For the month of November 2019, Jupiter Woods is pleased to host Claudia Pagès Rabal for a research residency.
Throughout the month, Claudia will utilise the Jupiter Woods spaces to further her current research that spans logistics, gleaning history and creolization of language. Focusing on forms of contemporary distribution and circulation, the artist’s current research revolves around labour and production processes, as well as harvesting, gleaning and extracting, transposing their rural and natural connotations to contemporary political realities.
Claudia is currently writing a series novella/group of texts that wish to narrate the economies of the shopkeepers versus gentrification processes in the context of Barcelona: rats and cockroaches; sand and soil circulation; which she will continue working on during her stay in London.
The residency is possible thanks to the Programme for the Internationalisation of Spanish Culture (PICE), in the framework of the Mobility grants (PICE) awarded by Acción Cultural Española (AC/E).
Claudia Pagès (Barcelona) lives and works in Barcelona.
She has exhibited in solo and duo in institutions such as La Capella de Sant Roc, Valls (2018), Paris Internationale, Paris (with Cordova) (2018), Veronica, Amsterdam (2018), Yaby, Madrid (2018), La Capella, Barcelona (2017), Rongwrong, Amsterdam (2016), P/////AKT, Amsterdam (2015).
Recent readings and performances include MACBA, Barcelona (2019), Les Bains, Paris (2019), Gasworks, London (2018), Sharjah Art Foundation, Sharjah UAE (2018), Ca2M, Madrid (2017), RAI10/Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf (2016), La Casa Encendida, Madrid (2016), Moderna Museet, Stockholm (2015).
She has been resident at Bulegoa, Bilbao (2018), Nido. Campo Abierto. La Rivera. UY (2018), LiveWorks Centrale Fies, Trento (2017), Gasworks, London (2017), Ca2M y La Casa Encendida, Madrid, (2016) and has received the Mondriaan fonds Werkbijdrage Jong Talent for, The Netherlands (2016-2017).