Head to head, face to face, two artists/researchers who have never met are set to do so in a gazebo in the Europa park in Txurdinaga, Bilbao.

Das paradies proiektuaren irudiaEgilea: Amaia Molinet

Gaingiroki, Das Paradies proiektuak Alpeetako paisaien irudiak bildu nahi ditu, baina Koranean jasotzen den deskribapenari lotutako paradisuaren ideia islatuko duten elementuak jasota: men

Vis a vis, which has been being undertaken in parks in Bilbao and  aims to generate encounters in essay format between two artists or researchers who do not know each other previously or w

encuentros vis a vis

Vis a vis arises as chance encounters in different parks in the city of Bilbao.


The offering –tarteka– consists of a participatory event through the work processes of artists that maintain some type of connection, more or less intuitive, to a very specific location.

amaia molinet

Lodosa, 1988 (Navarra)

She lives and works in Bilbao. She holds a Master in Contemporary, Technological and Performative Art and a Bachelor in Fine Arts from the UPV/EHU. She develops her artistic practice from an expanded photography, addressing the relationship between territory and identity, and highlighting landscape’s symbolic features.

She has been awarded grants and prizes by organizations such as the Guggenheim Museum, INJUVE, Eremuak, C arte C or BilbaoArte Foundation and she has carried out artistic residency stays in Artifariti (Western Sahara), SÍM House (Reykjavík), Nau Estruch (Sabadell, Barcelona), Fabrique Pola (Bordeaux) and Centrul de Interes (Cluj-Napoca).

She has had individual exhibitions such as “Transfagarasan” at Cervantes Institute (Bucharest), “The Earth may want to be like it was before existing” in Hiriartea (Ciudadela de Pamplona), “Das Paradies” at La Taller Gallery (Bilbao), “Future Fossils” at the Archaeological Museum of Bilbao and Centro Cultural San Martín (Buenos Aires) and “Mugak” at BilbaoArte Foundation. Her work has been shown in group exhibitions in contexts such as the Huarte Contemporary Art Centre, Sala Rekalde (Bilbao), Montehermoso Cultural Centre (Vitoria-Gasteiz), San Telmo Museum (Donostia), Fabra i Coats Centre d’Art Contemporani (Barcelona), or Rafael Pérez Hernando Gallery (Madrid), among others.