MIDE and Cuenca´s CAAC present in LabMeeting 2015 of Medialab-Prado 


The International Museum of Electrography (MIDE) and its director, José Ramón Alcalá, representing Collections and Archives of Contemporary Art (CAAC) of Cuenca at LabMeeting Madrid 2015, organized by Medialab-Prado

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).

At this meeting, with informative character and aims to bring together the most influential MediaLab in Spain and Latin America, taking part through conferences and workshops, their representatives and participants in the conference, which will provide detailed information and ideas through discussions and of said tables.

The presentation on the first day, entitled “STORIES: Background and developments in university labs, artistic, cultural and public spheres”, was given by Marcos Garcia and Karin Ohlenschläger; after their introduction began the turn of the stories: Espacio P, Laboratorio de la Luz, MIDE or Hangar were the first to expose his career. If you pass these days in the capital, not to be missed.

 

LabMeeting Madrid 2015 closes with a seminar entitled “Initiative”, which will focus on the development of Latin American labs

Medialab-Prado closes today the LabMeeting Madrid 2015 with a day dedicated to the development of Latin American labs, that have six presentations by representatives from labs located in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Uruguay and Ecuador. The conference, entitled “Initiatives” will serve as the closing of a three-day meeting where has been more than twenty Spanish labs in its first two sessions.

The International Museum of Electrography (MIDE) and the Collections and Archives of Contemporary Art (CAAC) of Cuenca, attended by its director and coordinator Jose Ramon Alcala, who, through his speech on the opening day, presented the development of MIDE and made an approach to a vision of the future of the museum and the CAAC.

The team of the Collections has been also present in LabMeeting Madrid, a meeting that closes today after the debates, lectures and a lot of knowledge.

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