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Spencer tunick en valencia

diciembre 28, 2021
Spencer tunick en valencia

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A clearly feminist image, where Tunick takes a stand. «This posture tries to show that women push men to fight, to join the feminist movement,» explained Tunick in the cloister of the Centre del Carme, where participants received information about the positions they had to carry out in the four locations where the New Yorker shot: the Serranos Bridge; the Plaça dels Furs; Roteros street and the magnolia of the towers.

The chosen snapshot shows the third position that the volunteers took on the Serrano Bridge. The photograph was taken at around 7 o’clock. «We are making a new construction on the concept of equality, which finally really counts women. Men must necessarily participate in rebuilding this new society,» Tunick explained to the media at the end of the performance.

The festival summoned the registered volunteers at 5 am in front of the doors of the old convent of Carme. There, the participants were divided between men and women. The men went to the Renaissance cloister, and the women to the Gothic cloister. Not because of gender segregation due to nudity, something contradictory for Spencer Tunick’s trajectory, but for efficiency. Each sex had to memorize differentiated positions for each location. They had to be very clear from the beginning to avoid confusion in the place where the snapshot was to be taken.

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The new edition of Intramurs is working as «a bridge between the last edition, marked by the photo shoot of the American artist Spencer Tunick, and the 2020 edition that will have as its main initiative the recovery of the missing Arab wall through a system of LED lights,» explain those responsible for the cultural event.

Likewise, all this action could be carried out thanks to the work of the Local Police, the cleaning services and the fifty volunteers of Intramurs, who made the action took place without incidents. The 1,300 people, who were summoned and undressed on March 30, are part of an action that aims to value heritage monuments of Ciutat Vella as the Serrano Towers, while reflecting on how to «build healthier and more egalitarian relationships between men and women».

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Hace poco recogí una impresión de esta foto. Una de las figuras carnosas manchadas soy yo. En algún lugar a media derecha, en el pavimento, antes de la carretera. Yo, junto con otras 1.300 personas, desnudo, en una mañana muy fría de marzo de este año.

¿Cómo llegó esto a ser? Bueno, literariamente hablando, me había desnudado en un centro de arte a 300 metros de distancia. Había caminado por unas calles medievales empedradas y muy frías de Valencia y era uno de los cientos de voluntarios que participaban en una sesión de fotos con el fotógrafo estadounidense Spencer Tunick.

Pero, en términos más generales, ¿cómo se llegó a esto? Sobre todo, porque hace un año, no estoy seguro de haber imaginado participar en algo así. Sin embargo, lo hice, y fue algo maravilloso y alegre. Fue algo muy inspirador, que me hizo reflexionar y que me hizo reafirmar la vida. Para mí la experiencia fue un punto importante en lo que sólo puedo describir como un «arco de desnudez» durante el último año.

Comenzó el año pasado con el dibujo al natural. Cada semana asistía a un grupo de dibujo y dibujaba a partir de un modelo desnudo. Un clásico en la educación artística. Cada semana veía cuerpos diferentes: hombres, mujeres, de todas las edades, formas y tamaños; y luchaba por intentar plasmar su imagen en la página. A pesar de que hay una persona desnuda delante de mí, descubro que estoy totalmente absorto en el acto de dibujar.

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A clearly feminist image, where Tunick takes a stand. «This posture tries to show that women push men to fight, to join the feminist movement,» explained Tunick in the cloister of the Centre del Carme, where participants received information about the positions they had to carry out in the four locations where the New Yorker shot: the Serrano Bridge; the Plaça dels Furs; Roteros street and the magnolia of the towers.

The chosen snapshot shows the third position that the volunteers took on the Serrano Bridge. The photograph was taken at around 7 o’clock. «We are making a new construction on the concept of equality, which finally really counts women. Men must necessarily participate in rebuilding this new society,» Tunick explained to the media at the end of the performance.

The festival summoned the registered volunteers at 5 am in front of the doors of the old convent of Carme. There, the participants were divided between men and women. The men went to the Renaissance cloister, and the women to the Gothic cloister. Not because of gender segregation due to nudity, something contradictory for Spencer Tunick’s trajectory, but for efficiency. Each sex had to memorize differentiated positions for each location. They had to be very clear from the beginning to avoid confusion in the place where the snapshot was to be taken.

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