ACVG, www.artecontraviolenciadegenero.org, the organizing entity of this exhibition is an activist platform against gender violence. It is directed by Mau Monleón, curator of In-Out House. Circuitos de género y violencia en la era tecnológica.

In-Out House. Circuitos de género y violencia en la era tecnológica is a recompilation of art projects that talk about gender based violence and that use technologies as medium. Web, video and photography are the main support for these art Works, made by 48 Spanish and Latin American artists. They are showing with art their political commitment and their Works can be classified as activist, video-activism and Cyber-feminism. This exhibition is conceived in an interdisciplinary field and that’s why a Research Center in included into it, along with video loops compiled exclusively for the exhibition, and the exhibition of the platform www.artecontraviolenciadegenero.org, right in the exhibition space. As this is an international exhibition, and for the Access to a wider public, al the articles and writings of this catalogue will be available in English online at www.artecontraviolenciadegenero.org. This exhibition had not been possible if it weren’t for the subvention of Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad, Secretaría de Estado e Investigación (before Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación), Dirección General de Investigación y Gestión del Plan Nacional de I+D+I and Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, who has also helped in the coordination of the Project.


00. Preamble

01. UPV Presentation – Por Juan Juliá Igual

02. In-Out House circuitos de genero y violencia en la era tecnologica – Por Mau Monleón

03. Artist descriptions

04. LCI season, Invisible season, feminicidio.net, ACVG & Educative Proyects

05. Transgressing the Norm. Circles of Gender and Technological Resistance – Por Irene Ballester Buigues

06. The [irascible] basis of gender binarism – Por Juan Vicente Aliaga

07. Blood and ritual. Ancient aesthetics in feminist and social art in Latin America – Por Emilia Quiñones Otal

08. Art against violence. The persistence of a tradition – Por Rocío de la Villa

09. One Doesn’t Speak of That. Voices Against Violence – Por Ana & Carmen Navarrete