In 2011 the artists Carlos Albalá and Ignasi López created Proyecto BSide, with the aim to explore the territory and urban development through practices of investigations performances, cultural exchanges and independent and and self-managed publications. Drawing inspiration from uroboros, the symbolic snake swalloing its tail and thus forming a circle without beginning or end, the project Ouroboro. Codice para un hilo circular (Ouroboros. Codex for a circular thread, 2013) intended to offer a collaborative happening of analysis of the territory and its mapping, through artists’ residences at La Fragua (an art center located in the cloister nunnery of Santa Clara de Belalcazar, located north of Cordoba, near the border between Andalusia and Extremadura), workshops, discussions, actions in public spaces, exhibitions and the publication of a twisting book, an endless journey in ceaseless run, an intimate and concurrently shared stroll within a territory experienced by the participating artists (Ignasi López, Carlos Albalá, Pilar Barrionuevo, Gerard Boyer, David Flores, Marcos Isabel and Juanan Requena). The project was achieved thanks to a crowd-funding. On display are, from the collection of Artphilein Foundation, the collaborative work of the aforesaid artists, with the driving and accompanying words of this project and the artist book Ouroboro. Códice para a hilo circular.