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Griselda Pollock talks about her involvement in the Women’s Movement in England in the seventies, and about the points of convergence between feminism and art history.

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Martha Rosler analyses the proliferation of surveillance systems and self-representations in contemporary society, while telling us about artistic circles in the seventies, the seminal video art scene, and the need to keep chasing utopias.

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Judy Dunaway talks about tenor balloons, improvisation, greyhound buses, Western music, the AIDS crisis, studying with Alvin Lucier and learning to play a well-tuned piano.

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Laura Mulvey contextualises, updates, and elucidates on the far-reaching impact of her key text "Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema", where she coined the notion of the “male gaze” in classic Hollywood cinema.

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Marysia Lewandowska talks about the Women’s Audio Archive, networking before the Internet and the potential to generate conversation through art.

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Yayo Herrero talks about different forms of ecofeminsim and t the importance of reproductive work and the need to find new patterns of social and institutional co-responsibility.

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American filmmaker and activist Lizzie Borden talks about her first three movies, feminism and the artistic context in the 70s and 80s in New York.

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Miren Etxezarreta dismantles the false myth of the pensions crisis, analyses the cooptation dynamics of neoliberalism and discusses new citizen action strategies.

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Raquel Gutiérrez talks about political experimentation, about popular feminisms and the women's struggle, and about how to introduce the agenda of the autonomy of the body into her notion of 'politics in feminine'.

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Andrea Fraser talks about the challenges and limitations of cultural activism, about the sub-fields of art, the relationship between artists and the market, and the museum in the neoliberal era.

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Dora García works on projects that tend towards infinite growth, resorting to practices such as invisible theatre, footnotes, and serendipitous exploration.

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Angela Dimitrakaki talks about the new feminist critique, the limits of democracy, the wiles of post-capitalism, and the ambivalence of the commons.

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Travelling, ruins, colours, textures in the work of Patricia Dauder.

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Eulàlia Valldosera talks about her use of light, her status as a woman, her creative processes, and about some of her works in the MACBA Collection.

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With the idea of documenting the work of artists in the MACBA Collection, FONS ÀUDIO talks with Eulàlia Grau.

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Interview with Silvia Federici about new models of communalism and of revalorisation of reproductive work.

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Interview with Judith Butler about politics, economy, control societies, gender and identity.

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