Kokovoko exhibition on TV News

Telenoticies comarques Lleida from TV3 included today a short report about Jordi V. Pou Kokovoko.info exhibition in Lleida.



See full program video on TV3 site  

Slideluck Potshow Barcelona

A video with images from Jordi V. Pou Kokovoko project was one of the selected to be included in Slideluck Potshow event in Barcelona on Saturday March 31st, at the Centre Civic Patí Llimona.


You can see the video on SlideLuck Potshow website ( Barcelona VI section) or in Vimeo



“Slideluck Potshow returns to Barcelona in its sixth edition. Once again, Slideluck Posthow returns to Barcelona, in collaboration with PICS and Barcelona Photobloggers. Saturday March 31st at 8:00pm we will meet again for an evening of good photography and better food.”


Some info from Slideluck Potshow site :


“Slideluck Potshow (SLPS) is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to building and strengthening community through food and art.  SLPS operates multimedia slideshows combined with potluck dinners in about forty cities around the world.  For each event, artists submit up to five minutes worth of images and guests bring along delicious food to share. 


As much as SLPS celebrates physically bringing people together, there is also a emphasis on connecting people online, from one community to the next.  With few exceptions, all of the work that is presented on the big screen will be archived on this website, so once an artist shows work at a SLPS, they automatically engage our larger, global community.


Recently named as one of the “NewYork100” most innovative, rule-breaking, model-changing, ideas to come out of the Big Apple, Slideluck strives to find innovative ways to collaborate with like-minded individuals, organizations, and festivals.  In NYC, a massive outreach is taking place to the urban agricultural and foodie community, and a pending attempt was even made to claim The Guinness Book of World Records for the Largest Potluck on Earth.  In Los Angeles, SLPS just put together a show that focused exclusively on women’s issues and in Stockholm, on World Environment Day, Slideluck did a show with our planet as the theme.


Slideluck Potshow has had the pleasure of working with a number of the world’s most influential and prestigious galleries, museums, foundations and art fairs.  Participating artists have included:  Chuck Close, Spencer Tunick, Gregory Crewdson, Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, Shepard Fairey, Nadav Kander, Edward Burtynsky and Elliott Erwitt.  Slideluck Potshow has also been reported on by a number of major news outlets, including: The New York Times, Bloomberg TV, The Washington Post,Brazilian VOGUE, WNYC, GOOD Magazine, Photo District News, Mashable, The Chicago Tribune, Popular Photography Magazine, Cool Hunting, Zink Magazine andThe New Yorker.”


Kokovoko featured in TerradeNingu.com

Jordi V. Pou’s Kokovoko project is featured as an exhibition in prestigious photography blog TerradeNingu.com


Together with a blog entry there’s an exhibition section with images, link to the IEI exhibition catalog, and a video. This video produced by TerradeNingú is already in Vimeo.


TV art program “NIUS” visits Lleida

March 18th Art program “NIUS”, aired by XTVL in Catalonia, was about culture in Lleida. Includes an interview with Jordi V. Pou, in IEI just before Kokovoko opening, and in his studio.


Program features also Jordi V. Pou Kokovoko site in an special section.


“Nius” represents a trip search for culture following the track left by an imaginary bird. In their visit to Lleida they included El Museu de Lleida, Jordi V. Pou and La Panera art center. More info about the program at their blog, Nius.


See Jordi feature between minutes 9:57 to 16:07 

Nius en Xarxa : Kokovoko

TV art program “NIUS” has a section called network which on March 18th program presented a report about Jordi V. Pou‘s Kokovoko.info site. “Nius” is produced by XTVL and it’s viewable in all Catalonia or online.


Latitudes exhibition on TV news

Interview by Emergent Photography Festival

On occasion of Jordi V. Pou conference included in the “Nice to meet you” sessions in Emergent Photography and Visual Arts International Festival a video interview was recorded by the festival media. This is the video of the interview in Catalan.