For the last four years, Serafín Álvarez has been working with pupils following a baccalaureate course focusing on the arts to give them insights into contemporary art by introducing them to professional working processes and by encouraging critical thinking about artistic creation. This academic year, the pandemic has disrupted everything.Continue reading Orbiting in a Room
A city oasis, great views, surprising architecture, exciting artworks…Most of Fundació Joan Miró visitors comments are showed emotionally. We would like to share all these feelings throughout this post to take stock of 2019.Continue reading A city oasis
Museums and art centres are taking on an increasingly active role in listening to their visitors’ opinions. Learning how to analyse their users’ comments allows them to gain a better knowledge of their public and to measure the impact of the contents the museum offers.
This post is only a poetic reflection, a counterpoint to the cold analysis of the data and the indicators that were collected in the Fundació’s spaces throughout the summer of 2018.Continue reading Anonymity
In the 1990s, the French critic and curator Nicolas Bourriaud laid the groundwork for the concept of relational art in his essay Esthétique relationnelle (Les presses du réelle, 1998). According to Bourriaud, the work of art is now presented ‘as a “duration” that must be experienced, as an invitation to unlimited dialogue.’
Following this approach, which emphasizes the viewer’s relationship to the art object, Jordi J. Clavero, the head of the Fundació Joan Miró’s Education Department, considers the concept of a work of art and its constant mutation as it is experienced first-hand by each one of its viewers.Continue reading The Perplexed Object