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presentació manso brDOKUART
Presentation by Núria Manso

Wednesday, 22nd May, at 7.30 pm
en ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies (Sant Francesc, 1 Vic)

With the participation of Miquel Bardagil, Anton Granero and Jordi Lafon

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Dokuart is a research project to devise a new synchretic language. Beginning in 2000, a socialising narration was created for a research into the socio-cultural fabric, and the people who did not play a leading role – cultural agents from the eighties, the nineties, the noughties – who were filmed using a conversational interview format, generating more than 300 personal conversations on the subject of art.

Well Blow it offGranite of the new worldtheatrical monologue byEloy Fernández Porta,inspired by his book En la confidencia (Anagrama)
With participation by Ana M. Palomo

Thursday 6th December at 7.30 pm 
in ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies (Sant Francesc, 1 Vic)

Event organised byLlibreria Foster & Wallace

 

tornafoch webPresentation of the book Xavier Tornafoch

Friday 27th November at 7.30 pm
ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies (Sant Francesc, 1 Vic)

EncontreTHE ENCOUNTER
Presentation by Jordi Lafon

16.04.2015 at 7 pm
ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies

As part of the exhibition Mechanisms of collective creation in ACVic, The Encounter proposes to introduce case studies of artistic projects based upon participation and co-operation, investigating different methodologies and degrees of involvement and collective work.


MAP-MAKING PROJECT FOR THE AMAG! MAGAZINE

ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies
has prepared the article-project of May for the magazine Amag! under the title of Map-Making Project. The article is called Map-Making, a proposal for an experience of learning about and representing the surroundings where we live, by means of research, creating a walkabout, taking pictures and organising the visual information as a map.


The aim is, by means of collaborative work, to rediscover the surrounding environment, and to find a different way to walk around it, to understand it, and to analyse the place where we live. The article proposes an alternative perspective on our surroundings, to learn about and to question the city which we are building, representing things which interest us and imagining how the city might be in the future. The activity may be adapted to group needs, and can be more or less complex, depending on participants' interests and age groups. The project blends audiovisual training and the world of cartography, learning about our surroundings while enhancing relationships among participants.

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