Observatorio de Cultura

Newsletter Nº 24. Culture Observatory (November 2013)
Área de cultura del Ayuntamiento de Zaragoza

Editorial

Etopia, Art and Technology Center in Zaragoza

DIGITAL CULTURE IN ZARAGOZA

The vertiginous development of science and technique has bursted into all the realms and social levels, and also in culture. New technologies have become one of the most important consumption products: cinema, music, visual arts, design, literature?We are living in a world where new technologies have turned into a view of the world and a passion, turning from being a simple tool for a new way to feel and live into new ways to see and enjoy art, listen to and perceive the sounds of music or read a literary work. The inrush of the digital in the cultural realm has produced not only social changes that affect the way of perceiving the world but also has changed current processes of production and economy.

The impact of new technologies in culture is still producing some resistance. The new possibilities offered by these technologies need adjustments as well as adequate organization structures, but is more and more obvious its presence in our creators, artists and managers of cultural projects.

Pilar Catalan-Art-digital numeric

Zaragoza launched in 2003 an ambitious process of social and economic transformation to turn our city into one of the best adapted European cities to digital technology. This is the goal of a program of development actions launched by Sociedad del Conocimiento project for the creation and establishment of innovative companies favouring economic growth and qualified employment also in the culture realm. Presently, it can be affirmed that Zaragoza has become a leading city in the digital world, being called "digital capital". An example are its new equipments and the work made by our creators and artists that have made our city, turning Zaragoza into the siege of the 5th Iberoamerican Congress on Culture with the theme "Digital Culture, Network Culture".

ETopia, Zaragoza Center of Art and Technology is a new generation equipment designed to host and foster the most innovative creative and enterprising projects within the area of Milla Digital, focusing on sectors such as contents, multimedia and 3D, audiovisual, cinema, design, etc. it is a space devoted to culture and digital innovation with exhibitions and cultural projects managed by Fundación Zaragoza Ciudad del Conocimiento of the City of Zaragoza. eTopia will be one of the sieges of the 5th Iberoamerican Congress of Culture (20-22 November).

Carlota Santabárbara.Exposición "I want a million friends"

It is obvious that art has always needed means to be created and spread. The polyvalence of the digital revolution has increased artistic events in our city. Pilar Catalán is one of the most relevant creators of digital art in Zaragoza. According to her, simulation art that wants to replace the art of representation have bursted into the present-day artistic scene under the name of numerical or digital art.  This is not a new artistic form ? as artists comment - but goes several decades back when the conceptual roots of technological art germinated in some of the artistic movements of the 20th Century, geometrical art and the minimalists with serial and combinatory processes, op-art and kinetic art. In Spain, the first experience of net art was made by a group of plastic artists, engineers, programmers and architects in the Calculus Centre of the University of Madrid which collaborated in the artistic creation of the avant-gardes of the 70s. According to Pilar Catalán, in our days meta-language has a special and important role in art.  www.pilarcatalanlazaro.com

Carlota Santabárbara is the curator with a Ana Revilla, of the exhibition I Want to Have a Million Friends that we can enjoy at Etopía ? Centre of Art and Technology, until 12 January 2014. This exhibition deepens into the social and artistic context of the construction of visual alter egos through identity

Carlota Santabárbara.ExpoNéstor Lizalde, New Media in the Visual Arts
relationships, the use of filter given by the Net as well as images, events, etc. It also explores the new multiplicity of identities produced by 2.0 society, tracking how are reflected in the art and creation of emergent artists in different formats, not only virtual and interactive but also in more traditional ways of expression. The artists that participate are Raquel Labrador, Antonio R. Montesinos and Néstor Lizalde.

As Néstor Lizalde - one of local artists with a bigger international projection now - says, the artists are always the firsts to use new technologies. Technologies make the results more changeable and broaden the horizons of use. These new technologies are the true present-day cultural forms and culture, especially visual culture, cannot be detached from it. Art is to make so it needs materials, skills and techniques. It is a form of practical knowledge to "make" by the use of new technologies. The massive inrush of computer science, its spreading and the assimilation of every previous form by this new media has meant in practical terms the establishment of totally different structures making it possible the creation of new audiovisual forms.

