Eva Rowson. How to imagine una musea?

Un programa pública experimental que intenta imaginar el museo desde una practica transfeminista ‘Cómo imaginar una musea?’ takes place en several momentos during November 2017 in espacios diferentes across Barcelona siguiendo una logica anti-institucional. Este proyecto quiere imaginar una institución museística como una institución femenina, basada en multiple ejes: hospitality, work, collaboration, embodied knowledges, practice, economics, and…

[Bio] Eva Rowson

Eva Rowson is an organiser, producer, artist and curator. Her work is organised around questions of how we work together, how we host each other and how we build organisations. She was an associate artist on the pilot year of Open School East and has worked in art collectives including Black Dogs, Bare Plume, Wish…

[Bio] Simon Asencio

Simon Asencio ( b. 1988 France) holds a BA in Soft Sculpture and a MFA from the HEAR- Haute École des Arts du Rhin, Strasbourg, and graduated from SNDO- School for New Dance Development, Amsterdam. The practice of Simon addresses invisible choreographies, often using substitution and aporia as means to develop, circulate and present his work.…

OPEN BAR

Wednesday 13 September, 7-9pm Calle València 72, 4th-3rd, Barcelona BAR new residents Simon Asencio and Eva Rowson invite you to inaugurate The Bar. The Bar will open its door with cocktails, presentations of sorts by the hosts and liquid encounters to be determined with the guests. Eva Rowson (1985, United Kingdom) is an organiser, producer and curator. Her work is…

Boustrophēdón

Opening: Tuesday, 20 June, 2017 at 7pm Exhibition dates: 21 June – 23 July, 2017 Fabra i Coats – Contemporary Art Centre, Barcelona Carrer Sant Adrià, 20, (Sant Andreu, 08030-Barcelona) Tuesday 20 June 8pm Karaoke Night – Britney sings Deleuze, Tali Serruya in collaboration with Gian Spina Tuesday 27 June 6.30pm The artist Cecile B. Evans introduces her most recent…

[Bio] Florencia Portocarrero

(Lima, 1981) is a researcher, writer and independent curator. She obtained her BA in clinical psychology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, where she also received her MA in Psychoanalytical Theory. During the 2012/2013 Portocarrero participated in de ‘Appel Curatorial Programme’ in Amsterdam and recently she completed a MA in Contemporary Art Theory at…

[Bio] Mónica Restrepo

(Bogotá, 1982) lives and works in Cali (Colombia). She studied at the Fine Arts School in Cali and participated at the Postgraduate program in the Fine Arts school in Lyon and the Homework Space Program in Beirut. Among her recent exhibitions: Surface Matters, Glassbox (Paris); Flor o Florero, Galería Jenny Vilá (Cali); Room for doubt,…

Supersimétrica

Chamberí Metro Station (Andén 0) 23-25 February 2017, Madrid     BAR project participates in Supersimétrica showing toolests proposals, the five participants of the new practice-based training program BAR TOOL #0 2016-2017, articulated around research, production and presentation processes. Tali Serruya y Ibai Hernandorena, “Cada vez son más los artistas que sueñan con hacerse ricos y que pueden enriquecerse. Es…

[Bio] Valerio Del Baglivo

is an independent curator, educator and perennial collaborator based in London. He attended Curatorlab, an independent curatorial course at Konstfack University (2011), and is now completing a PhD program at Middlesex University with research focusing on public engagement and experimental pedagogy in self-initiated art institutions. He was the curator at the Isola Art Center in…

[Bio] Dorothée Dupuis

curator and editor. Her practice focuses mainly on the intersection of the arts and politics, influenced by feminist, Marxist and postcolonial theories. Dupuis is Terremoto.mx magazine founder, based in Mexico City, where she currently works as director and editor. She is also co-director of the feminist magazine Petunia with Lili Reynaud Dewar and Valérie Chartrain.…

[Bio] Gelen Jeleton

Develops her artistic practice with Jesús Arpal Moya in Equipo Jeleton* since 1999. She studied Fine Arts in the University of Cuenca and graduated in the Department of Drawing of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona in Symbolism Renaissance and Alchemy. She moves this knowledges implementing them to her doctoral thesis project Una Archiva…

