Artist and illustrator. Founding partner and project developer in Fundació el Milà
From January 10 to January 16, 2018
Clara Nubiola was trained as a grafic designer, and has been passionate about territory since for ever. After doing a Masters in Social and Cultural Anthropology (UB) and post graduate studies in Territorial Architecture (UPC) she decided to work on territory as an artist. Her proyects give a critical and ironic view which invites reflections about the modern city, mass tourism, society, and territory. She is author of La Guía de las rutas inciertas The Guide to undefined routes (Bsidebooks, 2011) and Los Cuentos de Ninots The Stories of the Ninots (Fundació el Mila, 2016) and created the digital publication, Los Vacíos Urbanos Urban Empty Spaces (from 2009 to the present)
My project I’ve walked all the streets of Olot’ proposes taking seven days to walk all the streets of the town creating a subjective and vivencial narrative of its urban and social fabric. To segment the town in a manual and totally unscientific way, and to establish the steps by which it can be walked street by street. Narration is the main axis of the story, which —as if reading a musical score— shows the fabric of the town of Olot. An empirical urbanism which reclaims the field diary and emotional mapping as tools with which to narrate.