Taula (Ibicencan for table) is a new mobile curatorial device where the programming revolves around a table that acts as a demonstrative, expository, explanatory, and dialogical element. The table can be placed in the most unusual places and with the most unexpected content.
Just as the table may change, the Taula program will also grow organically as it contains not only its own projects, but also those of curators, artists and other invited cultural agents.
This summer, from August 11 to September 3, Taula will be the meeting place for a selection of ceramicists from Ibiza, opening a new window in La Carpintería, a place that is increasingly versatile while bringing the work of these creators to the interested public.
With Taula-01 we walk alongside these ceramicists on their way from the functional to the artistic and sculptural. These pieces encourage us to revisit traditional ceramics, an essential part of the most ancient Ibizan culture and crafts, through new prisms.
The participants are: Anneliese Witt, Elena Noguera Wilson, Inés Ventós, LADIO Ceramics, Marina Marón, and Natalie Rich-Fernández.
For this first edition of Taula, Vito di Rosa, an architect focused on environmental projects, has designed a table reusing industrial trestles found in the warehouse that were used in the remodeling work of the current La Carpintería space.
Taula-01 has been curated by Ses12Naus.
La Carpintería. Rio Arno, 58 (Can Bufí)
Tuesday to Friday from 7 to 10 p.m., and by appointment though firstname.lastname@example.org
On view until September 3