Estibaliz Sádaba (Bilbao, 1963) holds a BA, MA and PhD in Fine Arts from the University of the Basque Country. Her work focuses on the study and analysis of female stereotypes as part of the deconstruction of the dominant discourse around women.
She has exhibited in Paris (Very Short Film Festival) and at the Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour, Museo de San Telmo, Museo Artium, Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Museo Nacional de Arte Contemporáneo Reina Sofía and Akademie der Künste (Berlin), among other venues.
LAS INCONTABLES: cuerpos (no) domesticados en espacios públicos will be an experimental audiovisual piece on the ways in which women have traditionally negotiated the limits between the domestic and the public space.
To this end, it will center on three historic or literary moments when female collectives made their voices heard: les Précieuses, a group of women from the 17th-century Parisian nobility who organized intellectual debates on philosophical, moral and religious questions; the Flappers, followers of the 1920s fashion for wearing short skirts, eschewing the corset and listening to what was then considered outré music (jazz), who also drank, smoked and drove cars; and the Riot Grrrls, the feminist musical movement that reached the height of its fame in the 1990s, but continued to exert a significant influence on the culture of grunge.