The research project MoDe(s)2 – Decentralized Modernities: Art, Politics and Counterculture in the Transatlantic Axis during the Cold War (part 2) (HAR2017-82755-P) is now in its second phase. MoDe(s)2 is inscribed in the continuity of the first phase MoDe(s) (HAR2014-53834-P) and incorporate new themes and focuses of attention. Among them, MoDe(s)2 proposes to analyze the contribution of the arts in the configuration of multiple collective consciousnesses, to establish a vocabulary of concepts that analyses the semantic turns of artistic and cultural language shaped during the Cold War and still in force today, and to evaluate the role of contemporary artistic and curatorial practices in the critical narration of the social, political, economic and cultural legacies of the Cold War.
Among the news from MoDe(s)2 we should mention the reports on congresses, seminars, workshops and exhibitions that are organized by MoDe(s)2. The reports aim to document the discussions that took place during these activities, as well as being an useful complement to the recording of the events that can be found in the multimedia section.
The reports of the activities are available by clicking on the following titles:
Research Workshop – Critical imaginaries and expanded semantic fields from the Cold War to contemporaneity #2 (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 18 – 19 July 2019) by Juan Albarrán
International Symposium – Transnational solidarities and visual culture: resistance and revolutionary memories from WWII to the Cold War (Université Grenoble Alpes, 24 – 25 June 2019) by Jaime Vindel
International Seminar – Spectres of others ’68: Aesthetic genealogies and Global Activism (Universitat de Barcelona, 9 – 10 January 2019) by Anita Orzes and Pablo Santa Olalla
Seminar – Scenarios, representations and transformations of work in the global world (MACBA, 23 November 2018) by Juliane Debeusscher
International Seminar – Contemporaneity and transition: perspectives form the South of Europe (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 17 October 2018) by Álvaro Giménez Ibáñez
Research Workshop – Critical imaginaries and expanded semantic fields from the Cold War to contemporaneity (Robledo de Chavela, 16-18 July 2018) by Olga Fernández López
Doctoral Workshop – Questioning the great divide(s) during the Cold War: a tool box for a transnational history of art (Universitat de Barcelona, 6 – 7 March 2018) by Kate Domin