
Sunday : 2pm to 6pm

Chapelle de l'Hôpital Général

Video+Digital-Art, Interactive Design, Installations and Performances.
Artist with multidisciplinary background, working with new technologies since 1988.
Born and raised in Uruguay, later lived in Spain, since 1995 based in Germany.
Her work focuses in the creation of interactive spaces and digital interfaces between bodies, movement, image and sound.
Individual and collective exhibitions, as well as lectures and workshops. For her activities she has received international recognition and awards.