Domènec: Visita a la Casa Bloc

20 de marzo de 2016 a las 17h
Jardins de la Casa Bloc, 08030 Barcelona (Barcelona)
Organiza ADN Platform

Visitaremos el complejo arquitectónico de la Casa Bloc con Domènec para analizar uno de los paradigmas utópicos de la vida en común que sigue vivo en Barcelona.

La Casa Bloc (1933-1939) es la gran obra racionalista realizada por el GATCPAC (concretamente por J.. L.. Sert, J. B; Subirana y J. Torres Clavé). Cinco bloques, un solo cuerpo con planta en Z, bien comunicado y equipado, además de contar con zonas para juegos o jardines.

Los proyectos de vivienda social forman uno de los ámbitos donde se hacen más patentes las contradicciones entre el programa ideológico de la Modernidad y su realidad política. Domènec revisa críticamente ese ámbito en “Dom Kommuna: manuales de arquitectura doméstica para la vida en común”; exposición aún vigente en ADN Platform.

Nos encontraremos a las 17h en los jardines de Casa Bloc, donde se hará la visita. No hace falta reservar cita previamente.

Visita comentada a l’exposició Jerusalem ID

Dissabte 15 a les 19:00h
Visita comentada a l’exposició a càrrec de Marta Ramoneda, antropòloga, fotoperiodista i membre de Mapasonor i Domènec

Jerusalem ID. Mapasonor + Domènec
Sales d’exposicions de Can Palauet, MAC – Mataró Art Contemporani
(Carrer d’en Palau, 32 Mataró).

Jerusalem ID. Mapasonor + Domènec

Sales d’Exposicions de Can Palauet, Mataró

30/09/16 > 27/11/16.

This Friday, September 30 at 19.30, the exhibition “Jerusalem ID” will be opened in the Exhibition Halls of Can Palauet of Mataró (street d’en Palau, 32 Mataró).

The exhibition is the result of 10 years of intermittent collaboration between the group of documentary film producers Mapasonor and Domènec, from the confluence of interests and experiences around the city of Jerusalem and the context of Palestine / Israel.

The exhibition, divided into three blocks, presents a series of video works of Mapasonor, the Domènec’s project “Real Estate” and the video “Jerusalem ID” (30 ‘, 2015), a visual essay about the text “The Monster’ s Tail” of Ariella Azoulay and Adi Ophir, made in collaboration.

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