National team leader
Ramon Parramon, currently leads ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies, where works as Artistic Director, from 2007. He also leads Idensitat project from 1999. IDENSITAT is an arts project investigating ways of impacting upon the public sphere through creative proposals related to place and territory in their spatial, temporal and social dimensions. In the frame of this project, he has been developing specific projects in different places, mostly in Spain but also in México, Sao Paulo, Argentina and Chile. Related to this international experience, he has been manager project in two different European projects, while Idensitat had been the partner member: ARTIZEN – European Initiative for Art and Citizens (2015-2016), and ECLECTIS. European Citizens’ Laboratory for Empowerment CiTIes Shared (2013-2015). He holds a PhD in Fine Arts from the University of Vigo and a Master’s Degree in Design and Communication, from Universitat Pompeu Fabra, both in Spain. Its research speciality is the relationship between artistic practices and social space. In this sense he has been publishing different articles and directing some publications as: Translocations. Temporary Experiences, artistic practices and local contexts (2015), Mechanisms of Porosity. Intersections between Art, Education and Territory (2013) or Cities, Communities and Artistic Practices (2012), or Art, Experiences and Territories in Process (2008). And also He participated and organised several seminars, workshops and discussion forums about art, education and social space. Also, he has given lectures and seminars in various universities and art centres.
From 2000 to 2010 he wad the head of masters degree in Elisava School of Design (Barcelona) and during this period he directed the Master program Art, Design and Public Space.
He has curated several exhibitions such as In Transition -City and In Transition -Work, Fabra i Coats Centre d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (2016-2017), Translocation Observatory, Arts Santa Mònica (2015), Extralocals. Artistic practices in exotic contexts, ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies