EFF Filmmaker Profiles: Dora Garcia

Dora García is an internationally renowned Spanish artist and researcher whose work deals with the parameters and conventions of the presentation of art, questions of time – real or fictional – and the limits between representation and reality. She uses various supports to generate contexts in which the traditional system of communication – transmitter, message, recipient – is altered, thus modifying the traditional relationship between artist, work and public. In 2011 she represented Spain at the Venice Biennale.

Q&A with García  a screening of Second Time Around (Segunda Vez) at the ICA., Saturday 30 March as part of the 2019 Essay Film Festival

Video Profile of the Segunda Vez exhibition
On Reconciliation by Dora García
On Reconciliation offers a public reading of a selection of letters by German philosophers Martin Heidegger (1889) and Hannah Arendt (1906).
Discussion between artist Luke Fowler & Dora Garcia

Installation view of The Joycean Society

Reading as community: Dora García and The Joycean Society By Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

The Joycean Society Review at ArtReview

Audio interview with Dora Garcia on the subject of The Joycean Society

Review of The Joycean Society at The Hollywood Reporter

An informal discussion led by Dr Joe Brooker and Professor Finn Fordham around The Joycean Society (2013), following a screening at the ICA on Sunday 31 March as part of the 2019 Essay Film Festival.

*** Local Caption *** Segunda vez, Second Time Around, Dora García, B/NO, 2018, V’18, Features

Profile of Segunda Vez by Michael Sicinski  at CinemaScope

Website for the Segunda Vez project, collection of texts and reading material

Review of the Segunda Vez exhibition at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

2011 Interview with Dora Garcia on her piece The Inadequate

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