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Carmen Roca Igual & Eurowitch

1d Maria

a musical performance during Museumnacht Den Haag


08/10/2022 –
– 30/11

During Museumnacht Den Haag our door was open for a nightly exhibition visit and a musical performance by Eurowitch. He played the song made for Carmen Roca Igual’s film Clean Talk, on view in her exhibition Tan lines from a Spiritual Retweet at 1646.

In the film, a bunch of Spanish women are being filmed as a favour to their cousin, who directs the scenes. The cousin makes them clean and gossip for hours while orchestrating a fictional piece that often breaks the fourth wall as the women break character to talk to and disagree with their cousin. Clean Talk mixes the past with the future, retelling old stories from a contemporary point of view. In his performance during Museumnacht, Eurowitch showed us his auto-tune sounds that contrast to the traditional Spanish tonality, taking us through a spectrum of sounds found within Latin music.

Eurowitch is an artist, DJ and singer-songwriter, who, in his musical work, experiments with reggaeton, dancehall, trap, baile funk and sweaty global club beats. Being a Queer artist working with Latin urban rhythms, Eurowitch doesn’t always fit the mold. The backbone of his work is thus based on the representation of LGBTQ+ people in the urban music scene.


About Carmen Roca Igual: Carmen de la Roca (b. 1998, Paris) is a lens-based artist researching human behaviour and the social makeup we apply in relation to new media. Her work combines identity, technology, empowerment and the role of new media, but also the essential pursuit of communication, spirituality, and connection that most humans are in search of. She researches and explores experiences through fictional characters as a proxy to hers and society’s dilemmas. The characters live through contemporary narratives as they discover how to utilise the content they create in this attention economy.

Roca Igual graduated from the Royal Academy of Art The Hague in 2020. Her work was officially selected for the #AmLatino Film Festival and was nominated for the Young Talent Award during Dutch Design Week. She has assisted artists and filmmakers Amalia Ulman and Pauline Curnier Jardin, and her work was shown before in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Rijeka, and The Hague.


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