'SEQUENCE #1' A film without a film (Performative lecture)

with Andrea González
Tuesday, 7 March, 2023


A film recorded in a vacuum, containing more than its images contained. The material images from that film are gone, but they continue to appear now. They are here, they are there, they are here. There is a fascinating series of coincidences or signs that lead them to emerge. It's like a constant bypass between the present of the past and the past of the present. Between what was believed to be identity in the now and the biography of those people who experienced the transition.

*A film without a film premiered at the Domingo Festival (La Casa Encendida) in 2021.

Andrea Gonzalez. She is an architect from ETSAMadrid and has a master’s degree in Design and Arts from the Sandberg Instituut (Amsterdam). Recently, he has worked on 'Es Imposible No Puede Ser, apuntes para una película de vampiros en la Ruta del Calaao', with the support of the Ajudas a la Creacio de la CM, winner of the Circuitos de Artes Plásticas prize. This work was premiered at Het HEM (Amsterdam) and screened at Matadero Madrid, Filmhuis Den Haag and Cinema Galleggiante (Venice), among other places. He co-directs Home Cinema, and collaborates with Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee and fanfare (Amsterdam). He has facilitated PUB Sandberg and Alone Together, and directed RACA Radio. He has also organized Parkineo in Matadero Madrid and has undertaken the trip 'In Castilla La Mancha there are more than a hundred similar sports facilities'. He has also collaborated with cultural institutions and organizations such as the Venice Architecture Biennale, Sonic Acts, Rozenstraat, Hangar, La Casa Encendida, Matadero Madrid, CentroCentro, Droog Design, PARK The Magazine, Pasajes Arquitectura y Crítica, Revista de Arquitectura (COAM), Teatron, ETSAMadrid, University of Alicante, IEDMadrid, AA London, Universitat San Pablo CEU and University of Nebraska-Lincoln, among others.

​SEQÜÈNCIA is a cycle of activities linked to the programming of Fabra i Coats: Center d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona. SEQUENCE #1 proposed a framework to deepen the particular performative link between bodies and images.