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Joan Fontcuberta03.02.2011 at 6:30 pm.
Activity ralted to the exhibition THROUGTH THE LOOKING GLASS. Organized in collaboration of Universitat de Vic. Open activity
Location: Sala Mercè Torrents, Edifici C. Campus Miramarges de la Universitat de Vic

The exhibition Through the Looking Glass by Joan Fontcuberta gathers two works in which the artist uses resources offered by the internet . Titled Googlegrams and Reflectograms, these works propose to reflect on the importance and increasing use of images, the proliferation of artists, as well as the potential for broadcast and viral dispersion, all of which are growing exponentially with the use of social networks.

Cicle of conferences
21st and 28th February - And 7th and 14th March 2011

Maria Zambrano (Velez Malaga, 1904 - Madrid, 1991) was, without doubt, one of the great voices of twentieth century European thought. Her broad and diverse range, expressed in fragmentary essays rather than systematic analysis, is embodied in writing which stands closer to artistic creation than the conceptual world. Zambrano's thought wove a new philosophy with the thread of poetic reason. A voice (philosophical? poetic?)like none other, either philosophical or poetic.

Her life and work were deeply crossed by the exile, which lasted forty-five years. "I love my exile " she wrote. And it was precisely during this period when she wrote her work: the shadow of which travels the world, and the margins of the world. Thinking of exile is thinking exile.

If, as TS Eliot said, "I question whether any serious civil war ever does end." it is now more than ever relevant to read Zambrano's words because they represent a different viewpoint and a possible Spain.

Activities 28/29.01.2011 at Arts Santa Mònica.
La Rambla,7 08002 Barcelona.
CATALYSTS. Art, education, territory is an exhibition showcasing art projects and participatory processes which are grounded in a direct relationship with a particular local context. Each of this set of proposals comprises three essential components, which combine with and relate to one another with varying degrees of interaction: they are artistic practices, they foment educational activities, and they take place in a specific spatial and temporal territory or context, while embodying a critical reflection on politics and society.

Presentation of projects and discussion featured in the exhibition Catalysts with Santiago Cirugeda, Amasté, Jordi Canudas, Josep-Maria Martín and Mouhamadou Bamba Diop, SINAPSIS (Cristian Añó and Lídia Dalmau), Tanit Plana, Democracia and Ramon Parramon.

Edited by Paula Álvarez with the participation of various/other authors.
Presentation of the documental by Guillermo Cruz and Santiago Cirugeda

Tutored by Tanit Plana.
January 29th, February 5th and February 12th 2011 from 10am to 1pm.
Workshop fee 75€ One session 25€
Location: ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies. C. Sant Francesc, 1 Vic.

Tutored by Tanit Plana.
February 28th to March 3rd 2011, from 10am to 1pm. (setmana blanca).
Workshop fee 100€ One session 25€
Location: ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies. C. Sant Francesc, 1 Vic.

18.12.2010 - 16.1.2011
Temple Romà, Llotja del Blat, Casino de Vic, Escola d'Art i Superior de Disseny de Vic, ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies

Thambos is a biennial group show promoting, since 1994, contemporary artistic production and offering emerging or unknown artists different city spaces within Vic to display their work. Unlike previous editions,the curational team and Thambos 9 has been opened to participants from around Catalonia. The curational team comprising teachers, cultural managers and artists has selected nine among more than eighty project applications.. This year's edition has the collaboration of ACVic, incorporating Thambos 9 into the programme Viver de projectes (Nursery Projects).

ACVic 2010. Transductores

Thambos 9 displays nine works using traditional artistic techniques as well as new technologies or civic participation processes. Four of the projects are the result of a work in progress started when the selection verdict was made public and, the five remaining works, are audiovisual or object-based. The artistic projects to be exhibited raise several questions about current society, reflecting upon artistic practice itself, construction of identity and gender, religions, public space, immigration, communication, among other.

Participant artist: Ainara Elgoibar, Clàudia Pagès, Cristina Calderón & J. Paulete, Marcel.lí Gutiérrez, Maria Camila Sanjinés, Manel Quintana, Marta Burugorri Larequi, Mercè Ortega, Saleta Losada and Cooperativa General Humana (Alba Mayol Curci & Álvaro Ramírez).

