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    June 27th, 2014carlosEventos, Noticias

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    El Grupo The Trans (colaboración del grupo 0,29 y León Felipe Jimenez) participan en el 9º Encuentro Hemisferico: Manifesta! Social Media: Coreografía de los movimientos sociales en las Américas. El encuentro tiene lugar en Montreal, Quebec, del 21 al 28 de junio del 2014.

    The Trans es un proyecto que cuestiona las situaciones que generan los OGM (organismos genéticamente modificados) y como estos afectan territorios locales en términos sociales, culturales, materiales y territoriales.

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    April 23rd, 2014carlosEventos, Noticias

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    El próximo jueves 24 de abril a las 6:00 p.m. en el Centro Cultural Colombo Americano, se llevará a cabo la apertura de la exposición OMG, ‘Oh My God’, Organismos Modificados Genéticamente, con karaoke y guarapo inaugural.

    Así mismo el viernes 25 de abril a las 10:00 a.m. se realizará el conversatorio: “Procesos de creación: Experiencias del grupo The Trans” en la Biblioteca Abraham Lincoln.

    Esta exposición reúne el arte, la ciencia y la cultura para generar conciencia acerca del consumo de alimentos modificados genéticamente.

    La exposición estará disponible al público hasta el 23 de mayo y la entrada será gratuita.

    ¡Te esperamos!

     

    Centro Cultural Colombo Americano

    Calle 13N #8-45 Barrio Granada

    PBX (57) (2) 6875800

    Cali, Valle del Cauca – Colombia

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    November 24th, 2013carlosNoticias

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    Carlos Guzmán, miembro del gupo 0,29, integra actualmente el equipo del Fórum Permanente en calidad de investigador asociado. Se trata de una organización cultural con base en la ciudad de Sao Paulo, que trabaja como plataforma de acción y mediación cultural en diferentes niveles del sistema del arte contemporáneo.

     

    SOBRE O FÓRUM PERMANENTE

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    Fórum  Permanente é uma plataforma de geração de conteúdo e documentação, especializada em analisar e debater a relação da arte contemporânea com seu espaço de recepção social, suas tendências de inovação e seus impasses históricos. Acompanhando eventos e exposições, sua atenção está voltada para a circulação da arte através de equipamentos culturais e ambientes urbanos. Assim, o Fórum tem como objetivo maior intensificar a “formação de público” e facilitar o acesso a importantes conceitos que se formaram na trajetória da arte até os dias de hoje, aprimorando o diálogo com quem frequenta este meio, seja ele um cidadão comum ou um especialista. Nesta rede colaborativa por ele formada estão envolvidos curadores, espectadores, artistas, produtores, pesquisadores, colecionadores, museólogos, editores, gestores culturais, educadores, historiadores da arte, intelectuais, estudantes, interessados em geral e outros agentes que trabalham pela consolidação da esfera pública e do debate crítico, tendo sempre em vista a democratização de conteúdos culturais e a potencialização da experiência da arte.

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    Fórum Permanente is a platform for the generation of content and documentation specialised in analysing and discussing the relationship between Contemporary Art and its spaces of social reception, as well as its innovation trends and historical deadlocks. By following events and exhibitions it focuses on the circulation of art through cultural apparatus and urban environments. Therefore, Fórum Permanente’s main goal is to strengthen the “development of the public” and to facilitate access to the important concepts which have risen throughout art’s history up to the present, fostering a dialogue with all those who have access to this medium: both the general public and specialists. Fórum Permanente’s collaborative network includes curators, viewers, artists, producers, researchers, collectors, museologists, editors, cultural managers, educators, art historians, intellectuals, students, stakeholders in general and other agents who work for the consolidation of the public sphere and critical debate, always with the aim of democratising cultural contents and maximising the experience of art.

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    November 24th, 2013carlosNoticias

    Por: Independet Curators International

    The winners of the 2012 ICI and The Dedalus Foundation Research Award are Maja Ciric and David Ayala Alfonso, who both participated in the Curatorial Intensive in New York in Fall 2010

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    In 2012, ICI partnered with SAHA and The Dedalus Foundation to offer awards for Curatorial Intensive Alumni in order to encourage the development of collaborative projects and a stronger network for exchange among alumni. The awards help facilitate curatorial research projects proposed by 2 alumni working together. The research must have a public component and awardees will post intermittent updates on their project on ICI’s online research platform.

