FROM 13 TO 16 MARCH
Venue: MACBA various spaces
Admission: Free. Advance booking required.
Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 March, 4.00 to 8.00 pm
Simultaneous workshops with artists and collectives on writing protocols, building mobile artefacts and developing digital projects from an analogue perspective, with La Agencia (collective, Colombia), Luz Broto (artist, Barcelona), Nicolas Floc’h (artist, France), Makea Tu Vida (Barcelona), Isabelle Saussol (founder of the Pause Photo Prose project from the Rencontres de photographie d’Arles) and Christine Vidal (Ersilia platform, Le Bal, France).
Thursday 14 March, noon to 2.00 pm
A professional meeting based on a device designed as part of the Permea master’s course at the University of Valencia. This session aims to share material from the report on research into Mobile Learning, Artefacts and Resources prepared by Jara Blanco and Julieta Dentone for Allez!, which studies the state of the art, investigates its history and imagines possible connections.
Friday 15 March, 12.30 to 8.00 pm
12.30 pm Public presentation of the conclusions of the working groups on mobile devices, peripatetic practices and itinerant museums that brought together professionals invited by the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation and MACBA. Led by Mercedes Álvarez, Judit Vidiella and Manuela Zechner.
2.00 pm Lunch break
4.00 pm Presentation by Pablo Martínez, head of programmes at MACBA, and Isabelle Le Galo, director for Spain at the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation.
4.30 pm Talk by Estelle Zhong Mengual, art historian.
5.30 pm Roundtable on artefacts and expanded education with Ingrid Brochard, Dani Medina, Lluís Noguer and Ramon Parramon, moderated by Judit Vidiella.
6.45 pm Break
7.00 pm Roundtable on institutions and the masses with María Acaso, Rufino Ferreras, Fanny Figueras and María Inés Rodríguez, moderated by Pablo Martínez.
ALLEZ! IN THE SQUARE
Saturday 16 March, 11 am to 6 pm
Open workshops and activation of mobile educational projects aimed at the general public. In the company of Colors de Monstre from Tombs Creatius, La C.O.S.A., La Fanzinoteca Ambulant, La Premsa Menuda, Puck Cinema Caravana and Soundcool, among others.