Territory and memory
Lala de Dios lecture on the work of Teresa Lanceta, ES
Work by Teresa Lanceta, photo: Lala de Dios
The Spanish textile group ACTM (Asociacion de Creadores Textiles de Madrid) invites you to an interesting lecture about the Spanish textile artist Teresa Lanceta.
Teresa Lanceta, born in Barcelona in 1951, is an artist who weaves, embroidery, sews, draws, paints, writes and makes videos. Since her beginnings in the 1970s, her work has been investigating the relationship between materials and territory, individual and collective memory and language. Although she exhibited at the Reina Sofía in 2000, her work has only gained full national and international recognition in recent years.
Lala de Dios is a trained art historian and professional weaver. Lala has given numerous lectures and master classes on the relationship between arts, crafts and design and public policy related to crafts. She is currently President of ACTM and a member of the Advisory Board of ETN.
The lecture is free and will take place on March 27th from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. online via Zoom. The lecture language is Spanish.Interested English speakers may find it in Englixh in the Contextile 2020 YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mq-EWRSrr-I&t=2023s which has the recording of the Contextile 2020 Textile Talks.