Street art intervention that gathers artists and teenagers to create graffiti murals in the streets of Barcelona.
Baró de Viver, a traditionally working class neighborhood in Barcelona, suffers from crime and drugs. “Graffiti 2.0” aims to recover its degraded urban spaces by involving its residents. Street art is a way for the young inhabitants of this sensitive area to express their creativity and offers the community the means to regain ownership over their environment.
“Graffiti 2.0” has been promoted by the Barcelona City Council. I managed this project and I created the educational and audiovisual components of the workshops.