1. Video tutorial Action-Instruments Box un proyecto de Alicia Herrero
    Tutorial video Action-Instruments Box a project by Alicia Herrero

    español

    El video presentación de Action-Instruments Box, se enfoca en el valor de uso de los documentos que contiene la caja. Convoca al potencial legal de estos como instrumentos de activación y debate.

    La performer describe su instructivo: recorre cada paso del proceso, el instrumental desarrollado, el método, la reunión de pruebas, e invita a la audiencia a crear sus propias evidencias.

    Video performer: Vera Carnevale

    Descripción:

    ACTION-INSTRUMENTS BOX es una pieza concebida por Auctions Market & Money para intervenir críticamente en los circuitos del mercado del arte.

    Con ACTION-INSTRUMENTS BOX (instrumentos de activación) puedes producir tus propias REVELACIONES y EVIDENCIAS y juntos reunir ARGUMENTOS PARA UN JUICIO CRÍTICO Y LEGAL a las actuales reglas del mercado del arte. Reunión de EPIFENOMENOS - EVIDENCIAS -- REVELACIONES -- CREENCIAS - Mas:
    http://www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/suplementos/las12/13-7225-2012-05-04.html

    ACTION-INSTRUMENTS BOX incluye:
    Páginas de catálogos de subastas (segunda versión), Láminas, Fichas, Gráficos, Instrumental, Artículo periodístico, Certificado Notarial, Instructivo y un Tutorial (DVD)

    http://auctionsmarketmoney.net/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/21324327@N07/with/5869524729/
    http://www.aliciaherrero.com.ar/espaniol/ActionInstrumentsBox.htm

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    english

    The video presentation of Action-Instruments Box, focuses on the use value of the box's documents. It calls upon the legal potential of these documents as instruments of activation and debate.

    The performer offers an instructive explanation, runing through each step of the process, the analytical instrumentals included, the method and the collection of evidence. She invites to the audience to produce its own evidence.

    Video performer: Vera Carnevale
    Description:

    ACTION-INSTRUMENTS BOX is a piece designed by Auctions, Market & Money to intervene critically in the art market circuit.

    With ACTION-INSTRUMENTS BOX, you can collect and produce your own REVELATIONS and EVIDENCE and bring together ARGUMENTS to employ in A CRITICAL AND LEGAL JUDGMENT of art market rules.

    ACTION-INSTRUMENTS BOX includes:
    Auction Catalogue Pages (second version), Posters, File Cards, Graphics, Instruments, Journalistic Article, Notary Documents, Instructions and Tutorial (DVD).
    ACTION-INSTRUMENTS BOX is part of the Errata series of AUCTIONS, MARKET & MONEY an agency that investigates the art market.

    http://auctionsmarketmoney.net/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/21324327@N07/with/5869524729/
    http://www.aliciaherrero.com.ar/ingl_version/ActionInstrumentsBox.htm

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  2. español
    Esta versión resume los tres films de 40 minutos cada uno, correspondientes a cada acto del simposio. Estos fueron Acto 1 - ARTE Y CONOCIMIENTO, RELOCALIZACIONES, Auditorio Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo - Centro Cultural Rojas – Universidad de Buenos Aires - UBA, 11 de agosto 2010, Acto 2 - BANCO: ARTE & ECONOMIAS, Auditorio Banco Nación Casa Central, Plaza de Mayo - Buenos Aires, 9 de noviembre y Acto 3 - E.M.A.N.C.I.P.A.C.I.Ó.N. Auditorio del Parlamento, Congreso Nacional, 21 de Junio de 2011
    Consideraciones sobre lo Público, un simposio en Tres Actos (2010/2011) es un performative-talk desarrollado por Alicia Herrero en el marco del LiPac -CCRR-UBA + films + libro

    Bajo la forma del performative-talk toma como punto de partida examinar el discurso en su dimensión preformativa y producir un tiempo para des-teatralizarlo en el interior de sus propios escenarios instituyentes bajo la clave (y la interpelación) del arte como promesa emancipatoria. Recurre a diversos auditorios institucionales y públicos para luego circular virósicamente en videos y publicaciones.
    Reúnen la disputa sobre la redistribución del capital cultural, económico y simbólico desde la perspectiva de los derechos públicos (micro y macro). Músicos, regisseur, economistas marxistas, autoorganizaciones sociales con economías propias, se reúnen y tensan las animosas presiones del capital sobre las narrativas dominantes de la historia del saber y del arte, de las teorías y prácticas económicas y del ejercicio democrático.

    english
    Through the occupation of spaces and discourses of enactment, Public Considerations, a Symposium in Three Acts, transforms these spaces and discourses into investigative scenarios that help us question the instruments upon which our public rights rely.

