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I+C+i. GLOBAL SCREEN. Open process

Debate

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“Global screen. When the screen becomes the world / When the world becomes a screen” is an exhibition that the CCCB will be presenting in June 2011 to address the theme of the screen’s power and the way in which this power is shifting from the cinema to the various 21st century forms of screen, in an expository interpretation of the essay of the same name by Gilles Lipovetsky and Jean Serroy.

This session of I+C+i will be devoted to starting work on the exhibition, as curators and contributors embark on a dialogue and a process of exchange about the certainties and the dilemmas involved in the process.


PROGRAMME


4.30-6.30 p.m. The Battle of the Screens. With Luis Cerveró and Félix Pérez-Hita.


The battle of the screens is an audiovisual dialogue format in which speakers alternate to spontaneously present works of their own and by other people in order to illustrate their likes and their findings. This is a great exercise for showcasing, live, the way content, container and interfaces feed on and fuel each other on the Internet.


Luis Cerveró and Félix Pérez-Hita pit their imaginaries against each other in a cascade of images illustrating the various aspects that could be included in the exhibition.


7-9 p.m. Round table: “Global screen”. With Andrés Hispano, Celeste Araujo, Leónidas Martín and Fernando de Felipe.


Presentation of the “Global screen” project by Andrés Hispano, co-curator of the exhibition, who will be accompanied by Celeste Araujo and Leónidas Martín, to launch a dialogue about the contemporary audiovisual scene, based not so much on its content as its omnipresence, accessibility and significance.


THE DEBATE CONTINUES AT ICIONLINE.

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Interview with Andrés Hispano

Co-curator of "Global Screen"

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