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  • Resumen de “Errar Europa: Caminar como práctica de resistencia”

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    Errar Europa: Caminar como práctica de resistencia

    Seminario dirigido por Antonio Ruiz Montesinos y Eduardo Hurtado
    con la participación de Joan Pere i Font, Ricardo Horcajada y la presentación del proyecto “Correspondencias desde Eyjafjallajökull”

    FACULTAD DE BELLAS ARTES
    UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID
    Viernes 4 y sábado 5 de mayo de 2012

    El programa ERRAR EUROPA: CAMINAR COMO PRÁCTICA DE RESISTENCIA es una propuesta surgida a partir del proyecto “Correspondencias desde Eyjafjallajökull” que tiene como objetivo proporcionar herramientas de análisis crítico sobre Europa a partir del acto de caminar. El programa se articula en torno a una serie de actividades de discusión y debate que pretenden reflexionar en torno al modelo institucional europeo. Las acciones se dividen en tres partes, distribuidas en dos sesiones de trabajo: un seminario, un proyecto de selección bibliográfica + reader y una salida / acción / caminata en la que se discutirá de forma intermitente sobre los contenidos propuestos. Partiendo del concepto de “caminar” como gesto de resistencia queremos plantear de forma abierta la posibilidad de repensar nuestra posición ideológica como creadores e investigadores desde formas improductivas y reflexivas de acción.

    La primera parte del programa, bajo la forma de seminario, servirá para plantear algunas de las cuestiones que durante los dos últimos años se han estado trabajando en el grupo “Correspondencias desde Eyjafjallajökull” (acciones y planteamientos de deriva), presentar el resultado de ese proceso de trabajo en forma de publicación (Montañaislaglaciar) y abrir el debate a partir de una mesa redonda sobre el estado actual de la cuestión europea. La sesión terminará con el reparto y lectura rápida del “reader” de textos que propondremos como armazón de trabajo del proyecto y la apertura pública de una exposición / selección bibliográfica en la Facultad de Bellas Artes de la UCM. La elección de textos de este “reader” pretende poner en relación diferentes prácticas que han tomado el caminar como forma de resistencia hacia los contextos sociopolíticos donde se daban lugar y como forma de construir nuevas realidades: derivas situacionistas, el flâneur o los movimientos Wandervögel.

    Al día siguiente propondremos a todos los participantes a realizar una acción de deriva, partiendo del centro de Madrid con el objetivo de construir, mediante el caminar, un gesto colectivo sobre el que ampliaremos la reflexión en torno a los textos repartidos. Una sesión al aire libre que pretende eliminar el formato habitual de seminario.

    PROGRAMA:

    Viernes 4 de Mayo. Aula 118 B y vestíbulo de la biblioteca (Facultad de Bellas Artes UCM)

    18.00-20:00h:
    Mesas del vestíbulo de la Biblioteca.

    15.30 CHARLA.
    Experiencias del proyecto “Correspondencias desde Eyjafjallajökull”.

    16.00 PRESENTACIÓN.
    Presentación del libro MONTAÑAISLAGLACIAR.

    17.00 MESA REDONDA.
    ¿A dónde vamos con Europa? con Ricardo Horcajada y Joan Pera Plaza i Font.

    18.00 ENTREGA READER.
    “Caminar como práctica de resistencia” y visita comentada del proyecto-exposición bibliográfico que se instalará en la en las mesas del vestíbulo.

    Sábado 5 de Mayo. (Lugar por determinar)

    11.30 GRUPO DE LECTURA CAMINADA.
    Caminar como práctica de resistencia.
    Esta actividad dará comienzo en un punto designado el viernes por la tarde y durará toda la jornada del sábado. Los participantes deberán llevar calzado cómodo, comida y agua para una jornada de caminata. El recorrido propuesto no será definitivo.

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    Presentación dentro de “La noche de los libros”

    Como parte del programa de La noche de los libros 2012 presentamos se presenta Montañaislaglaciar la noche del 23 de Abril dentro del espacio dedicado a publicaciones de Rampa.

    En esta exhibición podremos ver también el documental de Haukur Már Helgason, Ge9n. Tomando como punto de referencia las revueltas políticas y sociales acaecidas en los últimos años en Islandia, Ge9n presenta de manera colectiva diferentes visiones sobre la crisis económica y cómo está afectado a la situación actual en el país.

