'The Path is Not the Path.’ Around the pedagogical poetics of the School of Valparaíso'
Learning to imagine oneself. Lecture by María Berríos
On the Pacific coast of South America half a century ago, a small school of architecture argued that pedagogy is nothing more than ‘the human joy of talking to one another’. A group of poet-architects encouraged their students to go out and tour the city under the premise that architecture cannot be learned in a classroom, but by participating in the life of the city.
'Austerity and Utopia' is the first in a series looking at other potential narratives for mapping our current landscape through redefining the social, political and economic terms of engagement.
Edited by L'Internationale Online With contents by Nav Haq, Pablo Martínez and Corina Oprea, Emilio Santiago Muíño, Athena Athanasiou, Fran MM Cabeza de Vaca, Max Haiven, Miguel A. López, Marwa Arsanios and Ayesha Hameed.
Christian Marclay presented a new staging in the Capella MACBA of his most recent work, "Investigations" (2018). It reflects Marclay’s interest in photography and the non-traditional use of classical instruments.