    ICI/SAHA RESEARCH AWARD
    The first award is a collaboration between SAHA and ICI offering $3,000. The requirements to qualify for the ICI and SAHA Research Award for Curatorial Intensive Alumni are that the project involves a Turkish curator or artist, or that research will take place in Turkey.


    A Hittite relief of two bird headed gods, Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara

    Övül Durmu?o?lu and Mari Spirito have been awarded the ICI/SAHA Research Award with the project Ancient Works / Asar-? Atika, a one week research project at The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara, Turkey with artists Akram Zaatari, Nilbar Güres, and Rossella Biscotti. This archeological museum is one of the first institutions founded by the Turkish Republic,1920, as an attempt to historicize this new nation in relationship with its ancestors. Unusually, the area and cultures addressed by The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations reaches wide into the region. The Turkish term “Asar-? Atika” translates as Ancient Works and refers to the objects as art works and is also the name of a law aimed at protecting museums and ancient sites. This research seeks investigate the origins and resulting effects of these concepts, as well as the mediation of cultural bureaucracy by governing bodies. The artists and curators will work with the archive of texts, images, architecture, display design and objects. Each artist will work towards an individual proposal for a possible intervention of their own work in this or other archeological settings. The work will result in a Public Discussions about the Proposals in Ankara, Istanbul and New York – as well as shared research posted on ICI’s website.
    ABOUT THE AWARDEES
    Övül Durmusoglu is a curator and writer based in Berlin and Istanbul. As a Goethe Institute Fellow at Maybe Education and Public Programs for dOCUMENTA(13), she organized the programs, What is Thinking? Or a Taste That Hates Itself; Readers Circle: 100 Notes – 100 Thoughts; and Paper Mornings: Book Presentations at dOCUMENTA(13). Durmusoglu has contributed to different catalogues, publications, and magazines such as Frieze d/e, Flash Art International, and ment. Durmusoglu currently works as the curator of the festival, Sofia Contemporary 2013.

    Mari Spirito is the Founding Director of Protocinema, a transnational experiment making nomadic exhibitions in New York and Istanbul, and a nonprofit with a hands-on Education Program. Protocinema recently presented 121st Night, an event with Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Tristan Bera in Istanbul; early work by Gerard Byrne in a former Chinese deli in New York; and new work by Ahmet Ögüt in New York in partnership with Itinerant. Prior to Protocinema, Spirito was Director of 303 Gallery, New York for 12 years, where she worked on large-scale, site-specific works by Mike Nelson and Doug Aitken. Spirito is on the boards of Participant Inc., New York; New Art Dealers Alliance, New York; and Collectorspace, Istanbul.
    ICI/DEDALUS RESEARCH AWARD
    The second award is a collaboration between The Dedalus Foundation and ICI offering $4,000. The requirements to qualify for the ICI and Dedalus Foundation Research Award for Curatorial Intensive Alumni are that the project involves a U.S. curator or artist, or that research will take place in the United States.


    Bounty, curated by Natilee Harren and Chris Lipomi, Los Angeles 2012

    The winners of the 2012 ICI and The Dedalus Foundation Research Award are Maja ?iri? and David Ayala Alfonso, who both participated in the Curatorial Intensive in New York in Fall 2010. Inspired by Robert Motherwell’s practice that conquered unclaimed territories in the arts, this research proposal aims towards examining post-conceptual exhibition practices in the United States. The research will involve examining key exhibition histories and examples of post-conceptual curating; cross-referencing historical interviews, curatorial statements, and interpretive materials; archiving the findings in a digital database; and producing a scholarly article and curated booklet. We chose this proposal because of its conceptually rich ideas into new territory and because of the unique collaborative relationship between Alfonso and ?iri?. They come from diverse backgrounds, Colombian and Serbian, respectively, and maintain a fruitful and sustained conversation on curatorial practice from across the world.
    ABOUT THE AWARDEES
    David Ayala Alfonso is a Colombian curator, artist, and researcher. He works as Editor in Chief for em_rgencia, a peer-reviewed journal on contemporary art. His practice is focused on examining social movements, public policies, education, and media consumption through the lens of arts and visual culture. Ayala Alfonso has published writings on Colombian art history, arts education, independent spaces, performance, and artistic interventions in the public realm. He is also an occasional writer and translator for different academic publications. As part of Group 0,29, he has produced various performances and intervention projects in Colombia and Latin America. Recently, he has been awarded the annual Arts Publishing Prize from the cultural office of the City of Bogota and the Fulbright Grant for Colombian Artists to pursue graduate studies in the United States in 2013.

