Excess and wealth in the artis's books. A bookshelf of my own library. Complexity as a method: from the artist's book to the new dimensions of serialized art

Date of holding: 13/02/2014
Video language: Spanish
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Part II

Art, social impact and commitment is the title of a paper with Dr. Fine Arts and professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Granada and multidisciplinary artist Isidro López- Aparicio, inaugurated the seminar Friday Art and social articulation : Communication from the difference in the Faculty of Fine Arts Pontevedra. The conference in which López- Aparicio recounted his experience as curator Artifariti , International Art Encounters and Human Rights in Western Sahara , which develop annually in the Sahrawi refugee camps in Tindouf , marked the beginning of a seminar devoted to the study of the capabilities of the art in the field of education and culture . This initiative forms part of the program Art as hypothesis Beacon project under the Campus del Mar, from a series of actions which are intended to promote a bilateral relationship between Fine Arts and University will be deployed precisely because it places art in its relationship with other disciplines in the critical discussion of so-called knowledge societies. End of the lecture: Excess and wealth in the artis's books. A bookshelf of my own library. Complete lecture: Complexity as a method: from the artist's book to the new dimensions of serialized art

Ms. Anne Heyvaert
Artist and professor of Fine Arts, University of Vigo
Mr. Leszek Brogowski
Professor and researcher within the research group Arts: pratiques et poétiques, Université de Rennes
Ms. Silvia García
Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Vigo, University of Vigo
Mr. Javier Tudela
Artist and Professor of Fine Arts, University of Vigo
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