Biennal Ciutat i Ciència: La interfície deconstruïda (Biennial City and Science: the Deconstructed Interface)

This workshop intends to uncover, deconstruct and rearticulate the material and immaterial agents that maintain interfaces to make them visible and enable a review of their influences on the social, political, economic, cultural and even emotional dimensions of society ‘in network’.


Joana Moll is an artist and researcher, and co-founder of the research group Critical Interface Politics and the Institute for the Advancement of Popular Automatisms.

c/ Emilia Coranty, 16 (antic passatge Marquès de Sta. Isabel 40) Can Ricart
08018 Barcelona

Metro: L1 (Glòries) L2 (Bac de Roda) L4 (Poblenou)
Autobús: 7, H12, H14, V27, 192, N8, N11
Tramvia: T4 (Pere VI)

Saturday 9 February, 10am-6pm (2-hour lunch break)

Limited places; previous registration required via form at the Hangar website

This event is part of Biennal Ciutat i Ciència