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Esther Pizarro participa en ISEA 2022, POSSIBLES, en la modalidad Artist Talk

13 de junio de 2022.

Esther Pizarro participa en el prestigioso International Symposium on Electronic Art, ISEA 2022, POSSIBLES, dentro del programa Conference, modalidad “Artist Talk”, con la ponencia titulada “Space Debris: Waste Constellations. An artistic visualization”.

Programa general: https://isea2022.isea-international.org/program/conference/

Artist Talk: https://isea2022.isea-international.org/event/artist-talk-space-debris-waste-constellations-an-artistic-visualization/

Authors: Esther Pizarro

Work: Space Debris analyzes and shows the huge swarm of debris that surrounds the Earth in its four main orbits. Relying on data extracted from scientific sources, it identifies the eleven countries responsible for the exponential accumulation of debris, classifies the data, and shows how this constellation is distributed in the Cosmos.

Typology: Artist talk

Theme: Space Pollution, Data Visualization, Science, Technology Artistic Installation

Venue: MACBA - Convent dels Àngels, Barcelona

Horario: 14:40

More information: http://www.estherpizarro.es

Lugar: Convent dels Àngels, MACBA, Barcelona.

Fechas: 13.06.2022 Horario: 12:40 hs

Abstract: The launch of Sputnik in 1957, humanity’s first satellite, ushered in a new era in the conquest of outer space; but it also marked the beginning of a new type of pollution invisible to our eyes, space pollution. Since then, our planet has surrounded itself with numerous satellites tasked with studying our climate, predicting disasters, helping us answer scientific questions important to human evolution, and keeping us continuously connected and monitored. The useful life of these satellites is threatened by the saturation of objects orbiting the Earth. Accidental collisions between objects orbiting outer space can produce debris clouds that move at high speeds; the greater the planetary connectivity, the more increase in space pollution.

Biography: Esther Pizarro is a visual artist, researcher and Professor at the European University of Madrid. She has been recognized four six-year research periods. Her installations have been exhibited at Las Cigarreras, Alicante; Tabacalera, Madrid; LABoral Center for Art and Industrial Creation, Gijón; Matadero Madrid; Metrópoli Foundation, Madrid; Casa Asia, Barcelona; Hospital Real, Granada; San Telmo Museum, San Sebastián; Tomás y Valiente Art Center, Madrid, Ponce+Robles. Among the scholarships received are the Pollock-Krasner, the Academy of Spain in Rome, the College of Spain in Paris, and the Fulbright Scholarship. She has received numerous awards: Ramón Acín, Antón Scholarship, VEGAP Proposals, Ojo Crítico RNE, and Pámpana de Oro Valdepeñas. She has participated with large-scale installations at the Shanghai World Expo, China 2010; and Expo Zaragoza 2008. Her work has been represented in collections such as the Academy of Spain, Rome; Institut Valencià d’Art Modern, IVAM, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.