The second volume of Desacuerdos turns its attention to concepts like counterhegemony and biopolitics. It is divided into five sections: Banality and biopolitics: the Spanish Transition and the New World Order, the Spanish Government's Cultural Policy Abroad (2000-2004), Aleph, the Web as a Space for Parallel Action, 1969-...,. Feminisms and Collaborative Practices/Grassroots Globalisation, and also includes an interview with Beatriz Preciado.

Desacuerdos is a collaborative effort between institutions, which set out to track the cultural practices, models and counter-models that do not correspond to the dominant structures, policies and practices imposed in Spain since its Transition. The project has created what is at once a critical history of said structures and policies at a moment in history when, although they have been discredited and proved inefficient, they are still being used as models of administration for Arts and Culture.

This book is only available in Spanish.

It could be my bedroom (or something similar to it). Even the same technical characteristics: all the walls and volumes constructed in this module of raw canvas for painters to measure me and measure ourselves.
Pep Agut