Curational team: Oriol Fontdevila, Mia Guiteras Oliva, Jordi Lafon, Quim Moya & Juli Pérez

What is SketchCrawl?
It is a meeting for people who like drawing and they do a marathon of taking notes in different places.

We invite you at the SketchCrawl Vic, on Saturday 13th November, to do the tour indicated in the map. The activity starts at ten o'clock at Escola d’Art i Superior de Disseny de Vic and it ends at two o'clock at the Restaurant El Gravat.

Organized by:
Escola d’Art i Superior de Disseny de Vic

With the collaboration of:
ACVic Centre d’Arts Contemporànies
Restaurant El Gravat

acvic. jorge luis marzoTHE BAROQUE D_EFECT. Politics of the Hispanic Image

Seminar taught by Jorge Luis Marzo

Dates and Venue

14th, 15th and 16th of june, from 18.00 to 21.00 hours
ACVic Centre d'Arts Contemporànies
C. Sant Francesc, 1 08500 Vic


The seminar has as its starting point the exhibition curated by Jorge Luis Marzo and Teresa Badia, "The Baroque d_efect," shown at the CCCB November 2010 to February 2011.
Through the archive of documents prepared for the exhibition, this seminar aims to analyze the myth of Hispanicity, i.e. "Spanishness", as a common and homogeneous framework between Spain and Latin America, and how artistic and cultural strategies have helped to create over time a homogenising official story, the Hispanic myth, for the durability of which artists must bear a great deal of responsibility. The seminar provides research tools which bring added value to  any lines of discussion,  with a constant input of viewpoints and parallel experiences .


- To analyse the relationship between the Hispanic myth and its main survival strategy: the Baroque as a model of cultural policy.
- To reflect  on the relationship between art and cultural policies.
- Reflection, participation and dissemination

H. Associació per a les Arts Contemporànies  call for entries addressed to artists residents in Catalunya to participate in THAMBOS 9.

THAMBOS is a biennial group show with which H. Associació per a les Arts Contemporànies promotes contemporary artistic production during eighteen years and this year's edition with the collaboration of ACVic. Centre d'Arts Contemporànies.

The works selected will be shown in different spaces in the City of Vic from December 2010. The artists will receive technical help resources for the display of their work and 700 eur production fee. As in past editions, a catalogue will be published and an exhibition tour is projected for the year 2011 around several towns. Download rules in pdf

sobre l'erm gris negre Inauguration of the exhibition by Manolo Gomez : sobre l'erm gris negre (The black grey wilderness*), curated by Anna Palomo

sobre l'erm gris negre is a collection of recent paintings by Manolo Gomez.

The singular visual language of this artist is the result of accurate and silent studio work. Manolo Gómez often alters the pictorial support which he uses as a valid stage to show a good part of his restless artistic curiosity.

The exhibition opening will be on Friday July 2nd at 7.30pm at ACVic. Center of Contemporary Arts and will be displayed from July 2nd to September 19th.

Visiting times: Monday to friday 10am to 1pm /// 5pm to 8pm Saturday 11am to 2pm /// 5pm to 8pm SUnday and holidays 11am to 2pm

*Paul Celan, Atemwende 1967


Wednesday, June 30th 2010 at 7pm in Sala d’Actes of Art Santa Mònica (La Rambla, 7), the publication QUAM 2009 El Relat de l'Art will be presented by
Andrés Hispano; Félix Pérez-Hita, artistic directors of the publication and Ramon Parramon, director of ACVic. Centre d’Arts Contemporànies. The book is
published by ACVic and Eumo Editorial.

The book brings together the ideas introduced by Andrés Hispano and Félix Pérez-Hita as artistic directors of the last edition QUAM 2009.

QUAM is a visual arts summer university, that has counted with the participation of artists and prestigious professionals since 1998. Last edition, the central theme consisted in analysing the current art scene since the use of audiovisuals, the mediatisation of the art works and its repercussion in the audiences. In this sense,the workshop aimed to open new strategies in a space full of archetypes, doubts and overvalued provocations. Weaving audiovisuals such as fiction,
documentary, television or cinema with artistic practices, permit some initiatives to approach a more diverse and complex artistic scene as well as more in accordance with contemporary cultural context.

