ESTIBALIZ SADABA MURGUIA
The domestic sphere is one to which women have historically been relegated. Estibaliz Sádaba Murguía's work aims to make visible the socially invisible work that women carry out in this space. In this sense, the aim is to bring it out into the public light, into the "agora".
The research, materialised in images and methodologically projected through actions, develops on the genesis of the very idea of the "domestic", in opposition to the idea of "public space", since it is there where the circumstances that have made possible the isolation, confinement and disciplining of women for centuries are to be found.
The confinement of women to the space of the home is the logical consequence of being part of a patriarchal social structure. For this reason, the aim is to observe, question and work on women's relationship with the domestic sphere. As in previous projects, the artist uses the languages of drawing, sound and video, writing, action/performance and photography (the latter being the ones used on this occasion). The working methodology consists of deploying a wide constellation of images as a result of the sum of these techniques. The aim of the action is to subvert this reclusion, taking the struggle out of the kitchen and the bedroom and into the streets.
Venue: MUNTREF Centro de Arte Contemporáneo y Museo de la Inmigración - Sede Hotel de Inmigrantes
Address : Av. Antártida Argentina S/N (entre Dirección Nacional de Migraciones y Buquebus)
City : Buenos Aires
Estibaliz Sádaba Murguía (ESP-País Vasco)
Helga Massetani Piemonte (ESP-País Vasco)