The haudenschild Garage supported el Centro de Investigaciones Artísticas’ 2010 art and theory courses and seminar program.
Art and theory course participants included Pablo Fessel y Pablo Gianera (August, 2010), Ana Longoni (March, 2010), Victoria Noorthoorn (March, 2010), and José Fernández Vega (March 2010).
Seminar participants include Florencia Abadi, Yanina Di Giusto, José Fernández Vega, Paula Fleisner y Edgardo Gutiérrez (September, 2010), Rosario Bléfari (September, 2010), Gonzalo Aguilar (October, 2010), Roberto Amigo (November, 2010), Daniel Link (October 2010), Roberto Amigo (August, 2010), Gonzalo Aguilar, Roberto Amigo y José Fernández Vega (August, 2010), m7red (March, 2010), Ricardo Piglia (April, 2010), Washington Cucurto, María Moreno (April 2010), Rosario Bléfari, Andrea Giunta (May, 2010), and Pablo Gianera and Pablo Fessel, Daniel Link, Doris Sommer (April, 2010).
Workshop participants include Juan de Nieves (August, 2010), Nicolás Guagnini (August, 2010), Jorge Macchi (September, 2010), Marcelo Expósito (September, 2010), Vasco Araujo (March, 2010), Yoshua Okon (April, 2010), and Mike Smith (May, 2010).
Past 2009 program participants included Tania Bruguera, Germán García, Josep-María Martín, Sergio Vega, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Lucio Castro, Claire Bishop, Teddy Cruz, Roberto Amigo, Alejandro Ros, Ernesto Ballesteros, Reinaldo Laddaga, Tulio de Sagastizabal, and Gonzalo Aguilar.
About el Centro de Investigaciones Artísticas
El Centro de Investigaciones Artísticas (Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a physical and virtual space of interaction and debate for artists and thinkers from around the world, particularly those in Latin America and Spain. The purpose of el Centro is to provide critical tools for the formation and development of the artistic community in order to intervene in the constantly redefined cultural map of the moment. The work of el Centro goes beyond the frontiers of genres and disciplines, with an emphasis on those that expand the borders of practice, genre and media; those that propose new ways of production, of exhibition and exchange; those that explore broader social contexts than the institutionalized one. Writers, musicians, philosophers, architects, designers, film-makers, historians, psychoanalysts, technologists, performers, photographers, visual artists, and theatrical artists, among many others, will converge at el Centro. The activities will have a strong pedagogical component based on historic research and art theory conducted virtually and physically.
El Centro de Investigaciones Artísticas, founded by Graciela Hasper, Roberto Jacoby and Judi Werthein, is a non-profit organization under the legal umbrella of the Start Foundation. In the begining of 2006, during the International Residence for Argentine Artists (RIAA), these three artists engaged in an exhaustive discussion on art education. Since then, they investigated a number of teaching models and possible education environments. It took three years to analyze and find the means to realize a project that would establish a dialogue that could go beyond disciplinary and geographical frontiers. By the middle of 2009, CIA’s infrastructure and project launch plans were in place. The development and continuity of this project depends on the engagement of artists, scholars, cultural private and public institutions and enterprises, as well as philanthropic organizations and individuals