Ursula San Cristóbal

Úrsula San Cristóbal
Ursula is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher based in Barcelona. Her work proposes a meeting point between music, contemporary art and audiovisual language. She is devoted mainly to Live art and low tech video art, addressing issues such as gender violence, migration, memory, identity, and subjectivity. Ursula’s recent work has been screened internationally in festivals such as Miami New Media Festival (USA), Video art and animation Biennale of Puebla (Mexico), BIDEODROMO International Experimental Film and Video Festival (Bilbao, Spain), Videoformes (Clemont-Ferrand, France), Traverse Vidéo (Toulouse, France), and FILE Electronic Language International Festival (Brazil)

Participant in
Wake Up! Memorial – Corona! Shut Down?
Video title: Ad Nauseam, 2020, 1:00
Ad Nauseam was filmed in Barcelona in April 2020 during the Covid-19 lockdown. The piece tries to convey the feelings of anxiety, despair and anger at uncertainty, at the same time that it seeks to propose a constructive reflection based on the words of Antonio Gramsci: “Instruct yourselves because we will need all our intelligence, Cheer up, because we will need all our enthusiasm. Get organized, because we will need all our strength ”(L’Ordine Nuovo, 1919).