Navigating Possibilities

Navigating Possibilities is a performative work in permanent progress that grew from an interest in exploring information-transfer during communication processes, in particular the way it affects those involved and leads them to make particular decisions. A negotiation between this and that. The focus is on the situations that arise rather than in the information transmitted, exploring them through games and actions using more or less sophisticated technological tools. An allegory on navigation.

B proposes something.
C and D discuss B's proposal.
During  the dialogue a new theme is defined, which D will use to make a new proposal.

Ricardo Santana, Guillem Mont de Palol and Aimar Pérez Galí are three young Spanish artists who met in Amsterdam and together started developing this project as a cross-media platform from which to explore: performance, as a theatrical event, the blog, as a virtual event, and urban actions as ephemeral events.

8th of March, 20.30h

50 minutes

Concept: Aimar Pérez Galí
Development,creation and performance: Ricardo Santana, Guillem Mont de Palol and Aimar Pérez Galí
Producied by My Other Work in collaboration with Chez Bushwick (Brooklyn, New York) within the residency program Force Majeure
Partially susidized by The Cultural Development Fund del New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the Institut Ramon Llull.
With the support of: La Caldera (Barcelona) y L'animal a l'esquena (Celrà, Girona)