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A reading group to accompany the event Expanded Choreography. Situations, Movements, Objects… The group will include a close reading and discussion of relevant texts by some of the speakers at the conference.

Organised by: Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), Mercat de les Flors and Fundació Antoni Tàpies.

Conducted by: Yaiza Hernández, head of Public Programmes at MACBA; Xavier Le Roy, choreographer; Joaquim Pujol, co-curator of Secció Irregular at Mercat de les Flors; Laurence Rassel, director of the Fundació Antoni Tàpies.

Xavier Le Roy "Retrospective", 2012

Programme

26 January, 9 and 23 February, 8 and 22 March, from 6.30 pm and to 8.30 pm.

Texts:
26 January
Dorothea von Hantelmann, 'Introduction' from How to do Things with Art, JRP Ringier, 2010

9 February
Maria Lind, "RSVP, or: 'What Rhythm, Scale and Format Can do with Art?' from Selected Writings, Sternberg Press, 2010.

23 February
Bojana Cvejić, 'Xavier Le Roy's Research of Research. Two case-studies: Self-Unfinished and Untitled'from Cairon: Revista de ciencias de la danza, n. 13, 2010.

8 March
Matthew Fuller: Luciana Parisi Interview.

22 March
Graham Harman: Object-Oriented Philosophy. A: "Prince of Networks: Bruno Latour and Metaphysics" (Pages 151-228).

More information:

MACBA Public Programs
Tel. (+34) 93 481 46 81
programespublics [at] macba [dot] cat

Fundació Antoni Tàpies
Tel. (+34) 93 487 03 15
museu [at] ftapies [dot] com

Mercat de les Flors


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