This research project aims to recover, study and contextualize the activity of Equipo Comunicación. The team will be revisited as a fundamental agent in the articulation of an anti-Francoist and proto-democratic cultural field.
The project proposes two main axes of study: A comparative analysis between different artistic centers of the Atlantic axis and a study of the impact that social, cultural and political configurations of this historical period still have today.
Ré.Part aims to open up an innovative field of research on resistance movements since the Second World War, at the intersection of cultural history and visual culture.
The research project aims to clarify the relationship between aesthetics (understood as an anthropologically based theory of sensibility) and ecology throughout modernity.
This project centres around two main axes of study. Firstly, the analysis of the discursive narratives of modernity. Secondly, the study of the influence and the role of these transatlantic configurations in the transition from modernity to post-modernity.
The project Cold Atlantic was a collaborative project funded by the Terra Foundation for American Art, consisting of an international conference at the Reina Sofía Museum and a PhD seminar at the University of Barcelona.