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As animals can predict an oncoming earthquake, moving into conceptual new 2.0 Maps, emphasizing the ephemeral, the poetic and the performative:
"With a view to ensuring the future of the genealogical living Maps and give continuity and openness, we have created an interactive 2.0 archive through liquidMaps.org, open to the community and to the younger generations..."
Arts of Movement. Vicenç Altaió
Instituto Vasco Etxepare
On line 30 de Enero 2014
"Spiridon Kuzmich, the famous clown, is a native son of Moscow Town. But Darya, his wife, is with us today from a foreign land that's far away."
Samuil Marshak & Vladimir Lebedev
Art Love Live Art
International Observatory of Theatres at Risk
Invited artists: Matanicola, Gelabert & Azzopardi, Roger Bernat, Constanza Macras, Jêrome Bel, David Zambrano, Óskar Gómez Mata, Yan Duyvendak, Israel Galván, Àngels Margarit, Joan Montanyés (Monti), Jon Maia, Alessandro Sciarroni, Olga de Soto, Monica Valenciano...
"You have to love dancing to stick to it. It gives you nothing back, no manuscripts to store away, no painting to show on walls and maybe hang in museums, no poems to be printed and sold, nothing but that single fleeting moment when you feel alive".
La Caldera Centre de Creació de Dansa i Arts Escèniques
A living Maps, creative and emotional where you can follow new routes in historical and contemporary Live Arts, Cultural Heritage, Intangible Projects...
"All Architecture could become a space for performance, if it allowed itself to be cannibalised by theatre."
Lina Bo Bardi
liquidDocs & Guests: a interdependent cluster that grows, is structured and evolves as a network interconnected by artists & platforms, professionals & entities, institutions & companies.
liquidMaps supported by: Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture & Sport, Basque Institute Etxepare, Culture Department by Catalan Government, Diputación Foral de Gipuzkoa, Catalan National Council for Culture & Arts, Institut Ramon Llull, Arts Santa Mònica, Mercat de les Flors, University of Deusto, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona Sea Museum, Barcelona Tech...
Intangible Cultural Heritage, transmitted from generation to generation, is constantly recreated by communities and groups, and provides them with a sense of identity and continuity, thus promoting respect for cultural diversity and human creativity.
UNESCO. Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, 2006.