    Para completar la exhibición se mostrará Mamelucos I (Goya 1808 – Tahrir 2011) uno de los últimos trabajado de Jose Luis Bongore, en las que señala las similitudes visuales entre la pintura de Francisco de Goya El dos de mayo de 1808 y una fotografía tomada por Ben Curtis en la plaza Tahrir el 2 de febrero de 2011.

    Dónde: c/Fuenlabrada 9 (metro M. de Vadillo)
    Cuándo: lunes 23 Abril a las 20h
    Cuánto: entrada libre

    Mountainislandglacier @ Motto Berlin. 30.03.2012

    Friday 30 March 2012: Broken Dimanche Press @ Motto Berlin

    Book presentation, in presence of the editors
    Start 7pm

    Mountainislandglaciar

    By Carlos Fernåndez-Pello, Javier Fresneda, Eduardo Hurtado, Regina de Miguel, Antonio R. Montesinos, Lorenzo Sandoval (Eds.)

    With Contributions from: Pavla Ascher, Santiago Eraso, Juan Freire, Emanuele Guidi, John Holten, Nicolas Malevé, Markus Miessen, Laurence Rassel, Alan Pauls, Maria Ptqk, Urzsula Wozniak

    Artist’s catalogue / Anthology
    Spanish/English dual editions
    190 pages
    ISBN: 978-3-943196-01-6

    After a game-changing year when Europe, in all its tangible and intangible consequences reached far and wide, BDP are proud to announce one of our most ambitious compilations of art, writing and research on our contemporary’s troubled, shape-shifting realities. In a unique dual book publication (English/Spanish editions) edited by the group ‘Correspondence from Eyjafjallajökull’ the book contains the artistic results and research of the group, along with eleven probing and insightful carefully selected ‘collaborations’. These diverse entries take many forms, including fiction, essay, polemnic,

    After working together as a research group centering around the event that was Eyjafjallajökull in May 2010, ‘Correspondence from Eyjafjallajökull’ went about re-examining the idea of Europe. With no air traffic possible, Europe found itself connected in a very physical way, a unity that is the opposite in many ways of how ‘Europe’ has been so recently conceived. Through various forms of artistic research and development new, kaleidoscopic perspectives of Europe came about, moving from peripheries such as Turkey and Iceland itself, inward to the imaginative world of European identity creation.

    With a strong focus on the problematic nature of European discourse as it is currently offered, the recent rise of protests movements in Spain appear in contributions from Maria Ptqk, Emanuele Guidi, Juan Freire and Santiago Eraso: the 15th May Movement in Spain and The Arab Spring pre-dated but also foretold the wider Occupy movement of 2012, an incredible year in which protest and the right to protest swept the world in myriad forms. The playful use of fiction to create stories and identity is evident in contributions from Pavla Ascher, John Holten and Alan Pauls. Re-imagining the line of Europe’s borders opens the anthology with Urzsula Wozniak’s essay on Turkey’s relationship with Europe, while Markus Miesson offers an extension of the realm of what can be thought of as ‘Europe’ with an extract from his East Coast Europe project.

    http://montañaislaglaciar.es/

    Book Presentation – Mountainislandglacier. Tuesday, February 28 at Altes Finanzamt Berlin

    To mark the first Berlin launch of the publication Mountainislandglacier, BDP would like to invite you to a unique evening presentaion. There will be an exhibition and press conference by The LGB Group to mark their departure for The Armory Show in New York, a talk by Eirik Sördal from Iceland before a roundtable discussion will take place including two of the editors Regina de Miguel and Lorenzo Sandoval.

    Running order (all talks will begin on time!):
    7:00pm – Doors open
    7:30pm – Press conference: John Holten from Paris w/ special guest will give a statement to mark The LGB Group’s inclusion at The Armory Show NY
    7:50pm – ‘Ultimis feré Europe finibus – You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet’: talk by Eirik Sördal
    8:15pm – Roundtable discussion with Regina de Miguel, Lorenzo Sandoval, Eirik Sördal, John Holten from Paris and Miloš Lubarda (LGB)

    Mountainislandglaciar

    http://brokendimanche.eu/mountainislandglacier/

    By Carlos Fernåndez-Pello, Javier Fresneda, Eduardo Hurtado, Regina de Miguel, Antonio R. Montesinos, Lorenzo Sandoval (Eds.)
    With Contributions from: Pavla Ascher, Santiago Eraso, Juan Freire, Emanuele Guidi, John Holten, Nicolas Malevé, Markus Miessen, Laurence Rassel, Alan Pauls, Maria Ptqk, Urzsula Wozniak
    Artist’s catalogue / Anthology
    Spanish/English dual editions
    190 pages
    Broken Dimanche Press
    ISBN: 978-3-943196-01-6

