An Acteon production with the collaboration of CGAC (Galego center of contemporary art)
The Vite neighborhood of Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain) is a social housing development from the late 1970s. The voice of the inhabitants, the images of the buildings and performative and sculptural elements, introduce us to a journey through the layers of experiences, stories and landscapes that make up the neighborhood. To live is to inhabit times and places that never cease to change, sometimes in a conflictive way and other times in the opacity of the everyday. Lives approaches this, confronting this change with the architectural and urbanistic project where, often, the modern rational order and the destiny of bodies collide.