Curator talk: Inés Katzenstein, Dorothée Dupuis and Gelen Jeleton

Monday 27th February, 7pm Aula 0, MACBA, Barcelona     A public conversation among the director of Terremoto art magazine (MX) Dorothée Dupuis, the director of Instituto Torcuato di Tella de Buenos Aires, Inés Katzenstein and the artist Gelen Jeleton. Dorothée Dupuis (1980, Paris) curator and editor. Her practice focuses mainly on the intersection of the arts…

[Bio] Inés Katzenstein

Directora fundadora del Departamento de Arte de la Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. Recibió una maestría del Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York (2001), donde estudió gracias a una beca de la Fundación Antorchas y el Fondo Nacional de las Artes. Escribió extensamente sobre arte contemporáneo y curó exposiciones como Liliana Porter: Fotografía y…

[Bio] Ina Hagen

Artist and writer based in Oslo. She holds a BFA from the National Academy of Art, Oslo (2014). Currently she writes for the Scandinavian online art journal kunstkritikk.no. She has exhibited at: INCA, Seattle (Solo); Tidens Krav, Oslo; Kunsthall Charlottenborg, Copenhagen; Podium, Oslo; Kurant Visningsrom, Tromsø; among others. Her work is part of the permanent…

[Bio] Daisuke Kosugi

Artist and filmmaker based in Oslo. He studied law and political science at Rikkyo University in Tokyo and worked as a risk consultant at an insurance company in Japan for several years. After moving to Oslo, he graduated in Fine Arts from the National Academy of Arts in Oslo. His work was shown at the 11th…

Daisuke Kosugi

Artista y cineasta que vive y trabaja en Oslo. Estudió Derecho y Ciencias Políticas en la Universidad Rikkyo de Tokio y trabajó como consultor de riesgos en una compañía de seguros en Japón durante varios años. Después de mudarse a Oslo, se licenció en Bellas Artes en la Academia Nacional de Artes de Oslo. Su…

Public Manifestations of Affect (Publication)

Manifestaciones Públicas de Afecto is a digital publication that reclaims the importance of incorporating an affective dimension to the public sphere that psychoanalysis and feminism have historically made; investigating its possibilities to function as a space of resistance against the policies of neoliberal subjectivation. Avoiding idealizations and recognizing that affects can also have a normalizing…

Manifestaciones públicas de afecto (Publicación)

Manifestaciones Públicas de Afecto es una publicación digital que reivindica la importancia de incorporar la dimensión afectiva a la vida pública que históricamente han hecho el psicoanálisis y el feminismo; indagando sobre sus posibilidades de funcionar como un espacio de resistencia frente a las políticas de subjetivación neoliberal. Evitando caer en idealizaciones y reconociendo que los…

BAR International Symposium*: “Making Public Program”

20-24 March 2017 With: Eva Rowson (Showroom, London), Pablo Martínez (MACBA, Barcelona), Santiago Villanueva (Mamba, Buenos Aires), Leire Vergara (Bulegoa, Bilbao), Helmut Batista (Capacete, Rio de Janeiro), Elise Lammer (SALTS, Basel), Daniel Blanga-Gubbay (Aleppo, Brussels), Karima Boudou (Appartement22, Rabat), Equipo Palomar (artists, Barcelona), Josep Maynou (artist, Berlin), Florencia Portacarrero (curator, Lima), Kroot Juurak & Alex Bailey (performers, Wien), BAR TOOLests (Julia Gorostidi, Tali Serruya, Enea Cabanes, Alejandra Avilés, Ibai Hernandorena)…

BAR module: Summer Guthery & Alfredo Aracil

Thursday 12th January, 6pm Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona Visiting curators Summer Guthery (JOAN, Los Angeles) and Alfredo Aracil (Sala de Arte Joven 2017, Madrid) will talk about their curatorial practice and on-going projects. Summer Guthery is a curator and writer based in Los Angeles. She is the founder and director of non-for-profit exhibition space, JOAN, she was curator in LAXART and…