    Public Considerations, a Symposium in Three Acts is an exercise that presents a double status of existence, creating a form of the public sphere within the city’s political scenarios and enabling these scenarios to transform themselves into mechanisms of investigation.

    The project proposes entering into a debate on what constitutes 'the public'. It includes three acts in three auditoriums of notable and iconic public institutions of the City of Buenos Aires: Buenos Aires University's Ricardo Rojas Cultural Centre, the central office of the Argentine National Bank on Plaza de Mayo, and the auditorium of the National Congress. Within each respective context diverse participants introduce and activate different perspectives: political analysts; artists; activists; investigators in the fields of philosophy, art and sociology; economists; musicians; journalists; town planners; actors; video makers. Consequently, re-localizations of art and knowledge are challenged, processes of emancipation are rethought, art and economy are re-mapped and new forms of cartography are proposed.

    Public Considerations, a Symposium in Three Acts demands that political scenarios be revised. In Buenos Aires (as in other places), representational forums or spaces for the ‘practice of democracy’ conserve rhetoric shaping how we listen and participate; how the performative dimension of institutional discourses unfolds (e.g., the power of discourse capable of producing phenomenon that establishes and normalizes it); and how it is enacted. This project attempts to generate a time to de-normalize these discourses from within their own institutional scenarios, under the proposition of art as an emancipatory practice.

    Participants:

    Esteban Álvarez, Ibon Aranberri, AVCC: Martín Di Girolamo/Ana López/Ciro Museres/Cristina Schiavi; Agustín Blanco, Carina Cagnolo, Axel Cherniavsky, Minerva Cuevas, Colectivo La Tribu: Diego Skliar/Sebastián Vázquez, CIFFYH–UNC: Santiago Druetta/ Alicia Gutiérrez/Pedro A. Klimovsky; Julian D´angiolillo, Andrés Denegri, Leticia El Halli Obeid, ElClú: Mirta Martín/Natalia Rizzo, GAC: Lorena Bossi/Mariana Corral/Carolina Golder, Juan Pablo Gómez, Marcelo Grosman, Karina Granieri, Alicia Herrero, Iconoclasistas: Pablo Ares/Julia Risler, IUNA: Julio Flores, Claudio Katz, Viola: Awami Kollo, La Darsena: Azul Blaseotto/Eduardo Molinari, LAC: María Eva Glota/Julia Masvernat/Diego Posadas, LAIR: Sebastián Roma/Andrés Palavecino, LiPac: BaseDdatos/S.A./S&Authier, Mujeres Públicas: Magdalena Pagano/Lorena Bossi, Claudia Mac Auliffe, Not Made inChina: Mariano Baqués/Daniel Goldaracena, Sonia Neuburger, Drummer: Leandro Pazos, Revista Underground: José Luís Meiras/Pablo Ares, Percussionists: Horacio López/Alejandro Oliva (StudioCCRR), Pío Torroja (m7red), Adriana Vázquez, Alfredo Zaiat

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  3. español
    Esta versión resume los tres films de 40 minutos cada uno, correpondientes a cada acto del simposio. Estos fueron Acto 1 - ARTE Y CONOCIMIENTO, RELOCALIZACIONES, Auditorio Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo - Centro Cultural Rojas – Universidad de Buenos Aires - UBA, 11 de agosto 2010, Acto 2 - BANCO: ARTE & ECONOMIAS, Auditorio Banco Nación Casa Central, Plaza de Mayo - Buenos Aires, 9 de noviembre y Acto 3 - E.M.A.N.C.I.P.A.C.I.Ó.N. Auditorio del Parlamento, Congreso Nacional, 21 de Junio de 2011

    Consideraciones sobre lo Publico, un simposio en Tres Actos (2010/2011) es un performative-talk desarrollado por Alicia Herrero en el marco del LiPac -CCRR-UBA, y tuvo lugar en auditorios de Universidad, Banco del Estado Argentino y Parlamento (Congreso Nacional) + films + libro .
    Se trata de un ejercicio de libertad que explora formas diversas y en fuga de los géneros artísticos. Crea el antigénero del performative-talk que recurre a la teatralidad de diversos auditorios institucionales de patrimonio público para luego circular virósicamente en videos y publicaciones. Estos congregan bajo la mimética forma de un Simposio en Tres Actos la disputa sobre la redistribución del capital económico y simbólico desde la perspectiva de los derechos públicos (micro y macro). Músicos, regisseur, economistas marxistas, autoorganizaciones sociales con economías propias, se reúnen y tensan las animosas presiones del capital sobre las narrativas dominantes de la historia del saber y del arte, de las teorías y prácticas económicas y del ejercicio democrático.

    english
    Through the occupation of spaces and discourses of enactment, Public Considerations, a Symposium in Three Acts, transforms these spaces and discourses into investigative scenarios that help us question the instruments upon which our public rights rely.

