Harri, Orri, Ar. Experimenting with formats for practice-based artistic research

From January 20 to December 15, 2021, in the Sala Rekalde -Wednesday- at 18:00 p.m. (online broadcast of each session)

laSIA organizes the seminar entitled Harri, Orri, Ar, integrated in the research project Experimentation of formats for practice-base artistic research, which will be developed during the year 2021.

laSIA aims to deepen the investigative dimension of artistic practice; understands the practice of art as an experience of knowing, and positions itself in the place of the artist subject, as a place of reflective practice, from which to draw not so much a theoretical knowledge, but a practical experimentation that allows opening ways for creation and exhibition of the investigation.

The main objective of the current project is to work experimentally in the search for formats that allow developing, exhibiting and / or publishing artistic research processes. To this end, the Harri, Orri, Ar Seminar brings together artists, in whose practices the investigative exercise is present and, in very different ways, becomes relevant.


January 20: Discussion table. Ana Arnaiz, Aimar Arriola, Iñaki Imaz

January 27: José Ramón Ais

February 24: Mireia c. Saladrigues

March 24: Laura F. Gibellini

April 28: Remco Roes 

May 26: Albert Corbí

June 30: Sharing from laSIA 

September 29: Clara Montoya

October 27: Arantxa Echarte

Novmber 24: Ainara Elgoibar

Dicember 15: Final discussion table 


To attend the face-to-face session as a public, it is necessary to register through the Sala Rekalde website.

Online access to each of the sessions will be published in the corresponding entry on laSIA website.

The special circumstances caused by the pandemic may influence the type of intervention of each of the invited artists, although we will try to maintain the planned calendar. Consequently, we will try to experiment with new formats of diffusion, as proposed by the research project.

It is an activity financed by the Sala Rekalde, BizkaiKOA and the University of the Basque Country (US Project 07/19)