ENG// The Unifiedfield is an independent art space and artist-run organization focusing on the experimental aspects of sound, video and performance art. It previously occupied a traditional complex amongst rice fields in Yogyakarta (Indonesia), subsequently moving into a cave in Granada (Spain) before settling in an antique building nestled in Granada’s historic Moorish quarters, the Albayzín, where it has been running its artist residency for the last three years. In 2013 The Unifiedfield initiated its Nomadic Artist-in-Residence Program in The Philippines and it is planning to establish a permanent residency in Davao City.
ES// The Unifiedfield / el campo unificado es un colectivo de artistas autogestionado y espacio artístico independiente centrado en los aspectos experimentales del sonido, el vídeo y el arte de performance. The Unifiedfield instaló su primera sede en un complejo tradicional rodeado de arrozales en Yogyakarta (Indonesia); posteriormente se trasladó a una cueva en Granada (España), para finalmente establecerse en un antiguo edificio ubicado en el barrio histórico del Albayzín, donde los últimos tres años se ha llevado a cabo una residencia artística. En 2013 The Unifiedfield inició un programa nómada de artistas en residencia en Filipinas y pronto establecerá una residencia permanente en Davao.
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24 & 25 January 2015 at The Substation [Singapore]:
Singaporean Experimental Artists at The Unifiedfield AIR Programme, organised by The Unifiedfield with the support of The Substation and the National Arts Council.
The Unifiedfield is proud to present the outcome of the projects produced by the experimental Singaporean artists who participated since 2012 at The Unifiedfield´s Artist-in-Residence (AIR) Programme in Granada, Spain. A showcase with live performances, experimental music, screenings, artist talks and workshops. Artists: Zulkifle Mahmod, Kai Lam, Zihan Loo, Harry Chew, Angie Seah, Bani Haykal and Shahila Baharom, Shaun Sankaran and Natasha Noor, Tania De Rozario, Tara Transitory aka One Man Nation, Marta Moreno Muñoz.
Special thanks to co-organizer Shahila Baharom.
Link full program: www.theunifiedfield.org/archives/4294
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The Unifiedfield Nomadic Artist-In-Residence Program is glad to announce the first local artist granted to participate in our residency: Soi Kalinaw. The artist will produce a site-specific performance in collaboration with Marta Moreno Muñoz [dates tbc].
[LAST ARTISTS at The Unifiedfield Nomadic Artist-in-Residence Program in The Philippines: TERUE YAMAUCHI (JP), STINE GRO (DK)]:
February -March 2015: Terue Yamauchi is an interdisciplinary artist based in Fukuoka, Japan. For her art research, Terue Yamauchi explored the life culture of small fishing communities in Mindanao, including a remote paradisiacal island in Surigao del Sur and the Bajau communities in Davao. Residency project assisted by Ivan Zaldarriaga and Angely Chi.
Yamauchi had a public presentation of her work on her one-month artist residency with the fisherfolks of the Surigao del Sur island, and with the Sama Dilaut on March 11th at the Brgy. Matina Aplaya Gym in Davao; and in the evening, the artist met and networked with local artists in Davao at Silingan art space.
With the support of “Overseas Study Program for Artists”, the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan and our local partners the Barangay Matina Aplaya LGU. Thanks to: Adjari family, Badjao Association of Matina Aplaya, and Studiobugsy / Origane Films for providing technical assistance.
For pictures, check Terue Yamauchi’s album on Facebook!
March – April 2015: Stine Gro is an experimental artist from Denmark. She worked on a remote island in Surigao del Sur on her new project “Mechanic.Trans-natural/Nature.Trans- mechanic”. She also present her art project in Davao city (Silingan art space, 12th April / UP Mindanao, 21st April) and conducted a workshop with local kids at The Unifiedfield’s headquarters in Mintal. A second workshop was conducted at the Earthship in Batug, Leyte, on how to build Magic Lanterns/Microscopic projectors (organized by The Unifiedfield in partnership with the Barangay Council of Brgy. Batug, and with the support of PeaceTauMindanaw, One Block for Batug, Earth Village. *Thanks to Gigi Velarde).
Residency project assisted by Ivan Zaldarriaga and Angely Chi.
* With the support of The Danish Arts Foundation.
For pictures, check Stine Gro’s album on Facebook!