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Cinema and Video

The audiovisual programs are intended to counteract the predominant model of the black cube, even at a time in which both film and video have become fully integrated and dissolved into contemporary art museums. Their aim is to explore the projected image using different formats and discourses: historical series that broaden – and question – the narrations told by the Collection, retrospectives that draw attention to other stories in the audiovisual history and programs that examine the close links that film and video have with contemporary artistic practices. At the same time, this programming seeks to define a space for film and video outside of the usual circuits, describing itineraries distinct from the spectacle and its derivatives.    

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  • Richard Hamilton. Swingeing London 67. Lithography, 1968-69. © R. Hamilton. All Rights Reserved, VEGAP, Madrid, 2014
    19, 26, 30 September and 9 October, 2014 - 7:00 p.m.

    What is it that makes Pop so different, so attractive?

    Art and popular culture in a world undergoing a transformation

    Seminars and conferences Seminar

    Appropriating the theme raised by Richard Hamilton in his well-known 1956 collage, this seminar examines the crossover between artistic practices and popular culture that gave rise to multiple phenomena associated with Pop Art. With participation from Kerstin Stakemeier, Eloy Fernández Porta, Diedrich Diederichsen and Benjamin Buchloh.

  • Luis López Carrasco. El futuro. Film, 2013
    22 September-22 October, 2014 - 7 p.m.
    Cinema and video Film series

    This film season continues a series of programmes that have addressed the change to structures, narrations and methods of film-making in recent Spanish cinema. With three editions to date, The Memory of Disrepute develops, through double sessions, how other cinema invents its own genealogy, exercising a discontinuous and partisan history of recent cinema.

  • Exhibition view Richard Hamilton, 2014
    8 - 9 October, 2014
    Seminars and conferences Seminar Lecture

    Author of an exhaustive and powerful work that analyses the changing role of the Neo-avantgarde in post-war society and considers the critical possibilities of the art institution, Benjamin Buchloh conducts this latest edition of master lectures. This year’s format is made up of a research seminar and lecture.

  •  Zanny Begg and Oliver Ressler. The Right of Passage. HD Video, 2013. Image courtesy of the artists
    12 November - 4 December, 2014
    Cinema and video Film series

    The presence of the spectral keeps track of film, sound and literary representations and defines the poetics of repressed persistence, continuities between somewhere out of place and out of time. This series explores a selection of alterations in the recent image in movement, bearing the prints of a disturbing past, whilst also imagining a future that learns to live with such ghosts.

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