From 14 July to 11 September 2017
On the occasion of the exhibition The Way Things Do, Ivan 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.
about "The Way We Are Made"
What do the Fundació Joan Miró and the Spanish Republican Pavilion at the 1937 World Fair in Paris have in common? El globus vermell will answer this and other questions on the first Sunday of every month.
Free activity, included in the admission price. Catalan: at 12.30 pm | English: at 11 am
about "Free Guided Tour of the Building"
Curators Serafín Álvarez and Martina Millà talk about The Way Things Do, an exhibition that revisits the film The Way Things Go by Fischli and Weiss on the occasion of its thirtieth anniversary. The show includes three installations by upcoming artists and a screening of the film by the Swiss artist pair.
about "The Way Things Do"
Fruit Belt explores the notion of the extreme domestication of nature through the natural respiration process of apples and a series of "post-harvest" technologies designed to delay the deterioration of fruit.
about "Martin Llavaneras talks about his project at Espai 13"
Joan Miró is one of the most important artists of the twentieth century. His simple forms and primary colours forged a highly personal artistic universe.
Free activity, included in the admission price. Catalan: Saturdays at 12.30 pm | Spanish: Saturdays at 11 am | English: Thursdays at 1 pm
about "Free Guided Tour of the Joan Miró Collection"
Joan Brossa always quoted the principle of his much-admired Fregoli: ’art is life and life is transformation.’ Cloe Masotta takes this premise out into the streets, knowing that at any moment she may encounter an object, a text, a shadow or a colour that attracts her and that she can seize with her cell phone.
about "From a Pixel a Poem"