JAUME PLENSA: CAN YOU HEAR ME?

Jaume Plensa: ¿Puedes Oírme?

Director: Pedro Ballesteros
Cast: Jaume Plensa
Year: 2020
Duration: 75 min
Language: Spanish, Catalan, English, French and Japanese with English subtitles
In Cinemas: 
Edinburgh Filmhouse – FRI 23 JULY 18:00 – Tickets Here

A documentary that invites us to take a tour around the planet along with prestigious Catalan sculptor Jaume Plensa to discover how art can transform the way we are in the world, the way we see it, and live it. In times of noise, confrontation and smear campaigns, Plensa’s reflections with the camera have a contaminating shooting effect, full of poetry, beauty and a much-needed sense of peace.

A profound sense of love, and a love for the public space and the people who inhabit it. In a journey around the world with the artist himself through his emblematic installations in public spaces in Spain, France, Sweden, USA, Canada and Japan, we discover his simple philosophy based on the search for harmonious relationships between the work, the environment and human beings.

Festivals: Venice Fine Arts Film Festival, Festival Docs Barcelona – Audience Award, Winner

 

 

Art will Bring Us Together – An introduction to Jaume Plensa by the RSA Collections Curator Sandy Wood and sculptor Kenny Hunter. Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) was the first institution in the UK to host an exhibition and show the work of Jaume Plensa back in 1992. We close the circle with two insightful video-contextualisation on the work of Plensa by RSA Collections Curator Sandy Wood and RSA celebrated Scottish sculptor Kenny Hunter. Speakers: RSA Collections Curator Sandy Wood , Kenny Hunter (Sculptor, Royal Scottish Academy)

We are proud to offer this film in collaboration with Royal Scottish Academy 

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MEDITERRANEAN Summer Special: JAUME PLENSA: CAN YOU HEAR ME?
Description
A documentary that invites us to take a tour around the planet along with prestigious Catalan sculptor Jaume Plensa to discover how art can transform the way we are in the world, the way we see it, and live it. In times of noise, confrontation and smear campaigns, Plensa’s reflections with the camera have a contaminating shooting effect, full of poetry, beauty and a much-needed sense of peace. A profound sense of love, and a love for the public space and the people who inhabit it. In a journey around the world with the artist himself through his emblematic installations in public spaces in Spain, France, Sweden, USA, Canada and Japan, we discover his simple philosophy based on the search for harmonious relationships between the work, the environment and human beings.