The book contains texts by Andrés Hispano, Félix Pérez-Hita, Anna Moreno,Jorge Luis Marzo, Núria Aidelman / Gonzalo de Lucas, Manuel Barrios, Isaki Lacuesta, Lulú Martorell, Marcel Pié Barba and Carles Guerra.

And projects by Laia Solé / Tanit Plana, Jordi Lafon, Toni Ferron / Juan Carlos Moreno, Montsita Rierola/ La Saleta / Ilaria Mauro, Anna Moreno / Joanot Cortés and Jordi Daví / Joanot Cortés.

Presentation of the book Art and Science. Conversations, by Enric Canadell and Alex Nogué
Friday, 11 June of 2010 at 19,30 h

ACVic. Centre d'Arts Contemporànies. Sant Francesc, 1 · 08005 Vic · Tel 34 93 8853704 · This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Published by Universitat de Barcelona, within the project of Cafe Central "Instead of the revolution. Conversations".
Project by Josep M. Jori, professor of sculpture of the Universitat de Barcelona and Víctor Sunyol, writer

Abstract:: As children Enric Canadell, theoretical chemist, and Àlex Nogué, visual artist, shared table top and street games in Castellfollit de la Roca, a village in the Garrotxa, Girona. Their lives have followed very different paths, and both have had wide international professional experience in science and arts. Forty-five years later they met again in the project "Instead of the revolution, conversations" promoted by Cafe Central and the Association for the Contemporary Arts H.ACC in order to seek similarities in their apparently disparate professional activities and experiences. Book sample

Subject: Art · size: 15 X 21 · Pages: 156 · Publisher Publicacions i Edicions UB · Date: 2010

Own Resources

Own resources. Exhibition featuring Vladimir Arkhipov / Luís Gárciga / Elín Hansdóttir / Chiu Longina / Platoniq / Ana García Pineda / Núria Güell / Oh Eun Lee / Emili Padrós / Telenoika, curated by Rosa Pera

Once art practice has overcome merely aesthetic approaches, become a main producer and broadcaster of knowledge. Nowadays beyond the use of advanced technologies, and far from big corporative and economic structures, innovative, adaptable and low-cost organisational models have appeared. This is the strength of the cultural and social capital from contemporary society, networked in order to exchanging knowledge.

From March 27th to May 30 2010. Exhibition produced by Bòlit. Centre d'Art Contemporani, Ajuntament de Girona and Generalitat de Catalunya. Departament de Cultura i Mitjans de Comunicació.



12th-13th March 2010
Coordinators: Ferran Blancafort i Meritxell Inaraja

"The place is fascinating, transports you to the past. The experience is very real, the place is very real, but it evokes a  bygone world. This is also virtual reality, although it is not easy to distinguish." Carlos Arroyo

Time passes and makes it inevitable and necessary to intervene in our heritage of construction, with actions that lead buildings of the past, reluctantly,  to modernity.

How to make  this intervention? what are the reasons to do so? How should those few unused buildings be integrated into modernity ? How might this be formalised?

There are many groups, from property owners, to heritage preservation societies , to the tanners  Association, and so on... , with an interest in the heritage represented by  Vic tanneries. The College of Architects and ACVIC. Contemporary Arts Centre wish  to encourage debate to supply an answer to these questions, from the subjectivity and laterality of a strictly architectural and artistic view.

Several distinguished architects give their opinions, aiming to enrich the debate and promote the interests of architecture of future interventions

Emili Bayón / Miquel Surinyach / Fernando Espuelas / Benedetta Tagliabue / Santiago Cirugeda / Juan Domingo Santos / Roger Costa / Dolors Ylla-Català

Organised by: ACVIC. Centre d'Arts Contemporànies and Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya. Delegació d'Osona


Ana Álvarez-Errecalde

From 26 February to 22 March 2010. Opening: 26 February at 20:00.

