Basque Multidisciplinary Artist Ira Lekue The Basque artist Irantzu Lekue and her team also design and create murals. On a large scale and also commissions for companies or private homes. Collaborative, participatory murals or artistic commissions to take art where necessary. TRANSFORMING MURALISM The artist has created works with a clear intention artivist. By urban interventions, it was claimed cultural diversity , improving the cultural conditions the need to create public spaces in their city. It has also been called into question the cultural and formative cuts on art and culture in his country. ARTISTIC FACILITIES All its facilities are born from the relentless desire for innovation and experimentation that moves the artist to create. Through the multiplication of objects tells stories that transform both the value of the object, as the viewer. EXPO

IRANTZU LEKUE: Contemporary basque artist

The added value of the contemporary artist Irantzu Lekue is found in its dual artistic and social aspect. Her works tries to raise the viewers´ social awareness. To think about art and memory, about social injustices, about the importance of educating based on multiple intelligences, in a dynamic and creative way.

COMMUNITY ART FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION

Community art for social transformation expressed through muralism in its social and non-individualistic sense brings the intangible value of neighbourhood collaboration and the third sector, as well as multimedia experimentation. Her work brings art to society and makes one a participant, awakening their capacity for reflection on problems and proposing alternatives to the most current social injustices.

INTERNATIONALIZATION

Art residences and projects of Irantzu Lekue here and there. At the hands of UNESCO, she was invited by the United Nations to Geneva to work on education for social transformation. She has made artistic residencies in countries such as France, Switzerland or Italy.

HUMANIZATION OF SPACES

The revolution of the humanization of spaces through art. Health, educational, urban and public spaces are intertwined?, on many occasions, in a dehumanized and strange environment. The quality of care of spaces such as hospitals necessarily includes the humanization of services.

 

The challenge of the contemporary artist is to humanize the environment, through artistic activities. The humanization of the spaces has become a key piece that allows to create friendly and welcoming environments that make a positive impact on  both users and professionals.