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Koldo Mitxelena wrote that “the true mystery of Euskera (the Basque language) lies in its survival, not in its origin,” and it is precisely that mystery that is at the core of this exhibition: the survival of Euskera.
A language survives if it has speakers, if it is learnt, if it is taught, if it is appealing and if it is entertaining. That’s why Euskera has survived, but what does the future hold for it within today’s multilingual context?
Starting from this idea, Badu, Bada offers an area to reflect on and debate about the survival of languages, the multilingual world and coexistence between languages.
In its complete format, the exhibition consists of 10 areas: Voices; Codes; Living Language; Euskera in a Multilingual World; the Survival of Euskera; the People of Euskera; Using, loving, learning, teaching; Enjoying, playing; Coexistence of Languages; Farewell(s).
All these areas are the ones that were previously able to be visited, for instance, at the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastián. However, without moving place, Badu, Bada can also be visited online, as this same website exhibition.
Badu, Bada is a thought-provoking and participative exhibition. That’s why Zure ahotsa is the place where visitors can leave their opinion, criticism or thoughts. Badubadatzen also brings together all those activities that enrich and round off the experience that visiting the exhibition entails.
Badu, Bada was inaugurated and put on display for the first time at the San Telmo Museum (from 16th November 2012 to 17th February 2013). However, it was originally conceived as an itinerant exhibition, which is why it will move from place to place in the future.