Cultural industries, being conscious of this situation, are exploring  different possibilities with commercial success, but it is in the realm of artistic research and practice where an important part of the discursive proposals of these new creative and cultural demonstration can appear. We can enjoy his work at the CAT until 12 January 2014 in www.nestorlizalde.com

C.E.I.P La Jota

Callejero Jotero - School and education are not static and are not at the margin of these technological changes are already visible in the cultural events of our city. An example is the project Callejero Jotero//Street Map Jotero made by students of the C.E.I.P. La Jota and that we can see at the Etopia Centre of Art and Technology. This is a clear example of the introduction of new technologies in classrooms, both as digital learning tools but also as tools for the development of an artistic expression with a social and participation goal.

 

Observing Zaragoza

Mobilize

Movilízate (Move on)

We still have time. In the framework of the 5th Iberoamerican Congress of Culture to be held in Zaragoza in November 2013, the City of Zaragoza/Zaragoza Cultural, the program TEIb Iberoamerican Educational and Cultural Television and the ATEI-Association of Iberoamerican Educational and Cultural Televisions with the support of the AECID, call for the Iberoamerican event "Movilízate" for audiovisual productions of Iberoamerican creators making short-films with mobile devices or other available means.

Moviliza tu ciudad. The central topic is the vision that every participant has on urban environment, positioning him/herself in front of the reality of the city where they live. Not sending us to a concrete problem but suggesting a wide horizon of options for participants to reflect on and to make visible what is invisible through a look on the city inhabited by every participant that can be critical, nostalgic, political, social, everyday, emotional, be in the margin, etc.

The contest has two prizes:

  • Movilízate en público (Prize awarded by the public with votes decided on the number of visits by IP address/day.
  • Movilízate en tu ciudad (voted by an Iberoamerican jury).

Every work must be presented with its application form to be filled up at https://eventioz.com.ar/e/movilizate. Works received can be seen in the Web Platform of TEIb (www.nci.tv), through the online canal "MOVILÍZATE". You can consult the requirements and all the information on the Iberoamerican Contest "Movilízate" in www.nci.tv or by email movilizate@ateiamerica.com.

Jazz Festival

 

Zaragoza Jazz Festival 2013

Zaragoza Jazz Festival 2013, organized by the City of Zaragoza and sponsored by Cervezas Ambar, holds its 30th anniversary with a large and outstanding program of shows during November 2013, with the presence of top interpreters such as Cuban pianist Chucho Valdés, the American singer-composer Esperanza Spalding or the Brazilian pianist Eliane Elias among others. Apart from the Auditorio, shows will take place in "La Farándula" at Teatro de las Esquinas, Teatro Arbolé, CMA Las Armas, Sala Za and CAI Auditorium.

Also forming part of the Festival, it will take place the 19th edition of the program "Jazz on the Margin" in the Civic Centres of the Left Bank of the Ebro. The program includes three shows for children, six general shows and a master class. On 21 November will also take place a walking show by the street of the city centre as a contribution to the 5th Iberoamerican Congress of Culture.

 

The arts and information highways

Seminar on "Arts and Information Highways"

On 22, 23 and 24 October 2013 took place the Seminar "Arts and Information Highways" in the Library of Humanities María Moliner, organised by Erial Ediciones and its magazine CRISIS, in collaboration with RIFF RAFF a group of research, thought, culture and aesthetics of the University of Zaragoza. The subjects presented were scientific creativity and artistic creativity, photography, poetry and audiovisuals, arts and ICTs, and software for arts, literature and technology.

 

30 years of Zaragoza Popular University

In October 2013 has been celebrated the 30th anniversary of the creation of the Popular University of Zaragoza with a round table on the "necessity of permanent education in an age of crisis" with the participation of Carlos Hue, Pilar Maldonado, Mª Jesús Ruiz and  Jöelle Ferrat, moderated by Gerardo Alonso, coordinator of this University. An exhibition on its 30 years has also been presented, with a schematic route of the education activities carried out from 1983 through courses, workshops and intervention and support programs.

 

Observing Zaragoza Cultural Firms

Film School, a dog Andalusian

School of cinema Un perro andaluz An Andalusian Dog. Interview with Leonor Bruna, creator and director of the school.

How did you come up with the idea of creating this project and why?

