Art for social transformation
Allowing people to transcend barrieres and overcome difficulties, I see Art as a space for personal expression and development, as a meeting point for social participation and work.
SELFLOVE, a socio-educational art project with young people at risk of social exclusion to combat unwanted loneliness. We work on self-portrait through photography and the word.
Social Intervention Service Ksameu, FUNDACIÓ SANT VICENÇ DE PAÜL, Figueres.
‘TRIBUTES’ , a participatory project based on the memory of past events through objects.
Currently an exhibition of photos of objects that contain an attachment, a value or a personal meaning, with their associated stories.
MUME, Exile Memorial Museum.
SEMPREVIVES, socio-educational artistic activities related to the work and figure Salvador Dalí that allow participants to reflect on how they feel and on what they are going through.
Schools, Museums, Libraries and other learning institutes.
‘EXPRESS YOURSELF’, personalized photo-calls that are opportunities for citizen expression through visual statements. http://www.martapetra.com/projectes/photocalls-personalitzats/
Art Festivals and Museums.
‘REMOR (MURMUR)’, an exhibition that provokes reflection and debate! With photographs and text about the loss of public washing places for sharing and empowerment, and on the role of women and men in past and present society!
Art Festivals, Museums, Schools and other learning institutes.
MY BODY, MY RIGHTS
‘MY BODY, MY RIGHTS’, a campaign of Amnesty International to stop the control and criminalization of sexuality and reproduction by governments and others.
Amnesty International exhibition spaces.
‘DIVERSE FIGUERES’, a visualization of the different forms of diversity in the town Figueres. The people photographed by Petra Vlasman chose their place and value and light-painted with her.
Plaça de la Palmera Figueres.
‘NEW FACES’, a project born from the desire to adopt parts and details of faces and experiences of others. Dreamed individuals; children , youngsters and adults photographed by Petra Vlasman.
Carried out and exhibited at different schools.