    Public Considerations, a Symposium in Three Acts is an exercise that presents a double status of existence, creating a form of the public sphere within the city’s political scenarios and enabling these scenarios to transform themselves into mechanisms of investigation.

    The project proposes entering into a debate on what constitutes 'the public'. It includes three acts in three auditoriums of notable and iconic public institutions of the City of Buenos Aires: Buenos Aires University's Ricardo Rojas Cultural Centre, the central office of the Argentine National Bank on Plaza de Mayo, and the auditorium of the National Congress. Within each respective context diverse participants introduce and activate different perspectives: political analysts; artists; activists; investigators in the fields of philosophy, art and sociology; economists; musicians; journalists; town planners; actors; video makers. Consequently, re-localizations of art and knowledge are challenged, processes of emancipation are rethought, art and economy are re-mapped and new forms of cartography are proposed.

    Public Considerations, a Symposium in Three Acts demands that political scenarios be revised. In Buenos Aires (as in other places), representational forums or spaces for the ‘practice of democracy’ conserve rhetoric shaping how we listen and participate; how the performative dimension of institutional discourses unfolds (e.g., the power of discourse capable of producing phenomenon that establishes and normalizes it); and how it is enacted. This project attempts to generate a time to de-normalize these discourses from within their own institutional scenarios, under the proposition of art as an emancipatory practice.

    Participants:

    Esteban Álvarez, Ibon Aranberri, AVCC: Martín Di Girolamo/Ana López/Ciro Museres/Cristina Schiavi; Agustín Blanco, Carina Cagnolo, Axel Cherniavsky, Minerva Cuevas, Colectivo La Tribu: Diego Skliar/Sebastián Vázquez, CIFFYH–UNC: Santiago Druetta/ Alicia Gutiérrez/Pedro A. Klimovsky; Julian D´angiolillo, Andrés Denegri, Leticia El Halli Obeid, ElClú: Mirta Martín/Natalia Rizzo, GAC: Lorena Bossi/Mariana Corral/Carolina Golder, Juan Pablo Gómez, Marcelo Grosman, Karina Granieri, Alicia Herrero, Iconoclasistas: Pablo Ares/Julia Risler, IUNA: Julio Flores, Claudio Katz, Viola: Awami Kollo, La Darsena: Azul Blaseotto/Eduardo Molinari, LAC: María Eva Glota/Julia Masvernat/Diego Posadas, LAIR: Sebastián Roma/Andrés Palavecino, LiPac: BaseDdatos/S.A./S&Authier, Mujeres Públicas: Magdalena Pagano/Lorena Bossi, Claudia Mac Auliffe, Not Made inChina: Mariano Baqués/Daniel Goldaracena, Sonia Neuburger, Drummer: Leandro Pazos, Revista Underground: José Luís Meiras/Pablo Ares, Percussionists: Horacio López/Alejandro Oliva (StudioCCRR), Pío Torroja (m7red), Adriana Vázquez, Alfredo Zaiat

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ALICIA HERRERO
Desarrolla la serie Arte & Capital que reúne prácticas que investigan las contradicciones del arte y su narrativa en la cultura del capital.
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videos, films and trailers.
ALICIA HERRERO
Desarrolla la serie Arte & Capital que reúne prácticas que investigan las contradicciones del arte y su narrativa en la cultura del capital.
Art & Capital has brought together a group of practices that stage the contradictions implicit in the construction of the gaze and of the image we have of art, considering this narrative within the framework of capitalist culture.

Estas involucran el impacto del mercado y del negocio, los valores de legitimación y el efecto que despliegan las retóricas libertarias heredadas y actuales. Recurre a diversos soportes: gráfica, instalación, acción y performatividad, enactement, dibujo, simposios y otras formas de debate, procesos situacionales/sociales, talleres, laboratorios, videos y publicaciones. Algunos de los proyectos implican prácticas tomadas de diversos oficios y lenguajes: desarrollo de gráficos y cálculos económicos, estadística, courtroom drawings, geografía política, viajes, documentos notariales o tácticas del derecho.

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Since the mid-1990s, Art & Capital has brought together a group of practices that stage the contradictions implicit in the construction of the gaze and of the image we have of art, considering this narrative within the framework of capitalist culture.

The impact of the market, the narratives of legitimation, the rhetoric of freedom— these practices are deployed in several media, such as graphic works, installations, actions and performances, drawings, performative symposiums, situational/social-processes, documents, and videos. These projects employ resources and conceptual methods borrowed from art and other practices such as courtroom drawings, the development of economic graphs and calculations, cartography, theater, films, official documents and legal tactics.

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