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Prior reservation is required for the exhibition and the talk.

CCCB 30 Years

Weekend of Music, Installations and Open Doors

Free

The CCCB’s birthday is 24 February, and throughout the whole weekend we’ll be celebrating the fact that we’re just 30 years old and want to have lots more birthdays. And we’ll be doing it with music, a conversation, open doors to the exhibition and the Mirador, and two installations created by the Estampa collective using artificial intelligence.

Friday 23 February

20:00 – 23:00 | Open doors to the exhibition “AI: Artificial Intelligence”. Free admission subject to prior reservation.

20:00 – 24:00 | Hall | <3Or tresor party. 
We’re celebrating community, meeting, music and pleasure as an act for building a future more focused on care and collectivity, and less hyperstimulated and individualistic. The <3Or tresor party, lined up by DJ Meritxell de Soto, starts with an open jam organized by Opi Melissa. Taking part are Me siento extraña (DJ set), LaFrancesssa (live concert) and Latineo (DJ session). Oscila is in charge of light design and Safe Amorx (awareness team) of accompaniment. A bar service will be provided. Free admission until complete capacity.

Saturday 24 February

11:00 – 20:00 | We open up the Mirador CCCB, an emblematic space offering fabulous views of the city of Barcelona. Free admission.

11:00 – 20:00 | Opening of “The Infinite Talk” and “Question Time”, experiments with the CCCB Archive created by Estampa collective using artificial intelligence. Artistic installations with free access in the Pati de les Dones courtyard and the foyer. Free admission.

11:00 – 23:00 | Open doors to the exhibition “AI: Artificial Intelligence”. Free admission subject to prior reservation.

17:45 – 19:15 | Teatre CCCB | "Living in Bewildering Times", with Carolin Emcke, Ricard Solé and Judit Carrera. 
In this conversation, two leading figures from the world of philosophy and science will be talking with the director of the CCCB, Judit Carrera, to ask questions about life and death, language and memory, imagination and truth. In the present-day context of uncertainty, Carolin Emcke and Ricard Solé explore the fertile ground between two disciplines that share a desire to interpret the complexity of the world by means of critical sense. Sold out.

20:00- 21:00 | Hall | HYPER_O, concert by Carles Viarnès with visuals by Alba G. Corral. 
Two hyperorgans built specially for the occasion preside over the stage of Hyper_O. Musician Carles Viarnès plays the two instruments using keyboards and sequencers, making them relate to a digital environment and opening up their range of sounds and textures. The musical universe of Hyper_O strikes up a dialogue with the work of visual artist Alba G. Corral. Together they create a sensorial universe that explores the beauty of the uselessness of art and invites us to reflect on the relativity of time. A bar service will be provided. Free admission until complete capacity.

Sunday 25 February

11:00 – 20:00 | “The Infinite Talk” and “Question Time”, experiments with the CCCB Archive created by Estampa collective using artificial intelligence. Artistic installations with free access in the Pati de les Dones courtyard and the foyer. Free admission.

11:00 – 20:00 | Open doors to the exhibition “AI: Artificial Intelligence”. Free admission subject to prior reservation.

11:00 – 20:00 | We open up the Mirador CCCB, an emblematic space offering fabulous views of the city of Barcelona. Free admission.

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Carolin Emcke and Ricard Solé

Living in Bewildering Times

Two eminent representatives from the domains of philosophy and science meet to formulate questions about life and death, language and memory, and imagination and truth.

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HYPER_O, concert by Carles Viarnès with visuals by Alba G. Corral

CCCB 30 Years

 The musical universe of Hyper_O strikes up a dialogue with the work of visual artist Alba G. Corral. Together they create a sensorial universe that explores the beauty of the uselessness of art and invites us to reflect on the relativity of time.

Watch the video

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