Ways of producing, manipulating, storing and exchanging images are not only multiplying in number and producing new forms, they are also modulating the way we see them, creating, enquiring and playing like never before. Sharing finds, routes and research is much more than cloning files; it is transmitting imaginaries and, with them, the processes that led to their discovery. In a dialogue with the public, Jorge Luis Marzo (historian, curator and whatever’s needed) and Félix Pérez-Hita (producer, screenplay writer and video editor) share their personal archive of images, audios, videos and Internet bookmarks, offering a personal vision, an account that seeks to give meaning to the exorbitant flood and chaotic contents of the web.
12 April 2012
1 session: 4 € / Concessions: 3 € /
5-session pass: 15 € / Concessions: 12 €
Friends of the CCCB: free of charge
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