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“M’esperaria a obrir el Pig quan estigués ple.”

” I would wait to open Pig until it’s full of money.”

 


Firatàrrega, Catalonia – 08/09/2019

” Deixen els diners sense vigilància perquè saben que la gent no serà capaç de posar-se d’acord. Per tant ningú ho obrirà.”
“They can leave the money without supervision as they know that people won’t be able to agree. Nobody will open it.”

Firatàrrega, Catalonia – 07/09/2019
Pigzine: “Que creieu que haurien de fer les persones que obrin el Pig amb els diners?”
Observador/a : “Crec que és un acte molt polèmic. Encara que tingués una idea en la que destinar-ho, no ho obriria ja que em faria por ser jutjada.”
Observador/a 2: “Crec que tothom pensa molt diferent. Cadascú defensa només la seva ideologia. No crec que es pugui arribar a un punt comú.”
Pigzine: “What do you think those who open Pig should do with the money?”
Watcher 1: “I believe it’s a really controversial act. Even if I came up with a proper idea I wouldn’t take the money, as I would feel scared of being judged.”
Watcher 2:” Everyone thinks really different. And as individuals we defend our own ideology. I guess I’ts quite impossible to agree.”

Firatàrrega, Catalonia – 07/09/2019

Pigzine: “Quin creus que és l’objectiu de pigzine?”

Observador/a: “Conscienciar–nos  de diferents realitats socials. Que per exemple aquelles persones de Tàrrega que podrien tenir actualment dificultats per pagar-se el menjar, amb aquests diners podrien rebre una petita ajuda simbòlica. Poden sentir almenys que no estan sols.”

Pigzine: What do you think Pig is about?

Watcher: “Make  people more conscious about diferents social situations. A good example could be a family who had economic problems and with Pig they could at least not feel unwelcome in the community.


Firatàrrega, Catalonia – 07/09/2019

 

 

L’home, des de la distància, li comenta a una noia: “Deixa-ho com ha d’estar. Esto lo ha hecho un creativo. de ser un creativo a ser un imbécil hay una linea muy fina. vámonos.”

Man, from the distance, tells a girl: “Leave it as it should be. This has been done by a creative. Being a creator and being an idiot is a very fine line. Let’s go.”


Firatàrrega, Catalonia – 07/09/2019

“Jo el faria servir per alimentar els nens pobres o malalts, però no tots; només els de famílies que en tinguin pocs, perquè el que no pot ser és anar parint des dels 14 anas i nosaltres pagar-ho tot. També els faria servir per castrar alguns capellans amb unes tisores… cada dia hi ha més violacions per aquí.”

“I would use it to feed poor or sick children, but not all of them. Only those of families that have few children, because what is not okay is to start getting pregnant at 14 years old and we pay for everything. I would also use the money to castrate some priests with scissors … every day there are more violations around here.”


Firatàrrega, Catalonia – 07/09/2019

“Quest porc necessita alcohol

“This Pig needs alcohol


Firatàrrega, Catalonia – 07/09/2019

 “Mama, han tirado basura dentro.”

“Claro, porque la gente es muy guarra.”

“Mum, they have thrown garbage inside.”

“Of course, because the people are very piggy. “


Firatàrrega, Catalonia – 06/09/2019

“Kids is another form of money in our society, you know. Money attracts money.


Firatàrrega, Catalonia – 06/09/2019

“It just becomes a microcosm of what we are all arguing about anyway.


Kelburn Garden Party, Scotland – 07/07/2019