Institut Ramon LLull


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Institut Ramon Llull is a consortium comprising the Government of Catalonia, the Government of the Balearic Islands, and the Barcelona City Council. Its mission is the support and promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad, in all its forms and means of expression.

MELTING SPACES: When restrictions become options

Arts.  BARCELONA, 04/03/2021

One year after a global sanitary emergency artists, curators, researchers and cultural institutions more than ever are dissolving boundaries in between the digital, the public space and the traditional ways of coming together sharing a cultural experience.

Since March 2020 they all had been forced to find alternative ways for the on-site community encounter. This talk series proposes a reflection about how cultural practices changed and which options evolve. It will be an opening space to discuss how we can learn from this situation, the chances and difficulties, the digital transformation, the shifting public spaces and the role of public institutions that are promoting culture abroad.

Project organised by Institut Ramon Llull in collaboration with Goethe Institut. Curated and moderated by Aina Tur and Gila Kolb

 

 




PROGRAMME

 

WE LOVE DIGITALITY. DOES DIGITALITY LOVE US BACK?

A talk about chances and difficulties of digitality in cultural fields

 

  • Date: March 16th 2021, 5 pm
  • Guests: Judit Carrera and Priv.-Doz. Dr. Martina Leeker
  • Artistic intervention: by Mònica Rikic
  • Curated and moderated: Aina Tur & Gila Kolb

 

One year after a global sanitary emergency artists, curators, researchers and cultural institutions more than ever are dissolving boundaries in between the digital, the public space and the traditional ways of coming together sharing a cultural experience.

As an opening of the talk series, Judit Carrera (CCCB Director) and Priv.-Doz. Dr. Martina Leeker (Artist and researcher) will engage a conversation focused on cultural practices and research in the digital realms.

How can a multidisciplinary cultural centre shift its knowledge production from analog to digital? And how does the content shift? How does the space shift? How does digitality shift the perception and the staging of the performing body?

 

LET’S DEAL WITH IT! (Part 1)

A talk about the digital transformation of performing arts

 

 

One year after a global sanitary emergency artists, curators, researchers and cultural institutions more than ever are dissolving boundaries in between the digital, the public space and the traditional ways of coming together sharing a cultural experience.

In this talk, Fefa Noia (Centro Dramático Nacional Deputy Director) Jun. Prof. Dr. Konstanze Schütze & Alla Popp (Festival dgtl fmnsm) will engage a conversation sharing their reflections and perspectives on performing arts and digitality.

Which are the opportunities that online programming offers to your cultural institution? What is your practice in keeping contact with the audience? How do you deal with working online about being online? How do you create a femnist common space? How do you create a community encounter?

 

 

LET’S DEAL WITH IT! (Part 2)

A talk about the public space as a cultural stage

 

 

One year after a global sanitary emergency artists, curators, researchers and cultural institutions more than ever are dissolving boundaries in between the digital, the public space and the traditional ways of coming together sharing a cultural experience.

In this talk Anna Giribet (Artistic Director Fira Tàrrega) and Katrhin Tidemann will engage a conversation about the public space as a cultural platform.

Which are the particularities of the public space as a cultural stage? What can be done outside the conventional venues? Who is the audience then? Which benefits provide the commoning and collectives approaches to urban space?

 

 

 

 

 

 

A transnational series of talks about how cultural agents are facing the current situation

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