When we created in 2007 the school of cinema UN PERRO ANDALUZ, there was not in Aragon any initiative having as one of its main goals to show that learn to make cinema, apart from approaching our students to know on the Seventh Art, is also a very valuable communication tool for spreading human and pedagogical values and for knowing techniques that can be used to foster creativity, learn history, practice languages or discover the more or less hidden talent of oneself. But we must not forget that all of us, regardless of our age, are exposed to an avalanche of information sent on images that contain more or less subliminal messages, and that children and young people are the most exposed individuals since the consumption of images increases in an uncontrolled way.

To view the full interview, click here: www.zaragoza.es/ciudad/cultura/observatorio/boletin/entperroandaluz.htm

 

Music Hall, Arena Rock

Arena Rock hall. Interview with Marcos Sanmartin Rubio, programmer and partner of the company.

How did you come up with the idea of creating this project and why? Why is your project different from others?

This project was created in 2006 and is born from the idea of offering a close and mature catering and not only being a product seller. A pub-café with a disco timetable in an area of the city where there is no other: in the city centre, five minutes from plaza San Miguel, close to a shopping mall and a restaurants´ zone. Apart from the cafeteria service we count with a regular program of events (shows, presentations of books and records, humour, etc), one of the most important of the city referring to capacity and number of events.

To view the full interview, click here: www.zaragoza.es/ciudad/cultura/observatorio/boletin/entarenarock.htm

 

Gozarte S.L. Carlos Millán Gómez, manager

Company enjoy you S.L

How did the idea arise of creating this project and why? What is the difference between your project and those from others?

Gozarte is a project born at the end of the 90s with the goal of approaching heritage to people, to all kind of people. First of all we focused on school students for filling a void of the city since the offer addressed to the different education levels related to this topic is scarce (Zaragoza Museum, Museum Pablo Gargallo) and almost nothing else. From this moment on, we have developed a very wide offer addressed to school students, from primary to secondary education, with over 150 different activities, both in methodology and in contents.

To view the full interview, click here: www.zaragoza.es/ciudad/cultura/observatorio/boletin/entgozarte.htm

 

Observing Spain

SGAE

SGAE (General Society of Spanish Authors). Yearbook 2013

It has been just published the 13th edition of SGAE 2013 Yearbook of Stage, Music and Audiovisual Arts. This Yearbook is the only statistical source offering primary data on attendance and box office receipts of live arts in our country (theatre, dance, lyric, live music).
According to data, the sector of cultural products and services has lost its sense of direction in Spain, and, in some cases such as dance, has plummeted. The fall is important in all the industries related to culture (cinema, theatre, dance, videogames, etc), around 10%.

The causes for this fall in cultural consumption are to be found in the lost of purchasing power of citizens, the fall also on public budgets with a fewer support of culture and the increase of VAT.  According to the authors of this report, culture in Spain "is surviving in a state of abandonment and needs a national policy". Mr Onetti, President of Fundación SGAE adds that the increase of TAV is "the coup de grâce for this sector and that will also have a negative result for the Treasury. After this increase, box office receipts have fallen since the price of tickets have an influence on consumption".

An important data is the increase of consumption of free or discount options, as it is shown by the massif answer of the Fiesta del Cine with tickets costing 2.90 euros and the attendance of over a million an a half of viewers during its three days. More information in www.fundacionsgae.org

 

Reína Sofía

Museo Reina Sofía attracts to its Board the elite of Spanish entrepreneurs

The Board of the Museo Reina Sofía of Madrid, chaired from June 2010 by the banker and former Secretary of Economy, Gullermo de la Dehasa Romero, will count with seven new partners: Salvador Alemany, President of Abertis; Emilio Botín Sanz de Sautuola, President of Banco Santander; Isidro Fainé Casas, President of La Caixa; Pablo Isla, President of Inditex-Zara; Antonio Huertas Mejías, President of Mapfre; Ignacio Garralda Ruíz de Velasco, President of Fundación Mutua Madrileña; and César Alierta Izuel, President of Telefónica. According to the President of the Board, it was necessary " a biggest capacity to have access to private sources of funding and attract people and institutions able to donate their works or make deposits in a moment in which contemporary art works cannot be bought in the market due to its high price". Mr De la Dehesa also made a comment on "people and institutions not only from Spain" since today competition in culture is as important as a competition in any other field".

