Environmental Depletion
and Biological Networks

This axis emphasizes the pressing need to address environmental issues in a context marked by the voracious extraction of energy resources. It prioritizes the understanding of complex biological networks that face constant threats. At the same time, it seeks to challenge and rethink traditional divisions between human and non-human categories, recognizing the intrinsic interdependence and coexistence that define the possibility of life and cooperation.

Wanderings between
Migration and Displacement

This axis delves into the complexities of migration and displacement in an ever-changing world. Acknowledging the significance of the current migration crisis, it reflects on the challenges of shaping identities amidst geographical and cultural complexities. Migration is understood not only as physical displacement but as an opportunity for connection andredefinition.

Hybridizations between
Colonization and History

This axis delves deeply into the intersection between colonial processes and the historical formation of the region. Its aim is notonly to unveil the events that shaped the past but also to explore how they resonate and intertwine in the shared present, shaping perceptions and social relationships.

Education, Processes of Faith,
and Imagination

Here, the focus is on how education and faith, throughout history, have shaped and been shaped by the human imagination. This axis addresses the processes of catechization and the formation of worldviews, highlighting the contrast between critical education and the legacies of expansionist modern thought. In an increasingly globalized world, it is essential to reflect oneducational systems that promote authenticity and autonomy.

Artisanal Traditions between
Materiality and Creation

This axis celebrates and delves into local artisanal practices. By examining the synergy between the materiality of objects and the process of creation, it highlights the significance of thisrelationship, especially in the rural environment of Arévalo. In rural Spain, where ancestral traditions are underutilized and at risk of being lost, the rescue and appreciation of local craftsmanship become imperative, and artists hope to contribute to this revival.

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