Matadero Madrid

Love me truly online exhibition, Jan 10

8 January 2016

Online exhibition Love me truly will be launching in English at its location on January 10.

A research and curatorial project, the digital platform brings together artists and their practices exploring “the contemporary state of constant affective disturbance and affective production through the Internet and communication technology.” 

Participating artists and collectives include Metahaven, Anne de Vries, Elstran Bros, Claudia Maté & Miggu, Anthony Antonellis, Agente Doble, Intimidad Romero, LaTurbo Avedon, Ann Hirsch, Erica Scourti, Pascale Barret and Miyö Van Stenis.

Developed by Helena Grande as part of Matadero Madrid’s El Ranchito Japan/Korea 2015 residency programme, other events and resources surrounding the project include a panel discussion with Grande, Abelardo G. Fournier, Amparo Lasén, Bernardo Villar and Remedios Zafra, as well as interviews and an exhibition running at the art space November 27, 2015, to January 10, 2016.

See the Love me truly website for details.**

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Rencontres Internationales – Madrid

22 May 2012

Again, again and again. One of those unmissable dates for every Madrilian cinema & new arts sybarite starting tomorrow! So we thought… why not providing one of our quick reminders and forwarding the invite?

Rencontres Internationales Mad poster 2012
Rencontres Internationales Mad poster 2012

Between Paris and Berlin… there was always Madrid so the next 4 days will be that great time to discover all the new cinema & contemporary visual arts novelties this year has to offer…. @ the central Filmoteca and the Matadero Cineteca.

Documentaries, new storytelling, audiovisual arts… an international programme gathering 50 works from Spain, France, Germany and 20 other countries that will kick off tomorrow @ 19:30 with the presentation of Christian Barani’s “My Dubai Life”  followed by many other well (and less) known artists like Libia Castro & Olafur Olafsson, Ugnius Gelnuda or Florin Tudor.

Still from Arjen De Leeuw's A place where life was captured
Still from Arjen De Leeuw's A place where life was captured

So as usual… if you happen to be in Madrid during the next few days… read the program, see if there’s anything that catches your eye… and if new fiction is something of interest… then you may want to download the invitation for 2 people for tomorrows opening screening @ the Madrilian Filmoteca. The invite this way, and more info this other way. Enjoy!

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