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17 юли 2009

Fwd: INDEPENDENT STUDIES PROGRAMME - Spain



> Call for applications
> The Independent Studies Programme at the MACBA
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> Deadline for the reception of applications:
> 2 October 2009
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> Applications are only accepted via regular mail:
> Independent Studies Programme - MACBA
> Plaça dels Àngels, 1
> 08001 Barcelona, Spain
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> For further information:
> pei@macba.cat
> www.macba.cat
> Telephone: (+34) 93 481 79 00
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> Call for applications
> The Independent Studies Programme at the MACBA
>
> Classes begin 14 January 2010 and end in December 2011.
>
> The Independent Studies Programme (PEI in its Spanish initials)
> explores the field of artistic practices that link art to the human
> sciences and to critical-social intervention. The Programme seeks to
> enhance students' capacity to participate in professional activities
> and their ability to articulate a critical position in regards to
> art and culture.
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> Subjects:
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> Critical Theory. Constitutes the backbone of the Programme and
> addresses the different methodologies, meta-languages and tools that
> have been constructed in order to approach the institution of art.
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> Political Imagination. Explores the link between aesthetic activity
> and forms of political action, going beyond insufficient notions of
> art as well as of politics.
>
> Economy and Culture. Seeks to investigate what has come to be called
> cognitive capitalism, a radical change of paradigm which is
> characterised by the centrality of immaterial and cognitive
> dimensions (among them, culture) in the processes of accumulation
> and value production.
>
> Post-urban Architecture. Explores the ways in which cities reveal
> themselves with increasing clarity as diffuse and complex wholes
> which acquire their true dimensions as meeting places and frontiers
> for the general trends of globalization and the particular pre-
> existing aspects of the local.
>
> Gender Technologies. Studies the complex theoretical legacy of
> feminist studies, which today constitute one of the central themes
> of any analysis of visibility.
>
> Strategies of Desire. Explores convergences and divergences between
> spaces of artistic creativity and those of psychotherapy.
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> Art, Visibility and Representation. Now covers a more extensive area
> for the study of art and visibility which, rather than being limited
> to historiographical discourse, begins with the understanding that
> art generates a specific form of knowledge and culture which needs
> to be addressed in a broader, cross-cutting and multidisciplinary way.
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> Core Faculty and Guest Lecturers:
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> Rosi Braidotti, Judith Butler, Douglas Crimp, Marcelo Expósito,
> David Harvey, Ana Longoni, Rita McBride, Chantal Mouffe, Francesc
> Muñoz, Beatriz Preciado, John Rajchman, Jacques Rancière, Emmanuel
> Rodríguez, Suely Rolnik and Allan Sekula.
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> Director: Xavier Antich
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> Assistant director: Manuel Asensi
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> Admission requirements: Applicants must have a university degree or
> equivalent and must have a good level of both Spanish and English.
> The classes are given in Spanish and English depending on the
> professor and the subject matter.
>
> Applicants to the Programme must provide the following information:
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> Application form (available at www.macba.cat)
> Personal statement (two pages)
> Curriculum vitae
> Two letters of recommendation
> A certified photocopy of the university degree
> A photocopy of the national ID card or passport
> Two passport-sized photographs
>
> Applications are only accepted via regular mail:
> Independent Studies Programme - MACBA
> Plaça dels Àngels, 1
> 08001 Barcelona, Spain
>
> Tuition for the full two years is €3,000.
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> Deadline for the reception of applications: 2 October 2009
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> For further information: pei@macba.cat / www.macba.cat
> Telephone: (+34) 93 481 79 00
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> Image: Rita McBride. Sand (detail), 1997. MACBA Collection.
> Consorcio Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona. © Rita McBride,
> 2009. Photo: Tony Coll.
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