Posts From the yearly archives: "2014"

Agency calls forth Thing 002115 (Promenades en Pays Basque) from its ‘list of things’ for EL CONTRATO exhibition in AlhóndigaBilbao. Thing 002115 (Promenades en Pays Basque) concerns a dispute between Les Ballets Basques Oldarra de Biarritz and Europa Est over the record Promenades en Pays Basque. The album included recordings of interpretations of folk…(Read More)

Ever since Bulegoa zenbaki barik opened in November 2010, we’ve been compiling a photographic and sound record of our public activities. We conceive the sound archive we’ve built up over the past four years not only as a mere record of what has taken place, but as a central element for our office…(Read More)

On a screen on one side of the room is the first scene in film history: Workers Leaving The Lumière Factory in Lyon (Louis Lumière, 1895): workers leaving the factory as the audience enter the theatre. While the actors develop the manifold forms of dissolution of the working subject before the audience, we…(Read More)

In summer this year we invited Lorea Alfaro to produce something for One Wall Productions. She responded with an intervention on the Bulegoa z/b wall. PARETARA is the first part of a work whose second part, PARETARA BI, subtitled Me salva tu piel (Your skin saves me) will be shown at Galería Carreras…(Read More)

“Revolution cannot be the mere expropriation of capital, the seizing of the means of production by or on behalf of the working class. It must be the direct destruction of the self-reproducing relation in which workers, as workers — and capital, as self-valorising value — are and come to be. The revolution will be Communist…(Read More)

Works such as Hannah Wilke’s self-portraits during her cancer therapy, Mona Hatoum’s “inform portraits” in her Corps étranger video installation, or Marilène Oliver’s Family Portrait, to name but a few, focused attention on the medical view of the body in order to discuss the relationship between corporeality and gender politics…(Read More)

“For the last five years, I’ve been looking at notions of the image and visual language, because they take you to the body and its capacity to perform. These ideas give me a way to think about the body and performing or staging at the same time. I’ve been working in my research…(Read More)