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  • Data:
    03 June 2017
    Tipus:
    Lectures

    Let’s talk about… understands exhibitions as powerful devices that activate the imagination and generate discourses that often exceed those anticipated by the institution or preconceived by the curatorial team. In Let’s talk about…, artists, thinkers and various agents, together with the visitors, activate exhibitions from concrete ...

  • Data:
    17 May 2017
    Tipus:
    Lectures

    SON[I]A #239 Miren Etxezarreta

    Miren Etxezarreta

    In this SON[I]A, Miren Etxezarreta dismantles the false myth of the pensions crisis and explores new financing strategies. She also analyses the cooptation dynamics of neoliberalism, the recent rise of the right, and the crisis of the left, and discusses new citizen action strategies. Ràdio web MACBA Check out more information ...

  • Data:
    17 May 2017
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    Ràdio Web MACBA

    We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Zach Blas that we were unable to include the first time around.

  • Data:
    17 May 2017
    Tipus:
    Lectures

    We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Miren Etxezarreta that we were unable to include the first time around. Ràdio web MACBA Check out more information about the audio. This program is a Ràdio web MACBA production.

  • Data:
    03 May 2017
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    Ràdio Web MACBA

    In FONS ÀUDIO #47, Andrea Fraser comments the work 'Little Frank and His Carp', in the MACBA Collection, which registered her performance in the atrium of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in 2001. Wearing a short green dress and black high heels, the artist moves through the interior of the building, one that is emblematic of nineties’ ...

  • Data:
    03 May 2017
    Tipus:
    Lectures
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    • Compartir Guided Tour to the 'Forensic Architecture. Towards an Investigative Aesthetics' exhibition by Anna Cerdà

    Audio of the guided tour to the Forensic Architecture. Towards an Investigative Aesthetics exhibition. By Anna Cerdà, assistant curator. Forensic Architecture examines how public truth is produced, technologically, architecturally and aesthetically; how it can be used to confront state propaganda and secrets; and how to expose ...