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actividades artísticas para chicos colegiales
These images are from the workshop held on October 20 at The Angel`s School in Ñuñoa. This workshop was aimed at seventh grade students, it is also related to exhibition held in Berlin during August. First of all, one of our concerns, probably the most important one, has to do with testing our material in didactic activities aimed at children and adolescents. As a result of this activity we were able to observe the reaction of the participants and the feedback was finally positive. In conclusion, we can say that with the correct guide, the children can use this material to learn and express themselves. P.D: the duck indeed is from the duck of Hecho en Casa fest.
This is the first summary of “Live by Artists” by Proyecto Ensamble.
Born in Chillan, one of the cities in Chile, he is an illustrator and currently also a tattoo artist, Jko Sánchez participated in the series “I Need your Skull” 2014.
He graduated in graphic design in 2011 but has experimented with illustration since 2009, developing his style that he defines as “abstract vectors working in the digital environment.” Finally, he compiles this experimental material in his book “Nada”, poetry and illustration, published in 2013.
While in Chile, he worked for 3 years as a graphic designer at Maui and Sons, where all the contacts that he make there subsequently became his clients in graphic design. Then during 2015 he decided to travel to South America. During this period he visited tattoo studios in Bolivia, Peru and Colombia, where he learned to tattoo. And in his travel book he tells about the transition between digital illustration and his current work, which reflects the influence of the art of tattoos and Colombian mythology. It is released with basic and simple drawings to move to more complex creations that include animals and typical themes of this art. Thanks to this, from 2016 to date, he moves to live in Colombia, installs the tattoo studio where he works with some friends, and also still works as a graphic designer independently.
The art of creating an exhibition that includes a great variety of artists, and that can also be moved from one place to another using the least amount of resources possible, is what was tested in the sample developed in the OKK/Raum29 art gallery in Berlin under “Kolonie Wedding”.
Kolonie Wedding is a monthly activity that gets its name from the network/colony of 23 artists who manage free art spaces in the Wedding district in Berlin, while these spaces have a strong connection with their immediate surroundings, their activities involve people all over the world, turning Kolonie Wedding into a work that breaks boundaries as well as creating new experiences for both artists and the public.
In this scenario was presented the Mr. Rabbit art show where all the artists that participated in the 2016 show were included. Finally we are grateful for the invitation from the gallery, the Chilean culture funds and all the people who collaborated and participated in the materialization of this event.