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  • Data:
    12 July 2018
    Tipus:
    Ràdio Web MACBA

    Melanie Smith (b. Poole, United Kingdom, 1965) dismantles and ruptures art history in order to generate new associations, stories and questions in the contemporary spectator. Her work alternates and mixes films, photographs, sculptures, assemblages, performances, and installations. And painting runs through all of it. Painting ...

  • Data:
    05 July 2018
    Tipus:
    Ràdio Web MACBA

    At the age of twenty-three, Nicolás Paris (b. Bogotá, 1977) moved to the town of La Macarena in central Colombia to work as a teacher in a rural school where he developed experimental educational techniques. Paris also worked as a baker for a time, drawn to the anarchist tradition of recovering traditional trades. After these ...

  • Data:
    28 June 2018
    Tipus:
    Ràdio Web MACBA

    Time signals and radio taxis are some of the discreet expressions of radio that have disappeared from our everyday soundscape, with us barely registering when or why they have ceased to be broadcast. The internet and, more recently, digital audio broadcasting (DAB), are changing radio as we knew it. As a result, we are unconsciously ...

  • Data:
    20 June 2018
    Tipus:
    Ràdio Web MACBA

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

  • Data:
    18 June 2018
    Tipus:
    Ràdio Web MACBA

    SON[I]A #263 Emilio Santiago Muiño

    Emilio Santiago Muiño

    Working simultaneously in various fields such as academia, social movements, and public policy, Emilio Santiago Muiño (b. Ferrol, 1984) studies and supports social processes involved in transitioning to ecological sustainability. His research is based on evidence of a growing energy shortage that will force Western societies to ...

  • Data:
    12 June 2018
    Tipus:
    Ràdio Web MACBA

    AMOQA (Athens Museum of Queer Arts) is a hybrid, self-organized platform for the research and promotion of arts and studies on sexuality and gender, operating in Greece since 2016. With a queer and transfeminist agenda, AMOQA springs from the fragility woven by networks of affects and intimacy. Simply by calling itself a museum, ...

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