.able Journal presentation

On 29 March, from 6 pm, there will be a public presentation of .able, a free multimedia visual magazine that publishes research through images at the intersection of art, design and science. An original and hybrid object that combines academic excellence, artistic rigour and openness to the general public.

The session will begin with an intervention by Samuel Bianchini, founder and editor of .able (École des Arts Décoratif – PSL, Paris), who will talk about the project and its challenges. Then the artists Francesca Cozolino (École des Arts Décoratif – PSL, Paris), Andrés Burbano (Université Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona), Pierre Puentes (independent designer), Guillem Serrahima Solà (Université Paris 8, Paris) and Mafe Moscoso (BAU, Hangar, Barcelona) will discuss their articles and artistic research as part of the .able dynamic.

We will continue the dialogue with a round table between Manuel Cirauqui (Eina Idea), Samuel Bianchini, Ricardo Devesa (Editor-in-Chief of Actar Publishers and urban.next) and Anna Manubens (Hangar).

The event will be followed by a cocktail and a few copies of the .able magazine, which will be on display.

What is .able?
Conceived at the initiative of the Arts & Sciences Chair of the École Polytechnique, the École des Arts Décoratifs – PSL and the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation, and published by Actar Publishers with the support of more than thirty international partners, .able aims to reinvent the way in which interdisciplinary research results and processes are disseminated. How can research through practice at the intersections of art, design and science be reported other than through text? Traditional methods and forms are not always the most appropriate for research that explores sensitive and unique forms. This observation has motivated the creation of a journal that enables the promotion of interdisciplinary productions through image-based formats.

This activity is part of the ongoing conversation that Hangar maintains within the Campus de les Arts, promoted by the Universitat de Barcelona. Hangar is not an academic training centre, but it participates in the development of the Campus in general, and actively in the Research Commission in particular, through its trajectory of support and reflection on artistic research.

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