QUESTION PROJECT

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Civic Engagement / Public Art

Question Project is a civic engagement mechanism and public art project designed by the collective Mil M2. Using a very simple dynamic, the collective enables people to express their concerns regarding social life in their environments in the form of questions. These questions are made publicly visible with the aim of sparking, via their circulation, debate in the public space and a collective questioning of social issues. This project has been reproduced over 80 times, in 26 different cities, collecting more than 25,000 questions all over the world.

Mil Metros Cuadrados is an interdisciplinary collective based in Santiago, Chile, which focuses on collective creation of knowledge through projects involving temporary occupation of spaces and interaction with various communities. In Madrid it will work in collaboration with artist Javier Cruz.

From 11 to 22 July, the Question Project will travel to various places in the capital, collecting and displaying the questions that we, the people who inhabit the city, are asking.

 

Wed-11 July, from 7pm to 11pm

City Centre: Plaza de España, Plaza de Isabel II (Ópera), Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor

 

Thurs-12 July, from 9am to 1pm

Villaverde (San Cristóbal): Street market in Calle Burjasot, Plaza Paloma de la Paz, Plaza de los Pinazo

 

Sat-14 July, from 9am to 1pm

Usera: Street market in Avenida Orcasur, Plaza del Pueblo

 

Sun-15 July, from 6pm to 11pm

Moncloa: Temple of Debod, Oeste Park, Paseo de Camoens

 

Tues-17 July, from 9am to 1pm

Vallecas: Street market in Calle Sierra Gorda, Congosto

 

Wed-18 July, from 7pm to 11pm

La Latina Lower Gardens at Puente de Segovia bridge

 

Fri-20 July, from 9am to 1pm

Chamberí: Glorieta de Quevedo roundabout, Plaza de Olavide

 

Sun-22 July, from 11am to 2pm

Conde Duque Cultural Centre: Public display of the results.

 

In collaboration with Naves Matadero – International Living Arts Centre and the Siemens Stiftung Foundation, as part of the Terreno Común | Common Ground programme

 

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