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The subalterns speak, we discover television; we sharpen our eyes and prick up our ears and listen to groups in danger of exclusion. Before us are the hypnotic performances of Sigalit Landau and the secret images of Osvaldo Lamborghini.

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  • Nobody who is interested in issues of gender, race or class can ignore the provocative thesis that the Indian thinker Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak formulates in her text "Can the Subaltern Speak?" which sparked a heated debate that still continues today: Manuel Asensi Pérez, who translated the text, ...

  • The exhibition Invocable Reality explores possible perspectives on reality from art practices through a selection of works by eleven artists from different backgrounds and generations. The works in Invocable Reality approach reality in a subtle way. They start from the ‘here and now’ of the reality ...

  • To complement the project Are you Ready for TV?, which offers an unusual reading of the relationship between television as a medium on one hand, and art and philosophy on the other, a new trilingual (Catalan, Spanish and English) digital publication has been launched. It will be published in ...

  • Eugeni Bonet (Barcelona, 1954) is undoubtedly one of the main theoretical referents in the fields of cinema, video and digital media in Spain. For forty years his writings have shown the evolution of these disciplines, establishing genealogies, working methods and the links between four different ...

  • Before Our Eyes is a project started in 2000, when the Moroccan curator Abdellah Karroum began organising the Expéditions du bout du monde, a travel programme that brought about exchanges between local and international artists in the Rif, a region hitherto devoid of structures for contemporary art. ...

  • Since 2004, artist Antoni Abad has developed a series of innovative, geographically diverse, multidisciplinary and socially committed projects designed to fit the needs of different human groups at risk of social exclusion. megafone.net invites these groups to express their experiences and opinions ...

  • Sigalit Landau, who began her artistic career in the nineties, reinterprets her sculptural works through the use of the body in performances in front of the camera. Here, she works repeatedly with symbols, images, places and narratives as therapeutic representations of the wounds caused by her ...

  • Osvaldo Lamborghini (Buenos Aires, 1940; Barcelona, 1985) is one of the most unique and fascinating writers of contemporary Argentinean literature. During his lifetime he only published three books – El fiord (1969), Sebregondi retrocede (1973) and Poemas (1980) – and, posthumously, Novelas y ...

  • The third issue of Índex features collaborations by the Director of MACBA's Independent Studies Programme (PEI) Xavier Antich, the artistic director and co-founder of the Cinémathèque de Tanger Yto Barrada, the curator, writer and Associate Professor and Vice-Director of the Museu de Arte ...

  • The second issue of Índex features collaborations by the writer, teacher and media-activist Franco Berardi, the art historian, critic and curator Nataša Ilić, the editor of the magazine Chus Martínez, the philosopher and writer Reza Negarestani, the artistic collective The Otolith Group and the ...

  • The first issue of Índex focuses on the question of artistic research, which it places at the heart of the Museum’s current concerns. To this aim this issue features collaborations by Bartomeu Marí, director of MACBA, the philosopher Christoph Menke, the editor of the magazine Chus Martínez, the ...

  • Pep Duran (Vilanova i la Geltrú, 1955) has always worked with scenography, a practice that has allowed him to develop proposals and projects focused on a particular way of understanding construction, representation and space. Duran's A Chain of Events, an installation specifically created for the ...

  • La ronda is the title given by Morocco-born French artist Latifa Echakhch to the project she conceived for La Capella MACBA, an exhibition consisting of three installations: Eivissa (2010), Gaya (E102) 5, Vitrail (2010) and Fantasia (2010). Like most of Echakhch's oeuvre, these works have their ...

  • The artist Armando Andrade Tudela has created three works as part of the new policy of promoting the production of projects from – not in – the Capella MACBA . They are two films, originally shot on 16mm, and a section of wall comprising of a large panel of perforated hardboard and five pieces of ...