La sonda Pioneer, Irreal Time. The Nature Times, Halfway part1


During the first week of "In the limits", from 6 to 9 May, the works have been seen: - The probe Pioneer, Yas - Irreal Time. The Nature Times, the art group Manusamo & Bzika. - Halfway part1, Lucia Montero. Some of these works have been uploaded by the authors to Internet and are public. Here you can still enjoy them.

Kim Schoen, Straub & Huillet and optimum conditions for the cinematic experience


In La Posta Foundation we are reflecting on the optimal conditions for a true cinematic experience viewing political cinema. In these times in the screen jobs of Aitor Lajarín, The Pond, 2015, 10 '04' ', and Kim Schoen, Have You Never Let Someone Else Be Strong?, 2012, 21' 30 '', and Second Oldest Amusement, 2011, 7 '32' '.

Conference about The Invisible Resistance of Everyday Life II: Equivoque


On the occasion of the inauguration of the exhibition The Invisible Resistance of Everyday Life II: Equivoque, with works by Kim Schoen and Aitor Lajarin, we had the opportunity to listen in conference curator Juan Fabuel explaining the conceptual context in which it occurs and some details of interest to situate its significance and relevance right now.

Knowledge never comes alone, Regina de Miguel, 2013


The effects of modernity still survive in our time. Currently much of the artistic practices focus their activities on various research that demand revision more than necessary for a holistic project that is no longer perceived as positive as before. Modernity has ceased to be a nostalgic mirror to find a reflection that she could not refund at the time. Such effects of the modern project, one that has more force is the binary division between nature and culture. A segmentation is revealed as one of the many fictions of human knowledge that while abstraction needs the watertight compartments that organize each of their disciplines, can not be understood without a close link between culture and nature.

(sic) society and culture, MuVIM 2009 and the “sociological art”


(sic) society and culture, an example of artistic action applied to the urban environment of the institution that promotes, in this case the MuVIM (Valencian Museum of Illustration and Modernity). The neighborhood Velluters Valencia was the subject of detailed attention to the activities organized around (sic), a publication that gave access to social agents, authorities and neighbors to media created by the Museum to account the state of the neighborhood. What you saw and read (sic) is not a media error but, if anything, the neighborhood itself: (sic).

La Posta Foundation publishes the book-catalog of the exhibition “The Inverted Classroom. Pedagogical Strategies and Artistic Practices from Sexual Diversity”


In Internet -in facebook FIDEX-, was submitted on December 11 book-catalog of the exhibition "The Inverted Classroom. Pedagogical Strategies and Artistic Practices from the Sexual Diversity", a work of the Research Group FIDEX, published by La Posta Foundation, in charge of Tatiana Sentamans and Daniel Tejero, coordinator Carmen G. Muriana and Scientific Committee as the Board of Trustees of La Posta Foundation composed by Román de la Calle, President, Guillem Pascual Cervera, Secretary, and Maria Jose Martinez de Pison, Vocal.

Opening La Posta Foundation


Opening of the seat of La Posta Foundation in Calle Pintor Fillol, 2, Valencia, on November 13, 2014. In parliaments Mr. Roman de la Calle, President of the Board of Trustees, Mr. Ricard Huerta, Director of the Institute for Creativity and Educational Innovation, organizer of the International Congress on Arts Education & Sexual Diversity (EDADIS), which has produced the exhibition "The Inverted Classroom. Pedagogical Strategies and Artistic Practices from Sexual Diversity", currently on display; as well as Mr. Luis Noguerol, Organizing Committee of the Congress. Opened the event Juan Fabuel, Resident Curator of La Posta Foundation, who after a few words reminding all team members of La Posta, gave the word to Roman de la Calle; and the ceremony ended with the words of Maria Tinoco, room coordinator of La Posta and curator of the exhibition will be open to the public until December 13.

Marcel van Eeden, between the visual arts and film


Drawings by Marcel van Eeden are characterized by the use of visual resources taken mainly from the aesthetics of black cinema and classic films in general. Although, in a kind of return to the middle of you get your images, in recent times has been released to the production of motion pictures. But it is doing so in an environment of last generation as is the production of games, we can not qualify as a video game, given its display is anything digital in appearance before is easily identifiable to analog aesthetic.