29.06—06.10.2024
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Laia Estruch Mata

Laia Estruch

1981, Spain
For the past few years, Laia Estruch has been intensively exploring the language of the body and voice in search of new methods of speaking and listening. One way she conducts this research is by inhabiting self-designed structures and using them as a medium for her performances. The colossal installation Trena is her most ambitious project to date. The work was first presented in the summer of 2023 in the Sala Oval of the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC) in Barcelona.

23 artists present inspiring work at unique locations at historical sites in Kortrijk

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