• 00:01 Aesthetic rifts: constructions that revolve around the autonomy of the artistic sphere, the social role of the artist, and narratives of the conception of the modern nation-state
  • 09:48 Another aesthetic rift: the rift between the city and the countryside, from the point of view of artistic practice
  • 10:52 Petrol stations: an icon of fossil modernity
  • 13:33 Car culture
  • 15:43 For a new normal... one that is ecological and interdependent
  • 19:46 he opportunity opened by the pandemic
27/12/2021 22' 42''

Spanish

Ed Ruscha "Standard, Amarillo, Texas", 1966

We dig up some unreleased fragments of our conversation with essayist and researcher Jaime Vindel. We explore the aesthetic rift generated in modernity, between art and ecology and the city and the countryside, with particular reference to two of its big icons: petrol stations and car culture.

Conversation: Verónica Lahitte, Albert Tarrats and Anna Ramos. Script: Verónica Lahitte. Production: Anna Ramos.
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