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05.03.2018

Las buenas intenciones: Praise for the Experience of Everyday Life

Diego del Valle Ríos, editor of Terremoto, reflects on the curation of Carlos Ashida in the exhibition ‘Las buenas intenciones’ (The Good Intentions) as an example of the possibility of slowing the pace of contemporary society.

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Notes

  1. Guy Debord, The Society of Spectacle. (Santiago, Chile: Edición Naufragio, 1995), pg. 14.

  2. Byung-Chul Han. The Burnout Society. ESPA-PDF, ePub, 2010, p. 5.

  3. Ibid. p. 5.

  4. Ibid. p. 72.

  5. Carlos Ashida, Curatorial text of Las buenas intenciones. Cabañas Cultural Institute, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, August, 2014.

  6. Baudelio Lara, (n.d.), “Plástica / Rotación cósmica o El último viaje de Carlos Ashida,” Luvina, Revista literaria de la Universidad de Guadalajara, January 10, 2018: https://luvina.com.mx/foros/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2412&Itemid=71

  7. María Virginia Di Martino Calvo, Centro de Arte Moderno, Expoarte Guadalajara y Sector Reforma: Espacios decisivos en el desarrollo y difusión del arte contemporáneo en Guadalajara. Master Thesis in Management and Cultural Development at the University of Guadalajara.

  8. Keti Chukhrov, Sobre la falsa democracia del arte contemporáneo. Arozamena, Alejandro (Ed.) El Arte no es la Política / La Política no es el Arte. (Madrid: Brumaria A.C., 2016).

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