Cuenca’s CAAC publishes a catalog 2016
MIDE and Cuenca’s CAAC present in LabMeeting 2015 of Medialab-Prado
This work represents the end of MINECO and ERDF projects which during the last two years have been developed in the Collections and Archives of Contemporary Art of the School of Fine Arts of Cuenca, at the University of Castilla-La Mancha
The catalog of the Collections and Archives of Contemporary Art (CAAC) of Cuenca, edited by José Ramón Alcalá and Vicente Jarque, assisted in the coordination by Beatriz Escribano, and designed by Héctor Morejón, has been finally published, after two years of intense work around the projects MINECO Ref. HAR2013-48604-C2-1-P and Castilla-La Mancha with European funds, ERDF Ref. P011-2014-002-P. Both projects, ending in December, will have their continuity with the MINECO project “Spanish Archive of Media Art” which will be directed by Ana Navarrete (UCLM) and Miguel Ángel Marzal (UC3M).
Publications About Mide’s Recent Activities
José Ramón Alcalá, acting director of the International Museum of Electrography (MIDE) and coordinator of the Collections and Archives of Contemporary Art (CAAC) of Cuenca, participated, accompanied by his team, with a conference on the opening day of LabMeeting Madrid 2015, organized by Medialab-Prado which takes place from today until next Thursday in Madrid (Spain).
Italian artist Pierluigi Vannozzi donates an important batch of artworks to the MIDE
As the result of the 2015 exhibitions and of the subject “Cultural Interfaces and New Media” of the Master in Research in Artistic and Visual Practices coordinated by J.R.Alcalá and also taught by Sylvia Molina and Guillermo Navarro, it has been published the book entitled “Processes: The Artist and the Machine. Reflections on the historical Media Art. “, coordinated by Beatriz Escribano and designed by Héctor Morejón de Girón. Texts by José Ramón Alcalá, Beatriz Escribano, Rubén Tortosa, Ana Soler and Lieve Prins.
The International Museum of Electrography (MIDE) has recently received a very special donation: one from the Italian artist Pierluigi Vannozzi, one of the most important authors of the artistic movement Copy Art, which revolves around the use of the copying machine with an artistic purpose and whose main importance is not so much in the result, as in the process.