Never More!  Hiroshima-Fukushima

Lisi Prada


Lisi Prada (Spain) – Over Red Grass, 2015, 5:00
A field in strange bloom: flowers marble. Listen with your eyes. We want to convert inaudible shots into shooting, the roar of bombs into crickets. Cleanse, purify. We are looking for two names at random from the nearly ten thousand planted over this red grass at Normandy; the at least one hundred twenty-nine thousand of Hiroshima and Nagasaki; the estimated eleven million of the Holocaust; the among fifty and eighty-five millions of victims in ww2. We want to transmute blood in words. Soundtrack ‘Vividero’ by RocÍo Silleras.

Lisi Prada
A videomaker based in Madrid, she is interested in a search for balance between conceptual and sensory, between ethics and aesthetics; also, she uses linguistic polyvalence as a resource for simultaneous multiple layers of meaning. After a decade of learning and experimentation, she showed for the first time publicly in 2009, one of his video creations that received a special mention at the Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España, an honor that followed other awards. She has had two solo shows in Spanish galleries and has participated in group exhibitions, screenings and festivals in numerous countries.