Collaboration with Bornlab (El Borne CCM) for a collective approach to the contemporary imaginary of natural resources and territory, based on the sharing of current geopolitical issues that have an echo in the city of Barcelona.
This edition of the community studies group "Ecosystemic memories of the city" proposes a series of sessions in which we collectively approach the contemporary imaginary of natural resources and territory, based on the sharing of some current geopolitical issues that have an echo in the city of Barcelona.
Natural resources and the territory, based on the sharing of some current geopolitical issues that have an echo in the city of Barcelona. Through the contributions of various entities and people who connect us with critical archives, social actions and cultural initiatives in the city, we will address the recovery of community forms of agricultural social organization in contemporary pedagogies, images and slogans of movements for the protection of the land, as well as the reflection, from various worldviews, on cultural heritage and in connection with environmental issues that affect different international contexts.
The programme is organised in a participatory methodology that includes working groups where knowledge is pooled and perspectives are shared between guests and participants. In the different meetings, cultural proposals are discussed to explore the relationship between memory, community and ecology through collaborative experimentation and public action, which are included in the fanzine that is distributed in the closing session.
The Community Studies Group is a proposal of Bornlab, the community mediation programme of Borne CCM with the support of community mediation programme of Borne CCM in collaboration with Coalició Prou Complicitat amb Israel, La Colectiva de Chilenas de Barcelona, Comunitat Palestina de Barcelona, Laboratorio Móvil, OVNI (observatori de Vídeo No identificat), Ruangrupa i docents i investigadores de l’Institut Català d’Antropologia, el Col·legi de Psicòlegs de Barcelona, l’Escola Massana and la Universitat de Barcelona.
Further information and registration: elbornculturaimemoria
Thursday 8.2.24 from 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.
Through the audiovisual archive, we will reflect on movements led by communities in Chiapas, Palestine and Ecuador who are
Chiapas, Palestine and Ecuador who are organising themselves against the deterioration of their ecosystems and claiming the right to use and protect their land.
Desorg punto Org - Observatory of Unidentified Video (OVNI).
1_ Land and traditions
2_ Land and borders
3_ Land and concrete
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