CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo


4 - 8 JULY
17:00 — 21:00

To bring the school year to a close, UHF has invited the artist Pablo Serret de Ena to run a summer workshop based on trial and error. We have always been taught to distinguish between what’s right and what’s wrong. We have tried to reap success and avoid failure. But, is it possible to invert this logic? Over the course of five days and one night spent in the museum, we will come together to amass failures, to embrace the epic fail and to turn the beauty of the imperfect on its head. We will carry out trials in order to make errors, because if you never take a risk you will never fail, and if you never fail you will never learn; and without learning, life cannot be lived to the full. And any repeated error can become a rhythm.

We will be looking at such disparate references as Bas Jan Ader and the Coyote and Roadrunner and we will work somewhere between a lo-fi Goldberg machine and the adolescent politics of the park. We will explore the good side of doing things wrongly, and if that is not enough, we will sleep under the stars while we imagine throwing stones at the Black Future. Because, at the end of the day, we are all Coyotes.

Pablo Serret de Ena combines all kinds of genres and disciplines (video, installation, sound, publishing, photography and even graphic design) in his projects which explore themes such as marginality, identity, power and disobedience, daily politics, transitioning and, of course, error.

Aimed at young people between the age of 16 and 21 years

Enrolment free on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling (+34) 912 760 225

is a platform for youth aged 16 to 21, which works collectively on audio-visual production. It is a permanent educational project that researches into ways of seeing and narrating, different from those established by commercial TV and film. Throughout its two years of life, UHF has become established as a project in continuous transformation, rethinking its goals and methodologies, in order to become an open space of creation, where young people can create and share content on a weekly basis, get to know other video creations, and enter in contact with artists and creators.

In its last editions, UHF has been visited by: Left Hand Rotation, Alex Reynolds, Terrorismo de autor, Patricia Esquivias, Iván Argote, Fermín Jimenez Landa, David Domingo, Momu y No es, Begoña Olavarrieta and Cristina Busto


Youth program with the sponsorship of