Òscar Clarissó (Tàrrega 1999). Fourth year student of the Fine Arts degree at the UB. His work is marked by technical experimentation and research into the processes of legitimisation by the established political structures, and the deconstruction of the collective ideology based on the precepts of the institution as a regime and the symbolic constitution of the crisis of contemporary collectivity. His work has been included in "Miranda Pilot 2021", a travelling exhibition at various civic centres in Barcelona as part of the emerging curatorial project "Stripart" (2020). Participant in the performance festival "A la Babala" (2019) at the CCCB and lately her work has been part of the "Dissabtes tònics" (2020) at La Escocesa, Barcelona. He has also participated in different festivals to showcase self-publishing projects, such as "Autovallvi" (2019) at Casa Buenos Aires, Barcelona.
Since 2007 Homesession has been a catalyst for creation in the field of visual arts, with its international residency programme and production grants for Spanish artists. In its constant effort to support artists and promote art, Homesession welcomes proposals that utilise diverse media and practices, with a strong focus on interdisciplinary experimentation.
Homesession endeavours to complement the work of the institutions in Barcelona’s art scene: it provides a home for proposals that are daring and innovative in their contents as much as in their format and aesthetics, making room for the unexpected.