• 01:34 Drawings
  • 06:34 Conceptual art and seduction
  • 12:57 'Inserções em circuitos ideológicos. Projeto Coca-Cola' (1970)
  • 22:48 'Entrevendo 1970-1994' (2013)
  • 28:27 'Zero centavo' (1974-1978), 'Zero dollar' (1974-1984), 'Zero cent' (1974-1978)
  • 34:11 'Inmensa' (1982)
  • 36:26 'Glove-trotter' (1993)
  • 40:30 'Camelo' (1998)
12/12/2016 45' 51''

Through his work, Cildo Meireles has been helping to redefine conceptual art since the sixties, broadening its scope to include sensory experience and interaction with spectators and with their bodies. In FONS ÀUDIO #45 Cildo Meireles talks about the loss of the capacity for seduction in art, about respecting spectators’ time, about the theory of the non-object, the idea of the micro hijack and the notion of implicit order, in the context of his works in the MACBA Collection.

Share
SpecialsFONS ÀUDIOCildo Meirelesconceptual art MACBA Collection Creative Commons