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Critical Botox in times of 2.0 feudalism, Pavilion

luni, 1 octombrie 2012



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CRITICAL BOTOX in times of 2.0 feudalism

04 octombrie 2012 – 06 ianuarie 2013


PAVILION
, Sos. Nicolae Titulescu nr. 1 (Piata Victoriei), Bucuresti
Deschidere:
Joi, 04 octombrie 2012, 19.00
After opening party: gasiti detalii la finalul anuntului

Curator:
Alex Brahim (CO/ES)

Participanti:
Aggtelek (ES/BE), Anamor (ES), José Begega (ES), Karmelo Bermejo (ES/MX), Zeljko Blace (BA/HR), Lúa Coderch (PE/ES), Bruce LaBruce (CA), Andrés Duplat (CO), Juan Pablo Echeverri (CO), Félix Fernández (ES), Jorge García (ES), Miquel García (ES), Andrea Gómez (CO/ES), Núria Güell (ES), Fermín Jiménez Landa (ES), Lydia Lunch (US), Santiago Monge (CO), R. Marcos Mota (ES), Joan Martí Ortega (ES), Daniela Ortiz (PE/ES), Aníbal Parada (AR/ES), Avelino Sala (ES), Andrés Senra (ES), Daniel Silvo (ES), Toni Tena (ES), David Latorre (ES), Oriol Vilanova (ES)

CRITICAL BOTOX in times of 2.0 feudalism, foloseste o linie narativa fictiva cu inspiratie de tip tabloid, pentru a prinde forma intr-o publicatie online si intr-o serie de expozitii, prima dintre ele avand loc la PAVILION in Bucuresti.


Proiectul se bazeaza pe un cadru personal, pe relatia prudenta a curatorului cu artistii care activeaza inspirational in mai multe zone sociale utilizand diverse forme de productie sau actiuni politice. Inteleasa ca o practica politica in sine, CRITICAL BOTOX sustine valoarea politica a contactului uman direct, in aceste vremuri confuze ale virtualizarii si dezumanizarii in interactiune co-individuala.
Publicatia online utilizeaza estetica revistelor de scandal ca pe un sofism vizual confuz, concentrandu-se pe realitatea continutului, pe mesajele politice ale lucrarii sau pe traiectoria artistului. Acestea servesc, manieristic, ca o legatura conceptuala intre diferite publicatii online si recursurile facilitate de artisti, aderandu-se publicului interesat in explorarea fiecareia dintre ele.
Fiecare expozitie, prima fiind cea de la Bucuresti, functioneaza ca un exemplu complex cu proiectie in publicatia online a expozitiei. Fiecare act curatorial reflecta eterogenitatea viziunilor si atitudinilor care rezulta din creatia artistica contemporana pentru a cuprinde spectrul larg al conditiilor politice intr-o lume globalizata. (Alex Brahim)

Expozitia va fi acompaniata de o publicatie realizata la finalul actului curatorial, precum si de un o publicatie tip poster/ziar dedicata primei expozitii care va contine structura generala a proiectului, ilustratii si texte de autori invitati. Publicatiile vor fi realizate la inchderea proiectelor pentru a finaliza cercetarea ce se desfasoara in timpul expozitiiloe. Design-ul grafic pentru acest proiect va fi realizat de studioul Los Trini din Barcelona.


Alex Brahim, nascut la Cúcuta in Columbia, este un curator independent si manager cultural, stabilit in Barcelona. Aria sa de interes cuprinde teorie, productie, programare, comunicare si activism, si este centrata pe transversalitatea retelelor, cu accent pe codurile culturale si spatiile lor critice de negociere. Conduce alaturi de expertul in marketing Tania Brett, DIBINA (Digital Büro of International Art), o platforma curatoriala independenta , de management cultural si de comunicare relationala. Unul dintre proiectele lor importante este managementul si coordonarea programului pentru Antigua Casa Haiku, un spatiu artistic din Barcelona. El pregateste in mod regulat programe si expozitii independente, colaboreaza cu diverse media si este lector invitat in diferite centre de arta si universitati. Brahim a dezvoltat proiecte la: La Casa Encendida, Madrid; CCCB, Barcelona; Matadero, Madrid; La Capella, Barcelona; Espai Cultural Caja Madrid, Barcelona; Museu de l'Empordà, Figueres; Loop, Barcelona, sau Off Limits, Madrid, etc. In prezent este unul dintre membrii juriului pentru premiile anuale de arta contemporana BCN Producció, din Barcelona, precum si consultant pentru Art Production Factories Program al Ajuntament de Barcelona (Primaria Barcelona). CRITICAL BOTOX este primul sau proiect curatorial in afara Spaniei.


www.criticalbotox.com


FB event: http://www.facebook.com/events/287107844722209/

Expozitia este sustinuta de PAVILION - journal for politics and culture - www.pavilionjournal.org

Toate evenimentele conexe sunt generate de REFORMA - www.re-forma.ro


After opening party:


REFORMA SMOKE OUT

Joi 4 octombrie 2012, 22.00
@ Control Club
Constantin Mille 4, Bucuresti
Intrarea libera

Cu Bogman si invitatii sai speciali si ultra surprinzatori.
Proiectii din desene animate din perioada trecuta.