 

Museo Patio Herreriano

Bombardment on the Museum Patio Herreriano

MAV, the association of "Women in Visual Arts" pretend to "bomb" the library of the Museum Patio Herreriano of Valladolid with catalogues, diptychs and other printed and digital publications of women artists. Female critics, female curators, female gallery owner, researchers, managers,? can participate. Material can be sent to 25 November 2013. More information:  www.m-arteyculturavisual.com

 

Publication of the first report of the World Tourist Organization, WTO, on Tourism and immaterial cultural heritage.

World Tourist Organization (WTO) has published the first report on tourism and immaterial cultural heritage, a large basic research on the links between both fields. This publication analyzes the main challenges, risks and opportunities of tourist development related to immaterial cultural heritage, suggesting concrete measures for the elaboration, management and commercialization of tourist products based on it.

Including a large summary of reports on real cases and good practices from the five continents, the document offers a valuable information and a deep analysis of different actions fostered by public administrations, public-private associations and initiatives coming from the own communities. The report also includes recommendations to foster the development of a responsible and sustainable tourism through the defense of the immaterial cultural heritage. pub.unwto.org/epages/Store.sf

 

Observing Europe

"Green Fest", International Festival of Environmental cinema

The fourth edition of the International Festival of Environmental Cinema "Green Fest" is held in Belgrade, Serbia, from 13 to 15 November 2013. The event is organised by the Centre of Environmental Improvement with the support of the City of Belgrade, the company of mobile phones Vip and with the collaboration of the mall Domomladine Beograda. http://2013.green-fest.org/index.php/gb

 

Leeuwarden and La Valetta, European Capitals of Culture 2018

Last September, Leeuwarden has been chosen as European Capital of Culture 2018 by The Netherlands. Eindhoven and Maastricht were the other candidates.

The two countries choosing candidates for 2018 were The Netherlands and Malta. In the last case, there was not necessary a selection process since the only candidate was La Valetta. Therefore, the capital of Malta had already been chosen some months before. Chosen cities have presented a complete program of cultural events in which the participation of citizens has been an essential point as well as the European dimension of the proposals. Both topics are included in the program.

 

New bibliographical compilation on the social and economic value of cultural heritage

The website of the European Experts Network Culture (EENC) has published a document to analyze the 87 recent periodicals on the effects and economic and social impact of cultural heritage on its material and immaterial dimensions.

This bibliographical compilation contains an analysis of articles, evaluation reports, impact surveys and other documents made mainly in Europe from 2008, apart from a final chapter with conclusions. The goal is to facilitate to the European Commission and public heads and local, national and European managers, a reflection on the potential contribution of cultural heritage to the goal of an "intelligent, sustainable and integrating growth" set out by the EU in its strategy "Europe 2020". EENC is coordinated by Culture Action Europe and Interarts. http://www.interarts.net

 

EU Literature Prize 2013

This annual prize, now in its 5th edition, helps putting in the limelight authors that start to be famous and that, in other way would not be able to obtain the recognition that they deserve out of their countries of origin. The goal of the prize is to attract attention on the creativity and diversity of European contemporary literature, fostering its spread in the continent, and stimulate the interest for reading the works of authors from other countries.

The winners, apart from the 5,000 euros of the prize and the promotion of his/her works in prestigious book fairs, can also have access to funding for the translation of their books into other European languages. Among the winners of this year´s edition was the Spanish author Cristian Crusat with "Brief Theory of Travelling and Desert". http://ec.europa.eu/news/culture/130930_es.htm

 

Observing Latin America

Increase of cinema-goers in Argentina

An increase of a 30% of cinema-goers has been registered in the cinemas of Argentina in September 2013 compared to the same month of last year. This year, more than 3.8 million tickets have been sold compared to 2.9 millions in 2012. National films have been one of the reasons of this successful year. Among them, "Lionheart" and "Seventh" starred by Ricardo Darín. In 2013, 39.6 million tickets have been sold compared to 38.2 millions in 2012. If this trend continues, a new historical record could be obtained this year. http://www.argentina.ar

 

Ending of the project "Fostering the Entrepreneurial Fabric of the Cultural Sector" in Antioquia, Colombia", implemented by the program "Fostering of Municipal and Creative Companies" (Fomento de empresas municipales y creativas-FOMECC)

FOMECC portal gives information on cultural and creative industries, especially of Spain, Latin America and Western Africa. It aims at supporting initiatives of this sector.