    After a game-changing year when Europe, in all its tangible and intangible consequences reached far and wide, BDP are proud to announce one of our most ambitious compilations of art, writing and investigation on our contemporary’s troubled, shape-shifting realities. In a unique dual book publication (English/Spanish editions) edited by the group ‘Correspondence from Eyjafjallajökull’ the book contains the artistic results and research of the group, along with eleven probing and insightful carefully selected ‘collaborations’. These diverse entries take many forms, including fiction, essay, polemnic,

    After working together as a research group centering around the event that was Eyjafjallajökull in May 2010, ‘Correspondence from Eyjafjallajökull’ went about re-examining the idea of Europe. With no air traffic possible, Europe found itself connected in a very physical way, a unity that is the opposite in many ways of how ‘Europe’ has been so recently conceived. Through various forms of artistic research and development new, kaleidoscopic perspectives of Europe came about, moving from peripheries such as Turkey and Iceland itself, moving inward to the imaginative world of European identity creation.

    With a strong focus on the problematic nature of European discourse as it currently is offered, the recent rise of protests movements in Spain appear in contributions from Maria Ptqk, Emanuele Guidi, Juan Freire and Santiago Eraso: the 15th May Movement in Spain and The Arab Spring pre-dated but also foretold the wider Occupy movement of 2012, an incredible year in which protest and the right to protest swept the world in myriad forms. The playful use of fiction to create stories and identity is evident in contributions from Pavla Ascher, John Holten and Alan Pauls. Re-imagining the line of Europe’s borders opens the anthology with Urzsula Wozniak’s essay on Turkey’s relationship with Europe, while Markus Miesson offers an extension of the realm of what can be thought of as ‘Europe’ with an extract from his East Coast Europe project

    In An Ideal World, in An Ideal Week: LGB èEurope è New York

    Eine LGB Barbarendurchbruch für die Veröffentlichung von Mountainislandglacier
    Artist’s catalogue / Anthology
    Spanish/English dual editions
    190 pages
    ISBN: 978-3-943196-01-6

    To mark the attendance of The LGB Group in this year’s Armory Show, Broken Dimanche Press are pleased to present a press preview and conference in Berlin of the work of Djordje Bojic before it is shipped to the island that is NYC, executed by Darko Dragicevic, and a lecture performance by John Holten, editor of Bojic’s seminal memoire To Warmann (The ‘Introduction’ of which is included in the anthology Mountainislandglacier).
    The LGB Group were directly influenced by the Dadaist Ljubomir Micic and his Zenitism movement from the 1920s – and a key part of Micic’s work were his ‘Barbarian Raids’ (Barbarendurchbruch) on western Europe by the eastern fringes: a cultural revitalisation through the energy and potential of the Balkans. Having successfully raided central European capital cities in 2011 – including Oslo, Berlin and Brussels – The LGB Group are now focused on New York City, where they will be presenting work at The Armory Show at the invitation of Gallery D.O.R.
    Two works by Djordje Bojic will be exhibited, one of which being ‘contracted’ by D.O.R. as part of their unique neo-relational experiment for The Armory Show. John Holten will then give a brief overview of Bojic and the legacy of his LGB movement, before a press conference will take place, moderated by Eirik Sördal who himself, by way of Iceland, connected east and west and set the process going of an LGB reunion in 2009.
    A discussion between friends, a declaration of incursion, the publication of a new book. An evening of bridges.

    http://brokendimanche.eu/mountainislandglacier/

    http://galeriegojkovic.com/

    Altes Finanzamt
    Schönstedtstraße 7, Neukölln (Ground floor)
    February 28, 19 – 22h

    Presentación de Montañaislaglaciar en la Residencia de estuidantes

    CARLOS FERNÁNDEZ-PELLO | JAVIER FRESNEDA | EDUARDO HURTADO | REGINA DE MIGUEL | ANTONIO R. MONTESINOS | LORENZO SANDOVAL
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    PAVLA ASCHER | SANTIAGO ERASO | JUAN FREIRE | EMANUELE GUIDI | JOHN HOLTEN | NICOLÁS MALEVÉ | MARKUS MIESSEN | LAURENCE RASSEL | ALAN PAULS | MARÍA PTQK | URZSULA WOZNIAK


    Dónde: Residencia de Estudiantes, Pinar, 21 (Metro L10, parada Gregorio Marañón)
    Cuándo: vmartes 17 ene. a las 19:30h

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