Santiago Ayerbe is a visual artist passionate about people, their trades, relationships and art of course. He started his days as a plastic artist taking his creative exploration towards the visual arts and advertising, however it is difficult to pigeonhole him into a single discipline because he also works as a cultural manager, visual and musical curator.
He is one of the creators of the Yaveria Festival, a winning project of a grant from the Ministry of Culture, which has become a space for emerging bands and projects that seek to circulate and make themselves known. The festival has been responsible for providing scenarios for knowledge exchange, workshops on different topics and presentation of creative interdisciplinary audio-visual projects.
We wanted to interview him so that from his perspective he tells us what he thinks about art, entrepreneurship, management and culture.
"Art must somehow be the space of freedom before the economic system. Although this one today is who gives it shape, and is closer to market behavior, marketing and consumption. It must be the exit, before these neoliberal movements. The response and resistance to this event. "