Exchanges in the museum space

Soft and Furry: Exchanges in Museum Space It is a day framed in IVAM’s Art and Context program, which invites us to rethink the architecture and design of the museum’s idea and spaces in the second decade of the twenty-first century, its uses, dynamics, and poetry. . The activity is inspired by the reference made by Salvador Dali in his book Cuckolds from ancient modern art (1956) to a conversation (real or fictional) he had with Le Corbusier about his postmodern view of architectural reality.

Today it invites us to question the devices that constitute the dominant reality of the institution that welcomes us, and thus be part of the process and development of the proposals of the artists of the said program in connection with their final exhibition, which will take place at IVAM. The ideas will be exchanged by Marina Povidano Rivella with the participation of Miguel Lero, Tack and Pablo Polomar.

Participants:
Marina Povidano Rivella, Graduated in Philosophy (University of Barcelona) and Architecture (Universita Politecnica de Catalunya) and Master of Science in Critical, Organizational and Conceptual Practices from GSAPP- Columbia University in New York. She is Curator and Professor of Architecture Theory at ETSAB-UPC.
Miguel Lero, Product Designer and Curator. Graduated in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute (New York) and Royal Spanish Academy Award in Rome (2017).
TAKK, an architectural production space shared by Mireia Luzárraga and Alejandro Muiño and which operates at the intersection of architecture, politics, nature and gender.
Pablo Polomar is an industrial designer who specializes in darkroom lighting and site-specific fixtures.

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date and time:
September 28, 6:00 p.m.

Attendees:
Free entry until seats are full.

for more information:
www.ivam.es

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