Yo, misil

Date:
26 May, 2014 @ 17:00 – 31 May, 2014 @ 18:00
Venue:
Cercle Artístic de Sant Lluc
Carrer Mercaders
42,08003 Barcelona
Spain
Yo, misil @ Cercle Artístic de Sant Lluc | Barcelona | Catalonia | Spain

Artists: Harun Farocki, David Bestué, Santiago Vich, Xavier Ristol, Ingrid Skovgaard, Francesc Ruíz Abad, Aniol Fernández, Bárbara Sánchez.

Curatorial team: Caterina Almirall, Blanca del Río, Mariella Franzoni, Lidia Gónzález Alija, Antonella Medici, Javier Moreno López, Asunción Paterna, Georgia Theologi, Jordi Vernis.

Coordination: Olga Sureda

Yo, misil is an exhibition carried out within the seminar ON MEDIATION. Theories and curatorial practices in the global art. The show reconsiders the idea of life trajectory, which is subjected to impositions and conventions, as well as unpredictable deviations and drifts. Thus, the missile path is a metaphor of an individual’s planned life trajectory, driven by social constraints and expectations. In the same way, the idea of a deflected missile, out of the control of the military device that has launched it, refers to a drifted life trajectory, as a result of the failure of a plan or of the rejection of an imposed condition.

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The wild city. Discover the real secret Barcelona

Artist: Bárbara Sánchez (Lleida, 1987)

Saturday, May 31st at 12pm. in the middle of Plaça Catalunya.

Tour guide: Mamadou Kheraba.

Bike tour -if you don’t have a bike, we rent it for you (1.50€ / per hour) -. Duration about 5 hours. The tour is free.

We’ll take a break and have a picnic, bring something to eat and share.

Reservation:reservas.ciudadsalvaje@gmail.com / (0034) 679 57 12 40

The activity is presented as a Barcelona tourist route through which the life conditions of African immigrant people in the city will be shown. This event not only breaks tourism itineraries to give voice to other invisible facets of Barcelona, ​​but at the same time puts into dialogue the concept of tourism with the one of immigration, the latter related to the failure of the “European dream” and therefore to the idea of drift from a predetermined path.

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