Bulegoa z/b in Bilbao - we are partners since 2017

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Bulegoa zenbaki barik is an office for art and knowledge located in the Solokoetxe district of Bilbao. It is an initiative created around a shared interest in issues such as critical pedagogical practices, situated knowledge and collaborative methodologies; feminisms and the decolonial perspective; processes of historicization, cultural translation; and social transformation, and its relation to art.

Bulegoa z/b is a platform inspired by the desire to bridge the gap between practice and theory. Its aim is to build a space of sustained discourse and hybrid situations where debate, discussion and exchange of ideas can take place and artistic projects can be materialized. To make this possible, Bulegoa z/b organises seminars, presentations, screenings, performances, talks, conversations and other activities.

Members of Bulegoa z/b are: Beatriz Cavia, Miren Jaio and Leire Vergara. They founded the project in 2010 together with Isabel de Naverán, who worked with them until 2018. Silvia Coppola is in charge of production and Auria Etxeandia of communication, taking over from previous collaborators, Jesús Arpal Moya, Alexi Hofer, Adriana Laespada, Andrea Rodrigo and Natalia Barberia. Abel Jaramillo, Daniel Aranda, Silvia Coppola and Sara Padilla Grimalt did their post-graduate internship at Bulegoa z/b.



Bulegoa z/b for DAI: 

2021-2022 COOP study group: Curating Positions: Nostalgia for the light*: Struggles’ Reverberations in Cinema

2020-2021 COOP study group: Curating Positions: Bodies and Antibodies in Cinema

2019-2020 COOP study group: Curating Positions: Location In Reverse- Care For a Place Through the Cinematic Lens.

2018-2019 COOP study group: Curating Positions: Logics of Montage. In Between the Cinematic Apparatus and the Exhibition.

2017-2018 COOP study group: Curating Positions: Practising Organisation Under Present Conditions


2011 - Affect / Production, an intense week of workshops in Bilbao and Azala, led by Phil Collins and Sharon Smith in collaboration with Bulegoa z/b