    Maja ?iri? is an independent curator and art critic. She is a citizen of both Belgrade, Serbia and transnationalrepublic.org. She has worked in Belgrade, New York, Vienna, San Diego, Dubai, and Shanghai. She says that her logic of practice cannot be defined by the dominant geopolitical structures and their impact on the art world; rather she tries to think about the art world differently, in terms of criticality and post-globalism. She is a recipient of the Lazar Trifunovic Award for Art Criticism (Belgrade), the CEC ArtsLink Independent Projects Award (New York), and the ISCP Curator Award (New York). Her areas of research span from curating as institutional critique through to the research of methodology and epistemology of curating, with special emphasis on the transnational circulation of ideas and curating.

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    September 11th, 2012carlosEventos, Noticias, residencias

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    Este jueves 13 de septiembre a las 17:00 hrs en el MUSEO ORGANOLÓGICO  y a las 19:30hrs en el BAR LIBERTY  de Valparaíso, se presentará el proyecto RADIO CONDOR, Cartografía Silente del artista Carlos Guzmán. Este proyecto es resultado del proceso de trabajo en su residencia en CRAC Valparaíso entre agosto y septiembre de 2012 gracias al apoyo de Idartes.

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    August 31st, 2012carlosEventos, Noticias

    Con la idea de que los artistas sean curadores de sus propias obras se realizó el salón regional zona centro La cooperativa en el Parqueadero del museo de Arte del Banco de la República en Bogotá.

    En este evento participa el grupo 0,29 quien junto a León Felipe Jiménez lleva a cabo el proyecto “The Trans”.

    Siga este enlace para ver la emisión que el programa “Optica” dedica al evento en el canal Prisma TV: http://www.prismatv.unal.edu.co/nc/detalle-serie/detalle-programa/article/la-cooperativa.html

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    August 20th, 2012carlosEventos, Noticias, residencias

    Por: CRAC Valparaíso

    Luiza Baldan (Rio de Janeiro) y Carlos Guzmán (Bogotá) que se encuentran en residencia en CRAC realizarán una serie de actividades en los próximos días que mostraran el proceso de sus trabajos y la activación de sus investigaciones en el contexto de Valparaíso.

    El lunes 20 de Agosto realizarán una presentación de sus trabajos en el Instituto de Arte de la Universidad católica de Valparaíso al interior de la clase del artista y profesor Peter Kroeger Claussen. La cita es a las 12:00hrs y la dirección es Calle Lusitania 68, Miraflores, Viña del Mar.

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    May 30th, 2012carlosNoticias, Proyectos

    Presentamos la cuarta edición de la revista {{em_rgencia} dedicada a los espacios y proyectos de autogestión en Bogotá y las Américas.

    Todas las ediciones disponibles en: http://www.emergenciaemergenciaemergencia.com
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    February 5th, 2012carlosNoticias

    Por: Secretaria de Cultura, Recreación y Deporte

    Entre plataformas virtuales, redes de trabajo y medios electrónicos, los consejeros apoyarán con sus iniciativas la participación y movilización del sector cultural para posicionar este tema en los Planes de Desarrollo Local. Conozca el proyecto ganador en Artes Plásticas.

    Carlos Felipe Guzmán, Consejero distrital de artes plásticas, es uno de los 9 ganadores de la convocatoria de Fomento a la participación del Sistema Distrital de Arte, Cultura y Patrimonio, iniciativa que contó con la participación de 57 consejeras y consejeros.

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    September 30th, 2011migueldesertoEventos, Noticias, Proyectos

    El jueves 29 de septiembre de 2011 se realizó la apertura de los proyectos de intervención de Carol Sabbadini, Ivonne Villamil y Julian Santana en LA 48, en el marco de Project For Empty Space: Bogotá. 0,29, en colaboración con el centro LA 48 en Bogotá y las Curadoras Meenakshi Thirukode y Jasmine Wahi de Project For Empty Space en Nueva York, se puso en marcha este proyecto dedicado a revitalizar espacios en desuso por medio de prácticas de arte contemporáneo. Dos semanas atrás se había realizado la apertura de la versión de Nueva York, en un lote del East Village. En el mes de Octubre se realizarán varias actividades alrededor de estos proyectos en las dos ciudades.

     

    Fotos: Cortesía de Beto Duran / Tool Kit

     

     

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