MORE STORE / TALLAS (MORE STORE/SIZES) is an art project that combines installation, photography and video, displayed in a simulated shop environment where the bodies of more than forty women of different origins, ages and sizes are exhibited in the shape of suits.

MORE STORE / TALLAS encourages reflection on the value of the body, which depends on arbitrary factors such as “MADE IN” (country of origin) and beauty; it proposes to experience the confusion/understanding that results from wearing someone else’s skin, and makes use of irony in its consideration on the value of individuals according to market parameters.

Territoris de fricció (“Friction Territories”)

From 4 December 2009 to 17 January 2010.

Curator of the exhibition: Miquel Bardagil

A look from the collection of contemporary art of the Museu d’Art Jaume Morera de Lleida. Valeriano López | Francesc Ruiz | Pauline Fondevila | Javier Peñafiel | Karmelo Bermejo | Dionís Escorsa | La Ribot | Iñaki Àlvarez | Daniel García Andújar | Alícia Framis

Frictions are, rather than a cause, a symptom indicating that certain contradictions exist in a particular area. To consider their existence means to consider the management of relationships with others and our environment, and, consequently, to adopt a critical point of view in a social context. The individual and the society take shape from a particular map of the frictions generated, from a map whose limits are set by divisions and intersections. Giving up critical thought and reflection opens the door to alienation, understood as the failure to comprehend the complexity of the modern world –immersed in the phenomenon of the so-called globalisation. Paradoxically, the society of information is characterised by opacity, which contrasts with its apparent transparency. Excess of information, banality and the control exerted by the economic and political authorities make it difficult for the public to see the contradictions and malfunctions arisen from those relationships.

Within the framework of the complexity of the modern world, Territoris de fricció suggests a reflection on the dynamics involved in social transformations, in both the individual and the collective sphere, and their accompanying processes of opposition, analysis, critical attitude or resistance. Thus, family roles, the individual, the construction of an identity, the influence of social majorities, activism related to the use of public space, the human body, control over information technologies, manipulation of the immigration phenomenon, the social role of leisure and gender-based violence constitute some of this “Friction Territories”. .

Jornada Vic Espai Públic (Vic Public Space)
Friday, 13 November 2009

Directed by Ferran Blancafort  & Meritxell Inaraja

This project is part of the programme ARTWORK’09,  promoted by the Diputació de Barcelona. In accordance with the Order of the Catalan government Ordre TRE/337/2008, it has been funded by the programme Projectes Innovadors (Innovative Projects), and has been sponsored by the Servei d’Ocupació de Catalunya and co-financed by the European Social Fund. Action and intervention in public space and their practical goals are subjects of interest to youth associations . These subjects are also studied and analysed by today's contemporary arts and in which city councils, public agencies and institutions place most emphasis in various public spheres such as town-planning, aesthetics and in the social and cultural areas.

Considering these facts and subjects of interest, the programme has been devised to foster, through the work of several arts and architecture professionals, a platform for debate and the application of these disciplines to an urban reality.
The projects, which are sensitive to the issues of interest to the present-day arts, will provide an insight into two aspects: we will display several examples of interventions that affect material objects and the space of the biological body; but we will also display more symbolic interventions that may just be experiences without an apparent materialisation – although they are equally sensitive with regard to those free-flowing, ephemeral spaces, whose only traces are graphical references, usually available in the Net.

On són les claus? (where are the keys?)

Wednesday 30 december 2009

Public presentation of Toni Casassas' art project ACVIC. Centre d'Arts Contemporànies a les 19.00 h

Documentary, followed by Maria Forga, journalism ethics professor at Universitat de Vic and Fundació Centre Mèdic Psicopedagògic d'Osona.

In June 2008 an experimental cinema workshop called La Nau, aimed at the users of the mental health centre Centre Mèdic Psicopedagògic d’Osona (CMPPO)(Psychopedagogic Medical Center of Osona), started in Vic.

The workshop was directed by Maria Forga -Script and Journalism Ethics professor at the University of Vic- and Antoni Casassas, artist; with the support of Sandra López and Ivette Griera -occupational therapists at the centre ; and Montse Bové -philologist and videoartist. Some students of Image and Communication at the Universitat de Vic gave on occasions practical support recording the day by day activities of the project.