Detalii pe FB event: http://www.facebook.com/events/351707911589185/

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CRITICAL BOTOX in times of 2.0 feudalism

October 04, 2012 – January 06, 2013


PAVILION
, Sos. Nicolae Titulescu no. 1 (Piata Victoriei), Bucharest
Opening:
Joi, 04 octombrie 2012, 19.00
After opening party: please scroll down

Curator:
Alex Brahim (CO/ES)

Participants:
Aggtelek (ES/BE), Anamor (ES), José Begega (ES), Karmelo Bermejo (ES/MX), Zeljko Blace (BA/HR), Bruce LaBruce (CA), Lúa Coderch (PE/ES), Andrés Duplat (CO), Juan Pablo Echeverri (CO), Félix Fernández (ES), Jorge García (ES), Miquel García (ES), Andrea Gómez (CO/ES), Núria Güell (ES), Fermín Jiménez Landa (ES), Lydia Lunch (US), Santiago Monge (CO), R. Marcos Mota (ES), Joan Martí Ortega (ES), Daniela Ortiz (PE/ES), Aníbal Parada (AR/ES), Avelino Sala (ES), Andrés Senra (ES), Daniel Silvo (ES), Toni Tena (ES), David Latorre (ES), Oriol Vilanova (ES)

CRITICAL BOTOX In times of 2.0 feudalism uses a fictional narrative line, a faux gossip magazine, to take its real form as an online process-publication and series of exhibitions, the first of which will take place on October 2012 at Pavilion in Bucharest.


The project is based on the framework of personal, presential relationships that the curator sustains with the artists, whose work is in turn linked, from several thematic axes and production formats, to the political. Understood as a political practice in itself, CRITICAL BOTOX claims the political value of direct human contact in these trying times of virtualization and dehumanization in co-individual interaction.

The online publication uses the aesthetic of gossip magazines as visually distracting sophism, focusing on the reality of the content, the political interests of the work and artist trajectories. It serves, in this way, as a bridge to the different sites and recourses facilitated by the artists to a public that would be interested in exploring each of them. The textual contents emerge from a standard interview answered by all participants.
 
Each exhibit functions as a sample set of the microcosms implied within this publication. They would also act as a reflection of the heterogeneity in visions and attitudes that stem from contemporary artistic creation to encompass the wide spectrum of the political conditions in a globalized world. (Alex Brahim)

This exhibition at Pavilion shall be accompanied by a printed publication: a fold-out poster with the general structure of the project, a graphic illustration of the relationship framework in CRITICAL BOTOX and texts by guest authors. The graphic design for this project will be handled by Barcelona based studio Los Trini.


Alex Brahim (Cúcuta, Colombia, 1977) is an Independent art curator and cultural projects manager based in Barcelona. His work encompasses theory, production, programming, communication and activism and is centered in the transversality of networks with an emphasis in cultural codes and their critical spaces of negotiation. He co-directs, along with marketing expert Tania Brett, DIBINA (Digital Büro of International Art), an independent curatorial, cultural management and relational communication platform. One of their highlights is the management and coordination of the program for the Antigua Casa Haiku art space in Barcelona (2008-2011). He regularly prepares independent and commissioned programs and exhibitions, collaborates with different media and is guest lecturer in different art centers and universities. He has developed projects at La Casa Encendida, Madrid; CCCB, Barcelona; Matadero, Madrid; La Capella, Barcelona; Espai Cultural Caja Madrid, Barcelona; Museu de l'Empordà, Figueres; Loop, Barcelona, or Off Limits, Madrid, among others. He is currently one of the jury members and tutors for the Barcelona annual contemporary arts grant BCN Producció, as well as a consultant for the development of the Art Production Factories Program of the Ajuntament de Barcelona (City Hall). Critical Botox is his first curatorial full project abroad.


www.criticalbotox.com

FB event: http://www.facebook.com/events/287107844722209/

Exhibition supported by PAVILION – journal for politics and culture - www.pavilionjournal.org

All connected events are generated by REFORMA - www.re-forma.ro

After opening party:

REFORMA SMOKE OUT

Joi 4 octombrie 2012, 22.00
@ Control Club
Constantin Mille 4, Bucuresti
Intrarea libera
www.re-forma.ro

With Bogman and his very special and surprize guest.
Projections from before '89 cartoons.

Details on the FB event: http://www.facebook.com/events/351707911589185/ 


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