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The Way We Are Made

On the occasion of the exhibition The Way Things Do, which celebrates the 30th anniversary of Fischli and Weiss’s iconic filmThe Way Things Go at the Fundació Joan Miró, Ivan Pintor looks at the way the Swiss duo’s film and the works by the young artists taking part in the exhibition connect with the comic strip and cinema tradition.

Ivan Pintor holds a PhD in Audiovisual Communication from Pompeu Fabra University and specialises in comparative cinema, audiovisual narrative and the history of the comic strip. In his article, Pintor investigates how chain reactions, constant motion and technological complexity have been addressed from Rube Goldberg’s cartoons and the weekly comic TBO to slapstick and science fiction films.

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Art for the Next Generation

LACMA (the Los Angeles County Museum of Art) is an example of a museum that opened up to young people and to its local community, giving priority to collective experimentation and learning. Its Arts for NexGen project has had a major impact on a highly diverse social environment.

Cultural manager, fundraiser and independent consultant Anna Fabra felt particularly drawn to this endeavour. She lives in Los Angeles and is a regular visitor to the museum. Above and beyond her experience as a user, she has chosen to delve further into the reasons for the project’s success and consider how a similar experience could be carried over to Barcelona.

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