Camila Téllez develops the project "TRANSICIÓN PRIMAVERAL" within the framework of Babestu, announcement extraordinary support for the contemporary creation of Azkuna Zentroa.

CAMILA TÉLLEZ (Santiago, CL, 1982). Transdisciplinary artist. She lives and works in Bilbao. She is currently doing the mediation of Cuerpos extraños cerca (Near foreign Bodies), an interdisciplinary meeting in Markina-Xemein within the Harriak, Eremuak program. In 2020 she began the project in question, Transición primaveral, as resident in the P.I.C.A. Programme (2018-2020) in Azala Espazioa (Álaba). Recently, she presented News & letters (de Planta 2 o 3), a series of video-news in the form of an online channel within Hiperconectadxs on the Tabakalera website, which is part of the Edificio. Methodologies for a nascent architecture, long-term project carried out in Bulegoa z/b (2018), with Ayuda Ikertu (2017) and Planta 0 in Histeria Kolektiboa (2016). She presented the performance “8 habitaciones” in the Bi, Dos, Two, Eremuak (2018) exhibition. She participated in Prototipoak. International meeting of New Artistic Forms 2018 in Azkuna Zentroa – Alhondiga Bilbao, with the MIRADOR. Centro de investigación space intervention project.
She was a resident artist in Bilbaoarte, 2016 and in Kalostra Eskola, 2015 (San Sebastián-Donosti). She received the MPECV, Master in Scenic Practice and Visual Culture, 2013-14, at the Reina Sofia National Art Museum and Universidad Castilla-La Mancha, Madrid. During 2012 she lived in Berlin, where she participated in PAStudies # 27 | Performance Art Studio. She graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts from the Finis Terrae University in Chile, where she taught an experimental drawing and art theory workshop, from 2004 to 2013.
In her recent artistic work she investigates performance, autobiography, writing, voice and image, different expressions of identity in the spaces she inhabits, as well as the invisible relationships with the audience and the public in different mediation proposals of places. She has participated in various collective projects, collaborations and publications with artists from different disciplines including performative, audiovisual, sound, experimental, and plastic.

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