Reversible actions
exhibition 4th July to 18th October 2009 Curated by Ramon Parramon

AMASTÉ/CASI TENGO 18. DINAMIK(TT)AK [2006 - work in progress]
JORDI CANUDAS. 916 days. Market and Memory_Mercat of Sant Antoni [2007 - work in progress]
SANTIAGO CIRUGEDA/Recetas Urbanas.( urban recipes) Rehabilitation of a shanty town - gypsy As Rañas [2007 - work in progress]
JOSEP-MARIA MARTÍN in collaboration with Alain Fidanza. The Maison de la Négociation [2003-2004]
SINAPSIS.Trans_art_laboratory (2) Inside health system. With Laia Solé, Tanit Plana, Javier Rodrigo, Rachel Fendler and Mariola Bernal [2007 - work in progress]

Catalitzadors ( Catalysts) Reversible Actions


From 4 July to 10 July 2009

Director: Andrés Hispano

Contemporary art is currently in a strange situation. It has never been more accessible than now and its presence in the media has never been so prominent. Nevertheless, due to the clichés and archetypes that characterise it today, its activities are questioned as they are considered to be eccentric and based on overvalued provocations. But, bearing in mind that contemporary art requires the observer to have little prejudice and to make some specific efforts, we cannot say there is a lack of creators and initiatives that can make the audience understand the reasons and processes that currently define artistic activities.

The audiovisual medium has proven, more than any other category, its capability to broadcast not only what takes place in the arts but also whatever is part of their complex creative and commercial nature.

“The Narration of Art” is about the way the arts have been considered from an audiovisual point of view, as well about artistic production and its influence on the audience. But, above all, it opens up the possibility of finding new strategies in this field. For this purpose, we have gathered contributions from critics and audiovisual producers who work in this field, and cinema and television works are shown as references with which to spur initiatives that can deal with today’s arts scene – more complex and diverse than ever.

Fes com si...( Pretend you're...)

Exhibition curated by Anna Palomo

FRom 17th April to 7th June2009

The exhibition Fes com si..., is linked to the day for ART I JOC (Art and play) organised by the department of Educació Infantil de la Facultat d'Educació de la Universitat de Vic and ACVIC. A group of artists reflect upon the role of play in artistic practice: play as content or as resource. Montserrat Cortadellas, Marta Gràcia, Mia Guiteras, Enric Pladevall, Montsita Rierola, Tere Recarens, Kenneth Russo and David Ymbernon use in their work concepts linked to subjects such as: pretending, universal need, the space of freedom, intellectual options, etc. through different artistic languages, traditional or linked to new technologies, since all of them serve to demonstrate the rules that govern the world and, also, creativity..

Educacional proposal ...Let's play at Fes com si... from 17 April to 7th June2009

Jornada Art i joc 8th May  2009 from 9am to 6pm  II Jornades d'Art i infància: Art i joc 2009.

Opening: FRiday 17th April at 8pm

Reversible Actions. The goog,  a Platoniq's project

From  February 27th to May 17th  2009.

The GOOG/ The tracker is a project developed by Platoniq for Acvic. How can you research and gather information in your city? How can you locate resources which can be shared among the population? How can you find people with common interests? Platoniq will show their project "The goog" in Vic. This "tracker" will create policies of re-using meaningful knowledge, useful but which are in the process of disappearing or of being re-appropriated, either in urban or rural zones. The goal of the intervention in Vic is to test the efficiency of internet social networks when applying them to the physical context of the city. Through workshops, games and actions with youth, old people and specific groups, analogous forms to all these novel self-organisational tools will be established in civic space. The themes of Platoniq's projects centre upon active forms of mediation, new contributions to the definition of culture and participation.

Reversible Actions

Reversible Actions. Documentation centre and projects.

9th November 2008 to  9th February 2009


AulAbierta (Granada), El gran Pollo de la Alameda (Sevilla), El Museu de la Memòria (Paranapiacaba, Brasil), documenta 12 Advisory Board (Kassel), Docklands Community Poster Project and Cascade (Londres), IDENSITAT (Calaf/Manresa), QUAM (Vic-Montesquiu), Tower Songs (Dublin).

