Eskuz Esku means "hand to hand" in Basque.
This mural is a part of a mural group comprised of 2 facades and a mosaic mural on the lower portion of both. The composition of the 3 elements is brought together by the use of a common symbol: the hand.
Hands are the tools to we use to express music, art and work. In this mural, the hand makes music and moves to the beat of artistic culture. The mural recalls the neighborhood's intense rock and punk musical history of the 80s and 90s.
Elena Dominguez Vega, Miren Ulibarri, Wladimir Cossio Vahos, Edurne Aguinaco Diaz de Durana, Sibidibi Bambara, Zuriñe Cancho Guerrero, Carmen Ortiz de Mendivil Gambra, Nadia Beltrán de Lubiano Santamaría.
Asier Cantabrana Lacuesta, Itsaso Garrido Montiel, Iñigo López de Sosoaga Laconcha, Paula Navascues Berrotaran
Can over 50, from all walks of life, people get together to create a public work of art in their city? What a great responsibility! What a great challenge to overcome together!
We invite you to witness the transformation of space and people, individuals and society. This videos was created in a mini filmmaking-workshop directed by Astrid Oster and Aitor García Gilete, with the participation 3 youth employees: Leyre Bermeosolo Bidasolo, Joel Pérez Bruña, e Itsaso Perales Barrón.