El próximo 31/05 desde las 15:00 a las 19:30 hs. tendrá lugar el workshop de D-FUTUREINTERSECTION | INTERVENTION | INTERPLAY. Gender, Collaboration and Counter-Memory in Migratory Times and Spaces” en el Museu del Disseny de Barcelona.

El workshop estará a cargo de The Museum of Random Memory/; Diasporas Críticas y Migratory Times the Institute of (im)Possible Subjects.

Aquí el el programa completo.
La entrada es gratuita.
Aforo limitado. Se requiere inscripción previa a

Call for papers: Antropología + Enseñanza +Aprendizaje

Elisenda Ardèvol (Mediaccions) participará como comentarista en el Simposio “Antropología de la Enseñanza y el Aprendizaje en América Latina: formación antropológica, conocimientos e investigación en la contemporaneidad que tendrá lugar entre el 6 y el 9 de junio de 2017 en Bogotá y cuyo call for papers se encuentra abierto hasta el 31 de enero de 2017.

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Call for papers: Antropología + Enseñanza +Aprendizaje

The Exhibiotionary Complex

Visitors' Book, 1855-1878 | Victoria and Albert Museum
© Archives Saint-Gobain, Musée d’Orsay, Paris.

As part of the biweekly research seminars organized by the of ‘Art Matters’ Lab, next Friday we will host a discussion on Tony Bennet’s text “The Exhibiotionary Complex”. The presentation will be in charge of Ana Rodríguez Granell.

When: Friday 24th February – From 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Where: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya –
TIBI 3 – Avinguda Tibidabo 47

If you want to join us, please send an email to

Art and Design by other means

Vermouth-Session! [Pecha-kucha + Round-Table]

On the one hand, there is an ever greater tendency for art and design research to establish and enhance its links with science and technology studies (STS), this has happened for a variety of methodological and epistemological reasons. On the other hand, while STS were born within the social sciences, they have extended their field of action to other disciplinary and interdisciplinary areas, related to the arts and humanities. In fact, art and design shares a mutual approach with STS that is beneficial for both sides considering their drive to transform and to be transformed.

The purpose of the present session is Art and Design by other means


Next Monday 20th of June, from 14 to 17:30 a Mediaccions/ECIC joint Seminar on the Collaborative Economy, Cultural Production and the Commons at 22@ UOC Building, Rambla del Poble Nou, 156, Barcelona

Know Your Terrorist Credit Score

How are our lives being changed by the rise of machine learning, big data and predictive analytics? Why are the models of 20th century privacy and transparency struggling to keep up? In this talk, Kate Crawford considers the intimate landscapes of data prediction, and discusses why we urgently need a strong framework for data ethics.

 Speaker: Kate Krawford / @katekrawford
Date: 17th of June Friday
Location: Mobile World Centre in Plaça Catalunya
Free access. Registration required.

 This event is organized by:
RMIT Barcelona
Mediaccions Research Group
UOC-Telefónica Chair in Design and Multimedia Creation

Call for papers

Thinking about art from the prism of speculation may involve the creation of alternative futures. Introducing doubt, babbling, the “what ifs”, counter-memory against the ideal need of a primal origin (or source of meaning where we recognise each other) and being open to discontinuity, chance and materiality in history means asking ourselves if it is possible to both make and think about art in different ways. Call for papers

Salud, Emociones y Género

La Dra. Ana M. González Ramos participará el XX Congreso Internacional del Instituto Universitario de Estudios  Feministas y de Género “Purificación Escribano” en la sesión: “Bienestar psicosocial en el trabajo y género” moderada por Eva Cifre Gallego (Universitat Jaume I) y conformada por Esther López Zafra (Universidad de Jaén), Eva Garrosa Hernández (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) y Mónica Segovia Pérez (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos).

Ana presentará: “Mujeres y Carreras Profesionales: Una Carrera Sin Fin” Salud, Emociones y Género

Digital Ethnography Research Centre (DERC) – RMIT University