13 Aug

The Botín Center is covered by a modular skin composed of ceramic plates and a metal base on which they are anchored. Starting from this idea, Heather Alcoceba teaches Modular Skins, a workshop in which to generate textile pieces from the concept of leather used in architecture. With architectural techniques we will transform the two-dimensional into three-dimensional and then take it to the body through different scales (an accessory, a dress ...) enjoying, as she says, an arquicostura workshop.

Brezo Alcoceba is an architect and specialist in Plastic Arts and Design. She is a doctor from the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Madrid in 2015 with the thesis artificial skin. Architectural metamorphosis of the body across the surface, research that was exhibited in the Spanish Pavilion of the Venice Architecture Biennale. She worked as an architect in Rafael Moneo's studio until 2013. From that date, she developed her multidisciplinary nature through research, design and teaching. He obtained the Extraordinary Prize in Plastic Arts and Design of the Community of Madrid in 2014, and a year later he was awarded in the XIX Call for Visual Creation Aids, Proposals 2015. His work has participated in parades and exhibition spaces, such like the Museum of the Costume of Madrid and Z Cultural Space Ignacio Zuloaga.

Capacity: 15 people (young people from 14 years old, and adults)

Duration: 2 hours every day