Dates: 29 November, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 December
Format: Performative and sound exhibition-archive
Venue: A circuit of indoor and outdoor spaces at MACBA (Plaça dels Àngles, Capella) and nearby areas of the Raval South
Production: Students from the 2012-2013 edition of the Independent Studies Programme (PEI)
ACTS OF SPEECH. ORAL MUSEUM OF THE REVOLUTION
Thursday 5 and Saturday 7 December, from 7 pm onwards
Capella MACBA and other spaces
Free admission. Visitors are advised to bring a mobile device or a torch.
With the participation of Michael Roberson, Javier Peñafiel, Nadia Granados «La Fulminante», Pedro Costa, Jaume Ferrete, Antonio Centeno, PostOp, Quimera Rosa, Lucrecia Masson, Virginie Despentes, Mount Zion Soldiers and Rut Castells, among others.
From 29 November to 5 December, a series of workshops will be held as part of a strategy to prepare the acts of speech, actions and performances based on the Oral Museum of the Revolution archive.
Free activities. Limited places. Bookings at pei [at] macba [dot] cat
Manifesto / I declare
Friday 29 November and Monday 2 December, from 6.30 to 8 pm
Room 1, MACBA Study Centre
Bodily, functional, sexual and gender diversity workshop
Monday 2 December, from 4 pm to 8 pm
Tuesday 3 December, from 12 am to 10 pm
Room 0, MACBA
Knitting Listening, Knitting Speech
Balaclava knitting and screen printing workshop
Friday 29 November and Monday 2 December, from 10 am to 2 pm
Room 0, MACBA
Go Oral! An OMR workshop
Led by Javier Peñafiel
Tuesday 3 December, from 5 to 8 pm
Wednesday 4 December, from 5 to 8 pm
Ballroom has something to say about human beings and the struggle for freedom
Masterclass on vogue-análisis with Michael Roberson
Thursday 5 December, from 7 to 9 pm
THE FUNK LESSONS: RELOADED
Saturday 7 December, from 9 pm onwards
It is an online project made up of various acts of speech that will be played on numerous free, community, and cooperative radio stations in cities in Spain, Mexico, Columbia, Chile, Argentina, Bolivia and Brazil.
Participating artists: Alejandra Egido, Chispilla Tronik, Cintia Mendonça / Lisa Kori Chung, Colectivo Anarco Funk, Gustavo Melo Cerqueira, Julia Cartier Bresson + Camila Bastos, Jeimy Martínez, La Multisectorial Invisible, María Eugenia Garza, Mujeres Públicas (feminist visual activism group, Argentina), Teatro de operações, Transcocho Cimarrón.
A DIY device on wheels that moves through different parts of the museum, the square and the streets of the Raval to collect, record and broadcast acts of speech.
It is a radio network and the recipient of exchanges. Radio stations are invited to use the sound archive of the portable MOR to generate and exchange content such as podcasts, software, music and sound material that interweave the contents of MOR with the work of each radio station.
These devices can be consulted in the project website: www.morpei.org.
Listening and recording station
Located in the MACBA Hall, the listening and recording station allows museum visitors to listen to the manifestos and acts of speech and record their own statements.