The travelling exhibition GAUR(sic), which includes our video Work in Progress, has arrived to the last stop: it will be inaugurated today in Santiago de Chile, where it will be displayed until February 15. This is the eighth stop for the exhibition that has also visited London, Managua, Montevideo, Tegucigalpa, San José, Mexiko DF, Córdoba and Santiago de Chile.

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Nacida en Markina-Xemein (Bizkaia) una y en Delft (Países Bajos) el otro, Iratxe Jaio y Klaas van Gorkum son una pareja de artistas visuales que llevan más de diez años trabajando juntos en Rotterdam. Como compañeros procedentes de tan diferente entorno geográfico y social, comparten entre ellos un sentido de dislocación y un especial interés en aquello que dibuja una identidad cultural. Entre sus exposiciones individuales, destacan “Los márgenes de la fábrica” (2014), en ADN Platform, de Barcelona; o “Réinventer le monde (autour de l’usine)” (2013), en el FRAC (Le Fonds régional d'art contemporain) de Aquitaine.

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The lawyer often compared the justice system to theatre. He understood that there was a performative logic to the nature of law, which was the result of the fundamental indeterminacy of legal discourses. It allowed him to transform a political trial from a mere instrument of power into a cultural artefact that was capable of provoking a public reflection on hegemonic norms and transforming the law itself. “A trial is a place of metamorphosis,” he was known to say, “Joan of Arc wouldn’t have been a saint without her trial.”

Open! has just published our text on the historical and didactic nature of the political trial. Read an excerpt below.

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24-10-14 to 18-01-15, San Telmo Museum, Donostia - San Sebastián

Our installation "Work in Progress" will be shown in "Suturak, Cerca de lo próximo", an extensive exhibition on contemporary Basque art at the San Telmo Museum. The show, realized in collaboration with Artium, Basque Museum-Center for Contemporary Art, aims to contextualise the strategies with which art and artists relate to their environment, emphasizing their capacity to translate and shape the construction of identity and community.

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On Saturday, we are giving an artist's talk at Tabakalera, where we will present "Últimas Palabras", a video piece filmed in Argentina in 2013.

25 October 2014, 12:00
SUKALDEA
Duque de Mandas, 32 (Bajos de la Torre Atocha)
20012 Donostia-San Sebastián

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As Turkey places its cities under curfew to disperse the protests against the advance of the IS into Kobanê, the organisation of the upcoming Mardin Biennial issues a statement, postponing the event until further notice. As artists invited to participate in this biennial, we respect this decision, and express our support for the team:

"We now hear a cry that is greater than our voices and it comes from Kobanê. Kobanê that stands ever so firmly against the barbarism of its attackers has become the bleeding wound in the hearts of all those who live in this region. We would have liked to carry out the 3rd International Mardin Biennial as originally planned, but we know that in order for the voice of Kobanê to be heard, we need to go quiet and make all necessary efforts for its voice to be heard more. We are not afraid. On the contrary, we are hopeful that Kobanê’s voice will indeed be heard. That is why we have decided to postpone until further notice the 3rd International Mardin Biennial, which was supposed to take place between October 17 and November 17. It will take place in near future for the sufferings which take place right in front us to be seen and heard."

Mardin Cinema Association Döne Otyam, Ferhat Özgür, Fırat Arapoğlu, Mehmet Baran, Sait Tunç, Mesut Alp, Fikret Atay, Hakan Irmak, Ferhat Satıcı, Hülya Özdemir, Claudia Segura, Canan Budak, Can Bulgu

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De positie van de kunstenaar binnen de samenleving is steeds in flux: van kroniekschrijver tot romantisch genie, van verteller tot provocateur. Vandaag de dag is de kunstenaar steeds meer belast met het oplossen van de kwalen van de samenleving. Is de progressieve politiek van de kunstenaar verstrikt geraakt in de neoliberale val? Zo ja, hoe en met welke middelen? Wat voor soort kunst levert het op en welke vormen van verzet kunnen we ontdekken? - Publieke programma op 16 oktober 2014, om 20.00 in TENT Rotterdam, Witte de Withstraat 50.

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Welcome to Belfast will be screening in Artium, Basque Museum-Center of Contemporary Art, in the show Invisible Violence curated by Zoran Erić, Blanca de la Torre and Seamus Kealy. The exhibition is coproduced by Artium, Basque Museum-Centre of Contemporary Art, Vitoria, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade. This collaboration involves two distinct but jointly curated exhibitions and the first one opened to the public last spring in Belgrade.

Opening: September 11, friday, 8 pm
September 11, 2014 - January 12, 2015

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September 4 – November 16 2014, TENT Rotterdam
Opening 4 September 17:00

The Value of Nothing onderzoekt de werking en consequenties van de logica van de markt als voornaamste waardesysteem in onze samenleving. De markt en geld zijn graadmeters voor het bepalen van waarde, maar wat wordt er dan precies gemeten, en wat wordt over het hoofd gezien? Wat zijn andere vormen van economische uitwisseling en wat betekent dat voor de voorwaarden en beleving van waarde die zich daarin manifesteert? En wat is eigenlijk de rol van kunst hierin?

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This summer, we'll be spending some time at Azala, a residency in the mountains of Álava, Basque Country. Apart from gazing at the wonderful view from our cabin, we'll resume our work on the trial as the stage and choreography of conflict, investigating the intersections between art and law. The residency is in three parts, which will allow us to continue working on this throughout 2015.

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