¿Cómo imaginar una musea?

Cómo imaginar una musea? Un programa pública experimental que intenta imaginar el museo desde una practica transfeminista

1. La musea: How does she keep it going?

Domingo 12 noviembre 11.00 – 14.00; Espai nyamnyam, carrer de pallars 94, barcelona

Co-hosted by Eva Rowson, nyamnyam and Priscila Clementti
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An introduction to fermentación and ‘The Second Seasonal Political Palette’, un libro de cocina and document of the Bloodroot Collective, a self-sustaining feminist restaurant (1970-present, USA). Te invitamos to ferment, cook, and read with us para compartir prácticas y estrategias for keeping the collectivity, energies and economics in our work going.

>> Esto evento es intergeneracional, (plazas limitadas). Para participar por favor envía un email to Eva Rowson: eva.rowson@googlemail.com << <> The event will be mostly led in English, but we will help each other to translate and shift between English and Spanish. With thanks to Andrea Francke and Kim Dhillon, and to Bloodroot Collective, for sharing ‘The Second Seasonal Political Palette’ <>

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‘Cómo imaginar una musea?’ takes place en several momentos during November 2017 in espacios diferentes across Barcelona siguiendo una logica anti-institucional. Este proyecto quiere imaginar una institución museística como una institución femenina, basada en multiple ejes: hospitality, work, collaboration, embodied knowledges, practice, economics, and administration. Esta posibilidad de ficción will help us to feel and think different ways to work and move in cultural institutions. We will imagine a nuevo institucional and how she, la musea, operates, cares, moves, sounds, opens…

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2. La musea: How does she sound and feel and move?

jueves 23 noviembre 18.30 – 21.00; Fundació antoni tàpies, carrer daragó 255, barcelona

co-hosted by Ariadna Guiteras, Eva Rowson, Jordi Ferreiro, nyamnyam, Priscila Clementti and Sonia Fernández Pan.

“You have one room in your house exclusively owned by men. The room is your own: How are you going to furnish it? How are you going to decorate it? With whom are you going to share it and upon what terms?” – Virginia Woolf, ‘Professions for Women’ (1931), quoted in Céline Condorelli, ‘The Company She Keeps’ (2014).

Gathering references from Céline Condorelli, Virginia Woolf, Ursula K. Le Guin, astrology, and fermentations from la musea’s previous event, we invite you to join us to re-arrange and set the terms – and the furniture – of the museum in a collective imagining of la musea, inside il museo.

<> This event will be mostly led in English, but we will help each other to translate and shift between English and Spanish <>

>> The door is open to all, but please let us know you are coming: por favor envía un email to Eva: eva.rowson@googlemail.com <<

3. La musea: She said ‘in a cloud of cigarette smoke, the workers are talking about love’

Martes 28 noviembre 20.00 – 23.00; Carrer del pou de la figuera 16 baixos, Barcelona

A screening of ‘School Without End’ by Adriana Monti (1983). The film documents the ‘150 Hours Courses’, an educational experiment in Italy in the 1970s. The courses were not intended to improve productivity at work, but to allow for personal and collective growth. For the women attending, the course also provided an important space in which to share their experiences with with work, emigration and discrimination.

<> The film is shown with permission from Cinenova, a non-profit organisation dedicated to distributing feminist films and videos: www.cinenova.org. It is in Italian, with English subtitles <>

>> The door is open to all, but please let us know you are coming: por favor envía un email to Eva: eva.rowson@googlemail.com <<


Esta programme is organizada by BAR resident Eva Rowson in conversation and collaboration with Ariadna Guiteras, Ariadna Rodriguez, Jordi Ferreiro, Priscila Clementti, Simon Asencio, and Sonia Fernández Pan. It is shaped through Eva’s encounters with many others who have swapped books, shared texts and recipes, opened their homes, cooked, been cooked for, listened, talked and danced during her past 3 months in Barcelona: Alba Vilamala, Anna Irina Russell, Adrian Schindler, Adriano Wilfert Jensen, Ainara Elgoibar, Andrea Francke, Andrea Rodriguez Novoa, Ángela Palacios, Ania Nowak, Anna Pahissa, Anne Szefer Karlsen, Beatriz Cavia Pardo, Bethany Rowson, Pippa Rowson, Caterina Almirall, Claudia Pagès Rabal, Danielle Burrows, David Ortiz Juan, Elida Hoeg, Eulàlia Rovira, Holly Willats, Hugo Hemmi, Iñaki Alvarez, Isabel de Naverán, Jonathan Hoskins, Juan Canela, Lara Garcia Diaz, Leire Vergara, Linda Valdés, Louise Shelley, Lucy Joyce, Luke Drozd, Marc Navarro, Maria Acaso, Marlene Bonnesen, Michael Lawton, Miren Jaio, Núria Solé Bardalet, Quim Packard, Quim Pujol, Rosanna del Solar, Ross Jardine, Sara Agudo, Sinéad Spelman, Susannah Worth, Antoni Hervàs, Usue Arrieta, Veronica Valentini, William Luz, Yvonne Carmichael.

As a producer and coordinator Eva ha organizado muchas actividades in institutions, pero como artista tiene una necesidad for nuevos imaginarios and posibildades de actuación related to practices of collaborative projects including FOOD (New York, 1971-74), AptArt (Russia, 1982-84) and her own experience of running parties, bars, club nights, gigs, and a project space inside her living room. The BAR Project residency is a una buena oportunidad de experimentar con lo formatos, and the contexto de Barcelona, relacionado con la situación politica que esta suciendo ahora mismo where friendship, hospitality and conversation son tan importantes. La estructura de esta institución es como preparar la mesa, Eva sets the table and invites you all, to open doors to serendipias, relationships, and ways to work together.

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