On Friday 21 we inaugurate the exhibition of the participants of the II Call for Mail Art, where we enjoy the works made in tribute to Nel Amaro. 207 postal artists from 26 countries have participated with more than 600 works from Argentina, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, Spain, Finland, France, […]
Exhibit: Agregue y devuelva. Mail Art in the MIDE-CIANT collections Agregue y devuelta. Mail Art in the MIDE-CIANT collections is the title of this exhibition and editorial project organized by the MIDE-CIANT -International Museum of Electrography, Center for Innovation in Art and New Technologies of the University of Castilla-La Mancha, with the goal of celebrating 30 […]
MideCiant winner of the “Wendy Hall” awards for the best research website We are in luck! We have been winners in the second edition of the Wendy Hall awards, with which the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) intends to promote dissemination through the Internet. MideCiant has won with its new website launched less than […]
The International Museum of Electrography, Center for Innovation in Art and New Technologies (MIDECIANT) of the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) expands its funds with 5,000 pieces and thousands of complementary documents from the Mail Art movement of the artists Ibirico, Reglero and Valdor With this donation, this center of the regional University expands up to more than 9,000 permanent works of electrographic and digital art work.
We have been working (and enjoying) in the last months with many artworks from a generous donation from great artist and good friend Jesús Pastor. Here you have a little sample of five images made by calcographic engraving and xerography techniques. We hope you like it. Thank you, Jesús!
Today at 8 pm will be opened at José de la Mano Gallery of Madrid the exhibition “El arte de la fotocopia. 1970-1985 (cuando la copia se convierte en original)”. This exhibition, which can be visited until November 8th, has works from many artists of the spanish copy art movement, and among them, many from Alcalacanales and Equipo AC, of our director José Ramón Alcalá, who, in addition, has created a new installation with Rubén Tortosa and supported by Miguel Sánchez.
Edith Weyde was a German chemist at the Agfa company in Leverkusen who, together with the Belgian engineer André Rott, created the process of transferring images by diffusion or Diffusion Transfer Reversal (DTR), with the aim of automating the photographic process, was one of the bigger advances in silver copying techniques (silver salts). It is the basic process that allowed the instant photography of companies like Polaroid, Kodak or Fuji and even the origin of the direct electrophotographic reproduction system.
Friday July 13 we received the visit of Marisa González at the International Museum of Electrography (MIDECIANT) of Cuenca (Spain). Who also had the kindness and generosity to donate a series of pioneering copy art and digital art pieces for the museum’s permanent collection. Thank you very much. It is an honor and a pleasure. We hope that the visit was of your pleasure and interest and we hope to see you again by the MIDE -your house- as soon as possible.
Some days ago we had the pleasure of meeting with colleagues and friends at Valencia during the Conference of VOREMETUR-AEMA MINECO´s projects “Genealogías, Relatos y construcción de los Archivos de Media Art en España”. Thank you all of you for joining us! Here you have some images to be remembered.