Researcher Julia Ramírez Blanco will give the conference “Utopias of Revolt: Reading activist aesthetics through the lens of the social dream”, Wednesday 18 January, 1 p.m at the Facultad de Geografía e Historia de la Universitat de Barcelona.
It is now possible to read online the last issue of the journal Re-visiones, “Politics of the Image, Fictions of the Common.” Jaime Vindel contributed to the main dossier with his essay “Fictions of the “As Not”: Messianic vocations of the common for a world beyond work and aesthetics.”
This Meeting in Malaga from December 15th to 17th, 2016 develops a forum to discuss researches and projects developed at the intersection between art historical studies, computational technologies and digital media. MoDe(s) is participating with the lecture “Exploring Digital Resources to Map Art, Counterculture and Politics during the Cold War.”
A summary of MoDe(s)’ Research Seminar of November 23rd at the Facultat de Geografía e Historia of the Universitat de Barcelona, dedicated to the notion of canon and its multiple manifestations. Among the topics, Latinamerican modern art, art in the Spanish state over the 1970s, feminist and gender perspectives questioning the canon, and more!
The sound recording of the seminar “Canon(s) in Dispute: the Narratives of Modernity and their Conflicts” (Universitat de Barcelona, 23 November 2016) are now available in our multimedia section.
The first symposium of the PRISME program “Entre sciences et fiction: la critique d’art à l’épreuve des mutations technologiques” (Between sciences and fiction: art criticism proofed by technological mutations), will take place on December 1st, 2016 in Rennes, France, with the participation of MODe(s) and Paula Barreiro López.
The International Conference “One Hundred Years of Cultural Transfer: Barcelona 1888-1992” will take place on November 24, 25 and 26, 2016 at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. MoDe(s) reseachers Paula Barreiro Lopez (IP) and Juliane Debeusscher participate in the panel “Networks and Encounters” (25 Nov.)
Fabiola Martínez Rodríguez will present her research project developped in the framework of MoDe(s) at Saint Louis University Madrid, Thursday 17 November: “Art and politics, politics and art in the cultural battles of the Cold War.”
New audio and video archives are now available in MoDe(s)’ Multimedia section: the keynote by Mark Nash in the framework of the Cold Atlantic seminar, MoDe(s)’ communication at the International Colloquium in Geohumanities…and more!