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Presentation and discussion days
Campo Adentro 2012/13

Within the Residence Program in 2012, eleven artists have developed a project in various shelters in rural spread throughout Spain. The final works and conclusions that have generated these experiences are presented in this exhibition.

In addition, from March Thursday 21 to Sunday 24, Matadero Madrid will hold a series of meetings and discussions between artists, project workers and a forum of experts in various disciplines formed by Jeromo Aguado, José Albelda, Daniel López y Antonio Viñas, which will serve both as an evaluation of the projects in 2012 as a reflection on the issue of rural nowadays. The presentation and discussion sessions are part of The Ecologies of Art and New Landscapes Study Group that Campo Adentro starts, accompanied by a sound program by Jose Luis Carles and Cristina Palmese in collaboration with Abraham Rivera, an audiovisual program, and a gourmet-sound laboratory.

Jornadas de evaluación + muestras de proyecto
Jornadas de evaluación + muestras de proyecto
23 marzo 2013, Matadero Madrid
23 marzo 2013, Matadero Madrid
Jornadas de convivencia en matadero, © Lorena Fernández
Jornadas de convivencia en matadero, © Lorena Fernández

21 de Marzo

Music Hangar, Matadero Madrid

4 pm
Show opening

4–6 pm
Sound Program:The mountains of Guadarrama: cattle breeders, an environmental education. Bernaldez and the legacy of the Institution of Free Education

6–8 pm
Presentation and discussions:
Mario García Torres in conversation with Josefa Cortés, Vostell Museum Director, Alfredo Aguilera, Mayor of Malpartida de Cáceres, and Joao Fernandes, Deputy Director of the Reina Sofia Museum.

Susana Velasco in conversation with Fernando Bono (RutadelArte, Huelva)

Tasting of Extremadura's typical products.

8–10 pm
Audiovisual program:
Interview with John Berger (2012)
Our Daily Bread (2005)

22 de Marzo

Music Hangar, Matadero Madrid

4 pm
Show Opening

4–6 pm
Sound Program: Rhythms, cycles and chores: the times of art, agriculture and rural environments

6–8 pm
Presentation and discussions:
With special appearance by the research unit of Paris SPEAP directed by Bruno Latour in collaboration with Factum Arte

Patricia Esquivias

Barbara Fluxá J.Bernal, F. Martin In conversation with Patricia Travieso (La Vera, Cáceres) and Tonia Raquejo (School of Fine Arts in Madrid)

Paco Arroyo in conversation with Moya Quim (CalGras, Barcelona)

8–10 pm
Musical Performance with Paco Arroyo along with the formation of the Colla Grallers (Avinyó, Barcelona)

23 de Marzo

Music Hangar, Matadero Madrid

11 pm
Show opening

12–14 pm
Sound Program: Sound Ethnology, Geography and History. The perception of a place through its sound; identity and new expressions. The new oral tradition, from rural Spain to indigenous peoples.

14–16,30 pm
Gourmet-sound Laboratory (by invitation)

18–20 pm
Presentation and discussions:
Jose Preira and Max Fernandes, members of WochenKlausur, in conversation with José M. Cifuentes (Sanabria, Zamora)

Asunción Molinos Gordo, in conversation with Ambrosio Molinos, farmer and mayor of Guzmán (Burgos)

Carmen Cañibano accompanied by neighbors of Prado (Zamora)

22.30–23 pm
Projection of the film Cursed village, by Florian Rey (1930) accompanied on piano by Jaime López

24 de Marzo

Music Hangar, Matadero Madrid

11 pm
Show opening

12–14 pm
Sound Program: The hubbub of rural struggles; sound archive of the peasant struggle; radio, communication, creation and propaganda.

14–16,30 pm
Gourmet-sound Laboratory (by invitation)

16,30–18 pm
Conclusions

INLAND STATION  14, 15 and 16 February.

Inland Station is a project that presents the cultural strategy undertaken by Inland - Campo Adentro for the re-assessment of the relations between city and countryside as well as the study and development of new contexts and functions for Contemporary Art. During ARCO Art Fair, a selection of projects will be exhibited alongside documentation of the results of the production phase during the several artist's residencies conducted throughout the Spanish countryside. The events program at Matadero Madrid will include discussions with the artists and neighbours and performances. Food will be served daily with tastings of products and dishes from several participating regions.

14 February

ARCOmadrid 2013, ARCO Foundation Room Pavillion 8

12.30–14.00 h
The Future of Art: peripheries, use value and social change
Roundtable with Can Altay (artist), Annie Fletcher (VanAbbe Museum), Alistair Hudson (Grizedale Arts), Vasif Kortun (SALT Istambul), Chus Martinez (chief curator Museo del Barrio NY), Laura Raicovich (Creative Time NY), moderated by Fernando García Dory

* Previous professional accreditation

Matadero Madrid, Hangar 16.2

19–23 h
Opening

19–20 h
Presentation of School for Tourists
with Emma Smith, with Emma Smith and neighbours from Casares (Málaga), Alistair Hudson (Grizedale Arts)

20–21 h
Presentation of Ich bin gerne Bauer und möchte es auch gerne bleiben–I like being a farmer and would like to stay one
by Antje and neighbours and mayors from Encartaciones (Vizcaya)

Dinner served: a traditional putxero from Encartaciones and Txacoli wine, and artisan Casares cheese.

15 February

Matadero Madrid,
Hangar 16.2

11–20 h
Exhibition hours

16–20 h
Emma Smith at information desk of School of Tourists

20–23 h
Presentation of the work of Can Altay
developed in Carrícola (Valencia), and discussion with neighbours, Charles Esche (Van Abbe Museum), Vasif Kortun (SALT Istanbul), and Laura Raicovich (Creative Time NY)

Dinner served from Valencian horticultural products and wines and chufa beer.

DJ Session– Exotic?: rural music from the last 100 years from the 5 continents, selected by Abraham Rivera (ECO Programmer).

16 February

Matadero Madrid,
Hangar 16.2

11–20 h
Exhibition hours

16–20 h
Emma Smith at information desk of School of Tourists

20–23 h
A hectare of land is handed over to whoever offers to cultivate it
during the presentation of Carmen Cañibano’s project Working time(s). In conversation with representatives of the Plataforma Rural, Jesus Carrillo (Museo Reina Sofia) and Manuela Villa (Matadero Madrid)

Tasting of Castillian dishes prepared by artists EspadayMonleón.

Presentation of the new platform Ecologies of Art and New Landscapes Research Group, to be conducted by Campo Adentro in Matadero Madrid, in collaboration of the Use of Art network, along with the project for a new centre of Rural Approaches New Garden of Dahlias.

DJ Session– Exotic?: rural music from the last 100 years from the 5 continents, selected by Abraham Rivera (ECO Programmer).

Nave de música, Matadero © LN
Nave de música, Matadero © LN
Nave de música, Matadero © LN
Nave de música, Matadero © LN