CPS – ¿The Rest is History?

Research, planning tool and masterplan for Manifesta 8, Murcia and Cartagena, 2010

Exhibitions and Venues

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Overview of exhibitions

CPS’s focus on media production and distribution of information is carried out through the use of television, radio, press and internet as exhibition spaces; in addition to this, we also want the audience being able to engage with a more physical dimension. Thus we work with artists whose practices, projects and interests resides in a ‘diagonal’ take on mass media information, communication, representation and education.

For these contributions we plan to use more artistic platforms such as dedicated and non dedicated art venues, workshops facilities and off-site programmes such residencies, events and performances.

Old prison San Anton (Cartagena)– site specific A/V installations (see also outcome of residency), exhibition + talks and performances on mass media visual tradition / media’s relationship with the construction of identity, locations and lives.

• MURAM Regional Museum of Modern Art (Cartagena) – exhibitions + projects on the ‘constructedness’ of visual tradition / how we are taught to see besides being taught to read and write

• MUBAM (Murcia) – exhibition (see outcome of prison workshops) +installation and projects on and on media’s relationship with the formation of ‘reality’

Los Molinos – Museum of Water Culture (Murcia) – exhibition related to the city’s heritage locations and culture and how it is represented in the public sphere.

In addition two Media Lounges located in the Old prison San Anton (Cartagena)) and Los Molinos – Museum of Water Culture (Murcia) in which to screen/play/stream/read the TV, radio, internet and printed productions that CPS produces for M8, making accessible for a non-Spanish audience the works geenrated for the regional media platforms.

Written by cpsman8

November 25, 2009 at 10:51 am

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