>WE ARE ALL MIGGRANTS. videoinstalaciones, instalación sonora y acción en SO Gallery, Londrés (16)
3rd - 4th September 2016
On Saturday 3rd - Sunday 4th September Pedro Caxade and We Are All Migrants social movement will be hosting a weekend of art and events at Gallery S O London to initiate debate around attitudes towards migration.
The core of this movement is Pedro's music video "Emigrante".
Get to know it here: https://youtu.be/ 89K_vhm4kcc
Alongside screening Emigrante - the music video that started our movement - We Are All Migrants has invited international artist collective1668 project (Mario Gutierrez Cru and Domix Garrido) to share work in response to current issues around migration. Their practices respond directly to themes of borders, identity and place, and will be a great starting point for lots of interesting discussions. We do hope you can join us
1pm on Saturday, to open the weekend artist Domix Garrido will be talking about his work, process and impact in our eclectic society.
4 pm on Saturday, there will be continuous screening sessions of Emigrante by Pedro Caxade and 1668’s Rio de Oro by Domix Garrido,#excerpts from Melilla by Mario Gutiérrez Cru.
4 -6pm on Sunday, to close the weekend we will be having drinks and Live Music with DJ Marcela A launching her Remix of ''Emigrante".
And... Happenings scheduled throughout the days.
We Are All Migrants:
We Are All Migrants is a project and social movement initiated by Pedro Caxade (singer and actor) to challenge hate and prejudice towards migration.
We Are All Migrants sends a positive message by talking about the human being hidden behind the label migrant, and most importantly, making people understand we are all connected to migrant stories. The core is Emigrante, a music video created to illustrate this positive message and be catalyst for people to share their own experiences on the We Are All Migrants social media platforms.
See how to join the social movement and share your stories here:https://youtu.be/ gbNl2A6SfX0
Mario Gutierrez Cru (ESP) and Domix Garrido (ESP) created 1668 project as a platform to explore social and political art and poetry. Under the title Disonancias Fronterizas, they will present video works: Rio de Oro by Domix Garrido, #excerpts from Melilla by Mario Gutiérrez Cru, a sound installation: Diálogos Sordos by 1668, and happenings:
I am from here by 1668, AYLANK by Domix Garrido.
Image Details: 1668, Deaf Dialogues, 2016
#excerpts of melilla, 1 n.11
Gallery S O
London 92 Brick Lane, E1 5RL