Art in real time: stories and archives present continuous

Raquel Herrera, Vanina Hoffman & Pau Waelder
Round table 18.03.2016 / 19h

Lecture room

Through various works of art the exhibition Real Time explores our relationship with time and the fact of being present (being in the world) and living in the present. Even so, the work of the artists shown also opens up other readings, such as the narrative possibilities of capturing data in real time on the Internet, or the fact that the work might create a file of itself, opposing itself to the ephemeral character of the very process making this possible. In this encounter between exhibition curator Pau Waelder and researchers Vanina Hoffman and Raquel Herrera, various readings of the exhibition will be explored, while presenting the book Real Time. Art en temps real, featuring contributions from all three debate participants.