Lotty Rosenfeld. Mil millas de Cruces sobre el Pavimento, Santiago, 1979
CADA, No +, 1983
Señalamiento I, Manojo de semáforos, 1968
Carlos Ginzburg, Tierra, 1971
Hexágono ’71 dg, La Plata, 1974
Grup de Treball, Solidarity with the Workers' Movement, 1973
Walden 7 residential complex, Barcelona, 1970-75

Vivid radical memory

Conceptual practices from the 1960s to the 1980s
under the conditions of communist regimes and military dictatorships in Europe and Latin America

Online Data base

Workshop: 28. – 30. September 2007
Daniel García Andújar (Barcelona), Tere Badia (Barcelona), Lazlo Beke (Budapest), Ramón Castillo (Santiago de Chile), Hans D. Christ (Stuttgart), Fernando Davis (La Plata), Iris Dressler (Stuttgart), Miguel Lopez (Lima), Antonio Mercader (Barcelona), Cordelia Marten (Berlin), Ivan Orellana (Barcelona), Miklos Peternak (Budapest), Ileana Pintilie (Cluj), Valentín Roma (Barcelona), Valery Rubinstein (Barcelona), Annamaria Szöke (Budapest)

See also: Texts/Textos (English, Espagñol)

The vivid radical memory project initiated by the University of Barcelona in co-operation with Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart and the Center for Culture and Communication (C3) in Budapest focuses on the conceptual practices from the 1960s to the 1980s that evolved under the conditions of communist regimes and military dictatorships in Europe and Latin America. The project begins by exploring the gaps in the reception of global conceptualism, in addition highlighting the few present, but complex networks forged between the art scenes of both continents.
In view of the fact that a number of curators, art theorists and artists from Europe and Latin America are currently examining these gaps in great depth, the project was linked up with a decentralised network from the outset.

The aim of vivid radical memory (November 2006 – November 2007) is to create an online database that will make the material researched during the project publicly available. After an initial workshop in Barcelona (May 2007) there will be two further meetings as part of this project in Stuttgart (September 28-30, 2007) and Budapest (October 2007).

The aim of the workshop in Stuttgart is also to prepare an exhibition that is planned as a follow-up project to vivid radical memory in summer 2009 (May - August) at Württembergischer Kunstverein.

A joint project by
University of Barcelona, C3 Center for Culture & Communication Foundation, Budapest, Württembergischer Kunstverein
Supported by
European Commission, Cultur 2000

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