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Between 2018 and 2020, mediators Felipe G. Gil (ZEMOS98), Fran Quiroga, Julia Morandeira and Veronica Valentini will respectively accompany pilot concomitancias in Tenerife (Canary Islands), Betanzos (Galicia), Madrid (Community of Madrid) and Barcelona (Catalonia).
At the same time, these mediators and Concomitentes' coordinator, Sören Meschede, will share knowledge of this art-production model with possible patrons, sponsors and cultural agents to successively receive new commissions from anywhere in the country.
is a member of ZEMOS98, a team of cultural workers, based in Seville. ZEMOS98 researches, programs and produces contents related to education, communication and audiovisual communication. Their activities are always mindful of how, where and why knowledge and culture is being produced and emphazise accountability and a critical approach to what is understood as the sociocultural function of communication, digital and audiovisual culture and, in sum, contemporary thinking.
is a cultural producer and is based in Madrid. Sören coordinated the hablarenarte association until summer, 2018, generating projects such as CAPP and the Curators' Network. He recently co-edited the Impossible Glossary (Madrid, 2018), a compendium of texts and interviews about collaborative art practices.
is a trans-disciplinary researcher and currently co-directs the Fiestas Raras project. From his base in A Coruña, he explores new formulas for hybridizing areas of activity such as contemporary creation, social innovation and thought. His interests revolve around contemporary popular cultures, the commons, social participation, political imagination, the creation of new spaces for the production and distribution of knowledge, the rural and the public sphere. Fran has coordinated PEMAN (the Program of Studies in Shared Hands) and directed #salóndoMARCO.
works as curator and researcher in Barcelona. Her practice addresses subjects related to the creation of the public sphere, developing exhibitions, public programs, residencies, training and research. She is co-director and co-founder of the BAR project and E.M.M.A., two self-organized curatorial organizations that she considers tools for thinking and imagination. The former is active around Barcelona, while the latter is international and itinerant in scope.