Rastros y repertorios de lo sensible es un ciclo de 6 encuentros basados en correspondencias e intercambios entre artistas, videoactivistas, director_s de cine y profesor_s e investigador_s¬†en ciencias sociales de la Escuela IDAES-UNSAM y otros espacios acad√©micos, quienes comparten un registro de lo com√ļn en sus interrogantes, sus b√ļsquedas y sus investigaciones.

Una correspondencia que contiene una pel√≠cula, un libro, un texto, un registro, una foto, modo por donde comienza el intercambio. Un di√°logo de encuentro que ubica los repertorios de lo sensible, los rastros, de aquello que no necesariamente conforma archivo, en la topograf√≠a de los saberes situados. Escrituras, lenguajes, investigaciones, peque√Īas historias de un devenir (pand√©mico) puesto en cuesti√≥n.

  

1¬ļ ENCUENTRO // CUERPO //

ITERACIONES entre ONYEKA IGWE (UK) y MARIE BARDET (ARG)

CORRESPONDENCIAS E INTERCAMBIOS

De Onyeka Igwe a Marie Bardet √† ‚ÄėSpecialised Technique‚Äô + ‚ÄėSitting on a man‚Äô

De Marie Bardet a Onyeka Igwe √† Bit√°cora Biling√ľe de ‚ÄėPerder la cara‚Äô + ‚ÄėHacer frente con nuestras espaldas‚Äô

SOBRE ONYEKA IGWE artista e investigadora que trabaja entre el cine y la instalaci√≥n. Naci√≥ y reside en Londres, Reino Unido. A trav√©s de su trabajo, Onyeka se anima a preguntar: ¬Ņc√≥mo vivimos juntos? – con especial inter√©s en las formas sensoriales, espaciales y no can√≥nicas del conocimiento, que puedan proporcionar respuestas. Utiliza la corporeidad, la voz, los archivos, la narraci√≥n y el texto para crear estructuras en “figuras de ocho”, un formato que expone una multiplicidad de narrativas. La obra consiste en desatar hilos y hebras, anclados por un estilo de montaje r√≠tmico, as√≠ como en prestar atenci√≥n a la disonancia, a la reflexi√≥n y a la amplificaci√≥n que se produce entre la imagen y el sonido. Vino a Buenos Aires, en el 2019 para participar en la 10¬ļ Edici√≥n del Festival Internacional CineMigrante, en donde inaugur√≥ las exhibiciones ‚Äė[Post] Colonial Bodies I y II‚Äô (+info)

SOBRE MARIE BARDET hace filosof√≠a y tambi√©n danza. Naci√≥ en un pueblo de Francia y vive ahora en Buenos Aires. Su hacer y su pensar corren las fronteras entre teor√≠a y pr√°ctica y se nutren tanto de la improvisaci√≥n y las pr√°cticas som√°ticas como de la filosof√≠a contempor√°nea y de los pensamientos-pr√°cticas transfeministas y queer/cuir. En todo ese arco, tensa los problemas que recorren los cuerpos y la pol√≠tica configurando espacios comunes de multiplicidad art√≠stica y pensamiento situado. Es docente-investigadora del IDAES en la UNSAM y dirige el posgrado en ‚ÄúPr√°cticas Art√≠sticas Contempor√°neas‚ÄĚ del IAMK- UNSAM. Desarrolla conferencias esc√©nicas y escribe.

 

MIER 02 JUN | 18 HS (GMT -3)

TRANSMISI√ďN EN VIVO

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LOS REGISTROS INTERCAMBIADOS ENTRE onyeka y marie

SER√ĀN COMPARTIDOS CON l_s asistentes DURANTE LA TRANSMISI√ďN

 

ORGANIZAN

CineMigrante + Escuela IDAES + Factor IDAES

 

 

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Traces and repertoires of the sensitive is a cycle of 6 meetings based on correspondences and exchanges between artists, video activists, film directors, professors and researchers in social sciences from the IDAES-UNSAM School and other academic spaces, who share a record of the common in their questions, their searches and their research.

A correspondence that contains a film, a book, a text, a record, a photo, a way in which the exchange begins. A dialogue of encounter that locates the repertoires of the sensitive, the traces of that which does not necessarily form an archive, in the topography of situated knowledge. Writings, languages, research, small stories of a (pandemic) becoming put into question.

 

1ST MEETING // BODY //

ITERATIONS between ONYEKA IGWE (UK) and MARIE BARDET (ARG)

 

CORRESPONDENCES AND EXCHANGES

From Onyeka Igwe to Marie Bardet √† ‚ÄėSpecialised Technique‚Äô + ‚ÄėSitting on a man‚Äô

From Marie Bardet to Onyeka Igwe Bilingual Logbook of ‘Losing Face’ + ‘Facing up with our backs’.

ABOUT ONYEKA IGWE Onyeka Igwe is an artist and researcher working between cinema and installation. She is born and based in London, UK. Through her work, Onyeka is animated by the question ‚ÄĒ¬† how do we live together? ‚ÄĒ with particular interest in the ways the sensorial, spatiality,¬† and non-canonical ways of knowing can provide answers. She uses embodiment, voice, archives, narration and text to create structural ‚Äėfigure-of-eights‚Äô, a format that exposes a multiplicity of narratives. The work comprises untying strands and threads, anchored by a rhythmic editing style, as well as close attention to the dissonance, reflection and amplification that occurs between image and sound. She came to Buenos Aires in 2019 to participate in the 10th edition of the CineMigrante International Festival, where she opened the exhibitions ‘[Post] Colonial Bodies I & II’ (+info)

ABOUT MARIE BARDET does philosophy as well as dance. She was born in a village in France and now lives in Buenos Aires. Her work and her thinking cross the boundaries between theory and practice and draw as much from improvisation and somatic practices as from contemporary philosophy and transfeminist and queer/cuir thought-practices. Throughout this arc, she tenses the problems that run through bodies and politics, configuring common spaces of artistic multiplicity and situated thought. She is a teacher-researcher at IDAES at UNSAM and directs the postgraduate course in “Contemporary Artistic Practices” at IAMK-UNSAM. She develops stage conferences and writes.

 

WED 02 JUN | 18 HS (GMT -3)

LIVE BROADCAST

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THE RECORDS EXCHANGED BETWEEN onyeka and marie

WILL BE SHARED WITH ATTENDEES DURING THE BROADCAST

 

ORGANISED BY

CineMigrante + IDAES School + Factor IDAES

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