Guest curator and Maria Fusco takes master works from ”la Caixa” Collection of Contemporary Art as inspiration for ‘NINE QWERTY BELLS. Fiction for ‘Live Voice’, a short story in which each work of art gives a presentation at a conference. This is the second of four displays from the collection, which was established in 1985 to foster dialogue between Spanish and international art.
The María José Jove Foundation has announced its inaugural Art Therapy Applications Research and Essay Award, an initiative which aims to contribute to the study, awareness, and use of art as a therapeutic tool while also hoping to encourage an interdisciplinary approach to current thinking on the matter.
The collection’s director, Susana González, is the one who set this huge challenge, entering the fray to tackle this complex subject – one which concerns many sensitive issues, not only in the fields of therapy and art, but also human emotion itself.
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