Last update > 24.11.2019
_Video/Muiñeira para a filla da bruxa (2019)
Dirección: Nuberu bagu (Jorge Rojas, Magdalena Orellana, Rigel Pomares Amaré, Victor Villavicencio) Dirección de producción: Mireya Delgado
Ayudante de producción: Illán Gamonal
Ayudante de dirección: Alejandro Pérez Castellanos Dirección de arte-vestuario: Bárbara Portilla Santana Maquillaje: Kyara Higginson
Best-Spark-Boy-Gaffer-Electrician: Jaime Mangas Producción ejecutiva: Rodrigo Cuevas, El Cohete Internacional
Producción musical: Raül Refree
_Screening/Focus Festifreak 2019
September 09, 12 & 14 2019
A series of focus screenings dedicated to Magdalena Orellana's previous works, as part of the 15th edition of the Argentinian film festival FestiFreak - Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente de La Plata.
_Exhibition > V2_ Residency/Summer Sessions 2019
September 09 2019
V2_ Lab For the Unstable Media (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Presentation of my latest project:
Yup, Modern Sensibility.
«Witness the outcomes of this year's residencies at Summer Sessions 2019. The artists will present the projects they’ve realized and talk about their residencies and creative processes. In this one-night exhibition, works will be demonstrated live, and visitors will have an opportunity to test and experiment with the works and converse with the artists.»
_Screening/I'll wrap my words in paper bags (2018)
23 June 2019
Cineteca (Madrid, Spain)
Cine del Barrio: Algunas Formas de Resistencia
Curated by CineZeta
The screening took place as part
of a session dedicated to the notions of
Neighborhoods & Territoriality.
The program shows a selection of works that somehow revisit the way we redefine certain areas and limits that we usually take for granted. It proposes a series of approaches that strive to seek estrangement in what it has already been delimited. The screening includes works by Anri Sala, Deborah Stratman, and Óscar Pérez.
_Exhibition + Publication
Dissident routes, common resistances
June 15, 2019
Reina Sofía Museum's Library (Madrid, Spain)
Presentation of Acta 4 Magazine, featuring some scanned pieces from the Scanning Archive project
by Magdalena Orellana.
About the exhibition:
"DO THE 90s FIT IN A MAGAZINE? The students of the itinerary of theory and art criticism of the Master of History of Contemporary Art and Visual Culture (UAM-UCM) present Dissenting routes, common resistances, the fourth issue of the ACTA magazine. ACTA 4 reflects on the validity of the actions and concerns that marked the alternative scene of the 90s: realities that shape the social movements that grow and are reinterpreted in our day as engines of current cultural demands. ACTA 4 is definitely a project of dissident routes, of common resistance. The magazine arises in parallel to the exhibition project Playful-political resistance in the Madrid of the 90s."
_Screening/Experimentales del Sur - Sólo he tirado un plato contra la pared para que usted se diese la vuelta
April 14, 2019
Magdalena Orellana's short films program as part of Experimentales del Sur, a series of screenings curated by Víctor Aguado Machuca in collaboration with AMEE and Cine Estudio-Círculo de Bellas Artes.
Experimentales del Sur is dedicated to experimental practices carried out by artists from supposedly peripheral countries under dynamic dispersion and fragmentation of hegemonic cultural models.
This screening shows a selection of the audiovisual work of Magdalena Orellana. It contains a series of documentary short films made between 2017 and 2018, whose creative principle consists in provoking a certain situation that serves as a pretext to attract the attention of "the others" and thus objectifies their performance. In this selection - which was followed by a colloquium with the author - there is primary attention to certain scenes of naivety and ridiculous, produced by the presence of locally known urban characters, or that occur when certain ascetic and ecstatic rituals are frustrated by the contemporary propensity to document any phenomenon.
(Text by Víctor Aguado Machuca)
Screening printed program designed by Magdalena Orellana.
Feb 6, 2019
Cover design & text for Facundo Orellana's latest zine: AUTOPILOT
Copies available here
_Video/Twerking on a bus (2019)
Twerking on a bus is a Tombolo Live and Nuberu Bagu production made by Nuberu Bagu (Jorge Rojas, Magdalena Orellana, Rigel Pomares Amaré & Víctor Villavicencio) for Marc Rebillet's concert in Madrid (Tombolo)
The video's based on a live streaming by Marc Rebillet somewhere in Vienna.
_Screening/A smile is not a paradigm (2018)
Jan 26, 2019
New Year New Work 2019 Festival
The Filmmakers'-Coop (NY,USA)
Dec 21, 2018
"El único destino de los coches es chocar contra los árboles" ("Cars' only destiny is to crash into trees")
_Screening/ Isla de Perros (2017)
Dec 21, 2018
Otras Luces III (Pamplona, Spain)
Muestra de vídeo arte
Video Art exhibition
This 3rd edition was curated by
students of the Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola (Donostia, Spain)
_Screening/New Incógnito Window (2nd edition)
Nov 6, 2018
ECAM (Madrid, Spain)
NIW is a program curated by Elisa Celda and Magdalena Orellana. On this 2nd edition, they presented the program for the first time in Madrid, Spain.
Poster design by Magdalena Orellana.
_Screening & Lecture/Conversaciones (2016)
Nov 15, 2018
MediaLab Prado (Madrid, Spain)
En red 10º Simposio de arte sonoro y música electroacústica (En Red 10º Symposium
of sound art and electroacoustic music)
Curated by AMEE - Asociación de música electroacústica y Arte Sonoro de España(Association of Electroacoustic Music and Sound Art of Spain)
_Screening/El Sol sale para todos (2017)
Nov 9, 2018
BilbaoArte (Bilbao, Spain)
Proyección - Actúe con normalidad. Hacia el arte sonoro desde el cine experimental (Act normally. Towards the sound art from the experimental cinema)
Program curated by AMEE - Asociación de Música Electroacústica y Arte Sonoro de España (Association of Electroacoustic Music and Sound Art of Spain)
_Screening/New Incógnito Window (1st edition)
May 16, 2018
The Filmmakers'-Coop (New York, USA)
Curated by Elisa Celda and Magdalena Orellama.
NIW is a program born out of the necessity of creating new spaces for the auto-distribution of works that navigate new ways of making and thinking about cinema within the already known channels of production and distribution. On this 1st edition, we included eight short films from independent Spanish & Latin American filmmakers based in Spain that work around the notions of 'cameraless' cinema, small productions, daily cellphone footage, Ted talks, night, debris...
In the end: a journey back to the deep internal generational guts of Spain.
> Poster design by Magdalena Orellana