WHITE NOISE Transitions Between Sequences is a project by Lola Lasurt encompassed by the Loom programme of the Living In-between project, on display on the ground floor of the former Fabra i Coats textile factory, now a Contemporary Art Centre, in the Sant Andreu district. This project is understood, from a conversation practice viewpoint, to be a shared learning process, which over four sessions analyses and addresses, from a creative perspective, the space in-between. Moments of transition considered to be processes open to the possibility of change, at a time when the role of an art centre and its relationship with its most immediate surroundings is being reconsidered.
The Can Fabra School, now located on the same old factory premises, puts 7 years in temporary huts behind it and moves into its brand new building. The sessions will be attended by the school and other learning communities from Sant Andreu and other neighbourhoods.
The first encounter revolved around the transitional object, a concept introduced by Donald Woods Winnicott to refer to objects that provide comfort to children during a particular developmental sequence.
This project focused on the legacy of analogue and the influence of digitisation processes on a social level, provoking thoughts about the differences between various recording and saving formats and how they contribute to our experiences and relationships.
A journey through the years of political transition in the district of Sant Andreu. We met with people who lived through it and, at the old thread and textile factory, outlined the chain of events that happened there.
An encounter focusing on grief, which will include a guided tour around the Sant Andreu Cemetery, led by the Ignasi Iglésias Study Centre.