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Memory Spaces Moravia 

Project carried out in cooperation between the Moravia Cultural Development Center (CDCM), the Secretariat of Citizen Culture of Medellín, Comfenalco Antioquia, El puente_lab and Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto, which brought together the artists Katia Meneghini, Gayle Chong Kwan, Armin Mobasseri and Víctor Muñoz to carry out interventions in the public space of the Moravia neighborhood. The interventions served to generate dialogues and promote new dynamics of encounter between the inhabitants and the artists, as well as to open a macro reflection of the process of urban and social transformation, and its importance for each of the families.


Project Nodes of cultural development

In 2009, El puente_lab was invited to design a new alternative, mobile and independent space for the Moravian Cultural Development Center (CDCM), called Nodes of cultural development. The design was developed based on container-type structures and a disused bus, conceived as a bridge between art and architecture, and is proposed as a collective artistic act to accompany the process of urban transformation of the neighborhood, through the creation of new spaces available for the entire community.


Within the framework of inter-institutional cooperation between El puente_lab and the Moravia Cultural Development Center (CDCM), Cielo Holguín - a member of the Cultural Network and community leader of Moravia - was invited to carry out an internship in Italy for a month, with which it sought to generate a space for exchange between these two countries and to create a formative experience in the development and management of cultural projects in the social sphere. Between the months of September and October 2011, Cielo Holguín, guided by Juan Esteban Sandoval de Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto, toured some of the most important cultural spaces in the country, exchanging knowledge and experiences with leaders of culture and art as a tool for transformation Social.

Study Internship of a Moravian Community Leader in Europe 


Moravia Video_Lab 

A series of theoretical-practical video workshops that had the objective of training a group of women between 12 and 18 years old from the Moravia neighborhood in the use of digital tools for the production of audiovisual content with gender themes, in a context with high risk factors for family violence, teenage pregnancies and prostitution. Likewise, the laboratory was aimed at forming a permanent work team that would multiply the knowledge and reflective experience derived from the laboratory to the community. The first version of the laboratory was carried out by the artists María Rosa Jijón and Margarita Vázquez Ponte, and the second was directed by Rabía Williams.

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