In October 2013 started the last stage of the project "Fostering the Entrepreneurial Fabric of the Cultural Sector of the Region of Antioquia, Subregion of Urabá in Colombia". Among the activities carried out in the framework of this initiative are the training and advising of over 30 entrepreneurs on the artistic and cultural realm, chosen among the many candidates and following a criteria of viability of its business` ideas.

They have been trained in subjects such as legal advising, cultural legislation, marketing and communication, and management. The goal of the strengthening of these entrepreneurs and other activities on advising and the strengthening of public specialists was to favour dynamics of cultural change able to produce new realms of coexistance and reduce violence factors in Urabá.

The results of this Interarts initiative and of the Program of Cultural Enterprises of the College of Arts of the University of Antioquia are collected in its final report. Fomecc counts with the support of the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AECID). http://www.fomecc.org/

 

International seminar on Fostering Reading in Mexico, The link between reading and restoration of the social fabric

About 30 specialists from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Spain, USA, France and Mexico participate in a meeting that forms part of the activities of the 33rd  International Fair of Books for Children and Young People.

The event has taken place between 11 and 14 November 2013 at the Teatro de las Artes of the Centro Nacional de las Artes de México ? Cenart, with the key speech Secrets That We Do Not Know That They Know. Poetry For Difficult Times by the Colombian pedagogue and writer Yolanda Reyes.

The event will be composed of speeches and panels with the participation of writers, editors, researchers, scholars and experts in educational projects and for fostering reading. Approaching reading to vulnerable populations will be the first reflection panel of the meeting with the participation of important experts.

From this year on the format of the seminar will be more flexible in order to allow a better interaction between participants and public, most of them reading mediators, professors and teachers. For the first time the event will be broadcasted live via streaming. http://www.conaculta.gob.mx/

 

Profile of creative economy in Puerto Rico in 2013

Javier Hernández Acosta has presented within the project Cultural Investment the report "Profile of Creative Economy in Puerto Rico" as a tool allowing to observe the panorama of the cultural and creative firms in that country and the growth of its sectors.

The author says that the report does not present final results but that it is only a work of revision of analytic updating for thinking about and proposing alternatives in the framework of a solidarity and productive economy. This report uses as its main data source those of the Economic Census of Puerto Rico, and as a conceptual reference the Report on Creative Economy 2010 of the UNCTAD and the report "Creative Industries in the South". http://culturayeconomia.org

 

Observing the World

40 years of Sydney Opera House

It is being celebrated the 40th anniversary of Sydney Opera House, opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1973. In 2007 it was declared as a Human Heritage site. 60% of Americans and up to 97% of Chinese tourists declare that they visit Australia to see by themselves the Opera House. In fact, it is so alive that it attracts more than 8.2 million visitors every year, without taking into account its programs.

Dane architect Jorn Utzon designed in 1953 every one of its parts as a whole, with decoration in ivory ceramic that culminates the beauty of reflected light. Louis Khan said that "The Sun didn´t know how beautiful was light until it didn´t see itself reflected in this building" and Gehry describe it as a "unique piece" formally and technologically before its time. Utzon died 90 years old (in November 2008) without seeing the works projected for the 30th anniversary of its work concluded.

When opened, the mediocrity of his colleagues and the press considered its challenging work as a failure, but this building opened the road for the construction of others with very complex geometrical shapes. It was one of the first examples in the use of computational analysis for the design of complex shapes. The design techniques invented by Utzon and Arup for Sydney Opera House have been widely developed and are now used by, among others, Frank Gehry or blob architecture. http://cultura.elpais.com/cultura/2013/10/18/actualidad/1382114584_716057.html and http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%93pera_de_S%C3%ADdney

 

Red shoes and the Holocaust

Until recently, only a few people knew Constantine Fam but he has bursted into the world of great films. Last years he won, one after another, all the prizes of the greatest European festivals. Finally its film Shoes (Tufelki) was nominated to the Oscar.

Shoes is a moving short-film on the Holocaust in which neither a word is heard nor a face is seen. Only a pair of red shoes are seen during the whole film. But its impact is bigger than any other big budget film, proving that war can be explored in a simple, wise and silent way.

