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In Conversation: Human Sciences Presents Los Libros Del Futuro

LOS LIBROS DEL FUTURO
IN CONVERSATION WITH TAMARA BECERRA VALDEZ

We are proud to announce our upcoming residency with Human Sciences in Austin, Texas this summer. Our upcoming weeks at Studium will include interdisciplinary class sessions, research presentation and a committed art practice. We look forward to sharing our motivations in philosophy, art and bookmaking while in residence. 

Please join us Wednesday evening for a conversation with artist Tamara Becerra Valdez about the beginnings, happenings and anticipations of LOS LIBROS DEL FUTURO at Studium. 7PM. 
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18 DE MAYO 2016
LOS LIBROS DEL FUTURO
EN CONVERSACIÓN CON TAMARA BECERRA VALDEZ.

Nos enorgullece anunciar nuestra próxima residencia en Human Sciences en Austin, Texas este verano.

Las próximas semanas a Studium incorporaremos clases interdisciplinarias de investigación y ejercicios prácticos de arte. Deseamos compartir contigo nuestras motivaciones en filosofía, arte y proyectos editoriales para esta residencia.

Por favor acompañamos el miércoles en la noche para una conversación con la artista Tamara Becerra Valdez sobre los inicios, sucesos y anticipaciones de LOS LIBROS DEL FUTURO. 7 PM.
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LOS LIBROS DEL FUTURO presents sessions integrating visual critical theory and art practice based from the topics and ideas found in their self-published materials. Co-founders Luis Safa and Tamara Becerra Valdez began working together in 2015. Together, they have continued their collaboration in sculpture, performance and most recently, in printed materials and creative approaches in education.

LOS LIBROS DEL FUTURO seeks other ways to expand ideas and information in different areas of philosophy, literature, art and language in published materials with integrity, proficiency and appeal. Most importantly, the project gives light and expansion to subjects, people and places that are underrepresented, left behind or erased. It brings together topics of unexpected affinity and mutuality with subtle threads of connection.