Inter-species (human-birds) and inter-space (museum architectural space -street) dialogue through an edible piece for birds adorned with coloured seeds that form a pattern. This pattern will fade and disappear as the birds eat it.
Paula Bruna > Trained in environmental sciences and ecology, she has worked in research and management of the natural environment and environmental policies. Later she graduated in fine arts. Both occupations have converged in her artistic projects, in which she studies the interaction between society and the ecological environment that shelters it. From this dual perspective of environmentalologist and artist, Paula uses artistic research as a form of knowledge production where she mixes the different disciplines. Paula has carried out her artistic research in art and political ecology within the framework of the doctorate of Advanced Studies in Artistic Research at the University of Barcelona.
With the support of: Cultivamos Cultura (Portugal) and the ‘grants for research and innovation in the fields of visual arts, new creative sectors, performing arts, music and thinking’, from the Office of Support for the Cultural Initiative, Generalitat de Catalonia
Thanks to: Phillip Maisel