22/05/2019

Contracömic is a radio programme presented by Borja Crespo and Elizabeth Casillas which aims to discover other worlds in this one, via a comic and its multiple possibilities. The fanzine as an artistic object, self-publication as a form of expression, a comic as activism and a critical tool, the committed cartoon, etc. It is focused on exploring the crossed fertilisation between the graphic medium and other arts, giving a voice to new trends, discovering new talents and essential authors which have opened up new expression channels. Contracömic conceives a public interested in culture in general and comics in particular.

Episode #02. For the love of art

'Contracômic' analyzes in its second show the close relationship between comics and painting. Works such as Painters' News by María Luque or Art? Why? by Eleanor Davis will be explored. The program, conducted by Elizabeth Casillas and Borja Crespo, continues with an interview with the versatile artist Klari Moreno, with whom they talk about her experience as an artist and exhibitions curator, delving into the inclusion of comics in museums. Finally, the cartoonist Conxita Herrero participates in the final gathering, which deals with topics such as precariousness in the comic and that bad habit of people asking for drawings "for the love of art".

17/05/2019

`Voices in the garden´, presented by the journalist Alicia San Juan, is another programme which consonni will be presenting during this last quarter of the year, where we will be talking with professionals from different fields who share reflections and exchange impression. Voices that talk, caress, discuss, answer and differ. Voices in a garden of critical culture.

This programme belongs to our particular radio station, consonni radio con AZ, which is part of the programme of Amphitryon Artistic Residences in Alhóndiga Bilbao.

#10 Episode: Collapse

This Tuesday 'Voices in the garden' invites María PTQK, PhD in Artistic Research and creator of Collapse Arts, a workshop that reflects around questions that we will try to answers during the programme. What does come up to our mind when thinking about collapses? With the architect Leire Milikua we will talk about the importance of taking responsibility for the territory we inhabit and her idea of ​​collapse in terms of sustainability.

08/05/2019

What would Barbarella do?’, in this sonic space Arrate Hidalgo dissects the key topics on current feminism through science fiction. With scalpel in hand, she takes a speculative text and extracts the debate to look for its mutations in other fiction styles and in contemporary feminist thought. She is accompanied by the critic Laura Lazcano in her section dedicated to audiovisual.

Episode No. 3. Sideral intimism

In this third episode we follow the tale of the tradition that puts women at the centre of the intimate drama and explore the fictions that have transported that drama to extra planetary dimensions. We look specifically at the forms that maternity and marital relationships take in literary science fiction, paying special attention to the production in the Spanish-speaking world by the Cuban author and academic Maielis González. Laura Lazcano presents the external space in the audiovisual as a scenario of conflicts codified in the feminine.

 


 


03/05/2019

Contracömic is a radio programme presented by Borja Crespo and Elizabeth Casillas which aims to discover other worlds in this one, via a comic and its multiple possibilities. The fanzine as an artistic object, self-publication as a form of expression, a comic as activism and a critical tool, the committed cartoon, etc. It is focused on exploring the crossed fertilisation between the graphic medium and other arts, giving a voice to new trends, discovering new talents and essential authors which have opened up new expression channels. Contracömic conceives a public interested in culture in general and comics in particular.

Episode #01. New looks

In this first CONTRACÖMIC episode, a map of new trends in the medium will be drawn up. We will also discuss the avant-gardes revolutionising the comic concept and we will be chatting to María Medem, one of the most interesting emerging artists, and recently awarded a prize as Revelation Author in the last edition of Comic Barcelona. During our talk, we will be returning to an old debate which, after the publication of ‘Cadencia’, the new work by Roberto Massó, returns to the forefront: What is a comic?

25/04/2019

In the eleventh episode of Pop Culture Trenches, Elisa McCausland and Diego Salgado delve to approach the critical culture from paranoia, understanding it as a paradigm of suspicion for the outside, but above all, with ourselves. In this new episode, both carry out a personal, historical and casuistic revew of the paranoid excercise of criticisim to the critical exercise of paranoia.

Bibliography:

The Hidden Messages in “Eyes Wide Shut”:

https://vigilantcitizen.com/moviesandtv/the-hidden-and-not-so-hidden-messages-in-stanley-kubriks-eyes-wide-shut-pt-i/

https://vigilantcitizen.com/moviesandtv/the-hidden-and-not-so-hidden-messages-in-stanley-kubricks-eyes-wide-shut-pt-ii/

https://vigilantcitizen.com/moviesandtv/the-hidden-and-not-so-hidden-messages-in-stanley-kubricks-eyes-wide-shut-pt-iii/

“Starry Eyes” : A Movie About the Occult Hollywood Elite – and How it Truly Works:

https://vigilantcitizen.com/moviesandtv/starry-eyes-movie-occult-hollywood-elite-truly-works/

La era de la posverdad: realidad vs. percepción:

https://www.revista-uno.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/UNO_27.pdf

Francisco J. Pérez, Hiperstición:

https://fjotap.wordpress.com/tag/hipersticion/