With participation of Aulabierta (José Daniel Campos i Pablo Pérez), Lilian Amaral, Santiago Barber, Jesús Carrillo, Rika Colpaert, Fernando Hernández, Herman Labro, Loraine Leeson, Carmen Mörsch, Ailbhe Murphy, Ramon Parramon, Javier Rodrigo, Rubia Salgado, Wanda Wieczorek.

REVERSIBLE ACTIONS. Seminar about art, education and territory.

Vic 7th. and 8th. of November 2008
Download PDF program
This seminar is posed under the title of reversible actions starting from the relationship established between education | art | territory.  It constitutes a reflection on the contemporary artistic production that develops educational activities, which is placed in relation to specificities of places and which require a network connection in order to carry them out and communicate them.

From an artistic point of view, pedagogy has often been relegated to provide complementary value to cultural production with the profile of downgrading or decreasing its quality and critical position. From an educational and social action point of view, the work of the artist is often considered rather closed to cooperation on educational projects or in community involvement in local contexts and institutions. These conferences aim to suggest that these opposed visions annul the capacity to define new settings and place in evidence that they have been surpassed by projects that act in a new critical way towards these types of attitudes.

If pedagogy consists of the production of experiences, knowledge and values with the resources we have within our reach, if these resources are transported through artistic production and are posed in relation  to experiences arising from the context, then the production of knowledge, values and experiences can generate regenerated and learnt cultural policies based on collective processes.

From this starting point and as a field of experimental action, the art-pedagogy relationship does not seek to educate through art, or seek out new audiences for art, or look for differences between the institutional and self-run space, but consists of generating situations in which it is possible to experiment with the transmission and exchange of knowledge or experiences, investigate artistic production and use techniques and means that enable communication and transportation through the incorporation or revitalization of social dynamics. Is this possible?

The general lines over which the seminar will be based are articulated over three interconnected elements: the centers of artistic production, the pedagogic work and the relationship networks.

Reversible actions approaches the concept of reversibility as the condition in which all the elements that take part are present with different degrees of reciprocal dependence. Reversible or inverse engineering consists of obtaining the information about a product accessible to the public with the aim of determining what it is made of, knowing how it works and being able to reorganize it with new contents. In essence, it constitutes a process for innovating what is often applied to software or products. In the sphere that concerns us the following question is posed: Which way can one analyze separately the three components: art, pedagogy and region, in order to later reorganize them in sequences that make sense? How can we reorganize them in order to design projects or, and why not, cultural policies?

The projects and proposals presented at this conference suggest a negotiation between pedagogy and art, between diverse institutions and different cultural agents that form part of the social fabric. Institution and cultural value are not antagonistic concepts but increasingly struggle to conquer their own spheres, negotiate to share possible spaces. Centers of contemporary creation and self-run projects seek out common spaces. This crossing, therefore, presents us with a possibility of collaborating, cooperating and working on educational projects, not as the result of bipolarized tension. This is why the conferences suggest in their timing a progressive breakdown between projects, institutions and art centers, analyzing the reversible actions that are derived from this process of negotiation.

To discover the possibilities of acting and opening up a debate about the new forms of contemporary cultural production and their relationship with educational and social institutions. To understand and analyze the task of cultural production from the pedagogic point of view and the development of cultural policies.
To rethink the pedagogy model in relation to the new forms of contemporary cultural production and knowledge, and through the prism of the new forms of cultural pedagogy, visual culture and artistic education.
To reflect on the new role of the production centers and centers of contemporary art in relation to local development work, the relationship between groups and work in networks as forms of cultural pedagogy and policy in action.

Cultural policies of proximity to establish relationships with the socio-cultural contexts. Work in networks and group practices as forms of cultural policy.
The tasks of the new production centers in relation to the new forms of production, collaboration and cultural diffusion through educational actions.
Pedagogy as a form of production and articulation, analyzing strategies for participation and negotiation between cultural institutions, production centers and public objectives.


Educators, artists, cultural managers, municipal technicians of culture. Students of art, management and cultural development, social work, pedagogy, education.

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