Marwa Arsanios will open up the process of her ongoing work, Who is Afraid of Ideology? which looks at various practices that put into question property relations. Through different strategies and ways of working together, feminist organisations and social movements propose new forms of living together that centre land, ecology and feminist politics. Instead of ownership, a relation of usership is proposed. Where do film and image sit in these struggles? And where do film and image sit in relation to property? We will delve into methodologies and tools based on Arsanios' practice as well as on historical examples of collective filmmaking.
This event is presented as part of Song for Many Movements, an ephemeral experiment in which the ground floor of MACBA becomes a stage for encounters, conversations and shared listening. Curated by María Berríos and Sabel Gavaldon.
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