Constantine Fam knows how to tell a simple story. He himself is a story even though not a simple one. His mother is Jewish and his father is from Vietnam. One of his grandfathers died on Vietnam and the other was lost in combat. His grandmother lived in occupied Ukraine. Really, not many things happen in the film. A girl buys the shoes she dreamt of. She falls in love: she marries. She has children. They are an average couple, very happy. Happiness breaks down when war stars. People like them is the target of this war. The last shot shows gas chambers slummed shut and loads of shoes without owner. http://rusiahoy.com/cultura/2013/10/18/los_zapatos_rojos_y_el_holocausto_33447.html

 

Instagram, protagonist in a photo exhibition of the Biennial of Contemporary Art of Moscow

Instagram is an accessible tool for everybody, including people that do not know much about photography. At the Biennial of Contemporary Art of Moscow held last September, over 6,000 photos were published from which 1,500 were selected. Photos were very different: architectural monuments, snapshots from daily life, landscapes and many cities from the whole wide world. Some of them were printed but most are shown in plasma television sets. Ten screens show the ten categories of the contest, among them "portraits", "architecture" or "landscapes".
www.rusiahoy.com

 

Book reviews

5TH edition of PROCURA Prize 2013 with the title "Cultura que arrea"

PROCURA, Association of Aragon Cultural Professionals call the 5th edition of PREMIO PROCURA with the title "Cultura que arrea". Its goal is to continue to value those projects that are being implemented with more effort and boost than never before. Those that "arrean" (spur) more.

Participation is open to those projects developed by Aragonese cultural managers in Aragon from the public or private sector during 2012 and 2013. Deadline for the registration of projects ends on 22 November 2013. More information and requirements: procura.org/web

 

Show of the Workshop on urban screens: strategy and tactic / fluorescent corners

Fluorescent Corners is a strategy and tactic proposal in a recent media applied to arts as it is urban screens through shape formation an image with imagination. The project consists of the following sections:

  • Archaeology for a digital façade
  • Iberoamerican opening
  • Fluorescent corners

The results of this workshop will serve to open the two 600 m2 screens placed in two faces of the building of eTopia-Centro de Arte y Tecnología. Avda. Ciudad de Soria, s/n ? access by Avda. Autonomía, 7. Until 30 November 2013.

 

Urban Audio Zaragoza (F. Tuerke)

Implementation and exhibition of Urban Audio project by the German creator Florian Tuercke, winner of the prize Paseo Project 2012. Florian Tuercke, winner of the first edition of Paseo Project will be transferred every day to an emblematic place of Zaragoza to attract the sounds produced in the streets. In the evenings, the people of Zaragoza will check in situ the work of this artist, listening to the sounds picked up by his portable equipment. Tuercke will place is portable laboratory in a van. With this team built by the artist during years, he picks up the sounds of the city turning them into a music structure.

eTopia: Centro de Arte y Tecnología. Avda. Ciudad de Soria, s/n ? access by Avda. Autonomía, 7. From 26 de September 2013 to 12 January 2014

 

Open Fridays

This is a by-monthly training event for the whole "Maker" community of the city, detailing the necessary knowledge and experience related to 3D, free hardware, robotics, clonation of 3D printing machines? for the whole initiated public and public without previous knowledge. Every event will include a workshop with the presentation of two innovations. Business Incubator Center of Milla Digital (CIEM) Av de la Autonomia, 7, 50003 Zaragoza. Until 28 December 2013.

 

Pasarela Media (Middle Footbridge)

This exhibition curated by Mariano Salvador, shows eight works chosen among the best of 2012 made by Aragonese creators in the realm of new media. It is included the production of the project Gran Amarillo (Big Yellow) by Enrique Radigales in collaboration with the City of Zaragoza. Pasarela Media has marked the end of Pasarela Media project, made by Fundación Zaragoza Ciudad del Conocimiento in collaboration with the Aragonese audiovisual show ProyectAragón 2012 and the City of Zaragoza. The goal of this platform is to choose and acknowledge the best works made recently in advanced technologies and new digital media as a support to its creators and support to its spreading. An open call has been made and eight projects have been chosen to form part of this exhibition. Etopia-Centro de Arte y Tecnología. Avda. Ciudad de Soria, s/n ? access by Avda. Autonomía, 7. Until 12 January 2014.

 

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