House of Giants

Australian Fintan Magee painted on three sides of the silo, two of the local social workers and one
members of Laborvalía who works with them. It’s another example of the inclusion of people with
disabilities who have again actively participated in the artistic intervention on the silo.

Titanes is a project to promote social inclusion through art by creating a public art museum of top international artists on silos in the province of Ciudad Real.

The artist Okuda San Miguel and his Ink and Movement team will once again work with the Laborvalía association to support the integration of people with disabilities in society and in the workplace. This is the big idea behind Titanes, one of the biggest artistic initiatives for social inclusion carried out to date. More than 450 members of Laborvalía will participate in the project, sharing different activities with the artists.
Backed by the Provincial Government of Ciudad Real, Titanes aims to be exemplary in making progress through art and to pay homage to all those who work day after day to make social inclusion a reality.

Created on May 15, 2019
Cdad., 13640, 13640 Herencia, Cdad. Real, Spain
Hunted by Tim Marschang.
Pictures by Rivera & Donas.

Marker details

Date created2019-05-15T22:00:00.000Z
Camera usedNikon D750
Marker typeartwork