Documentary screening and discussion with Eulàlia Comas and Irene Jaume

Seminar of the exhibition "Kao malo vode na dlanu"
Wednesday, 27 February, 2019


Activity linked to the seminar Love for what? Changing love to change everything? of the exhibition Kao malo vode na dlanu (Like a little water in the palm of the hand), a project about love in Serbia, by Mireia Sallarès.

If love is not only a reproductive force but also a productive one, what other economies can it produce? During the 1930s, Catalonia experienced a revolution in politics, in economics and in the organisation of life. On the strength of this legacy, what kind of transformation of the affects is being tested today in the cooperative economy and in ecofeminism?

Eulàlia Comas. A journalist and anthropologist, she is the director of the documentary to be screened before the discussion: Economia col·lectiva. L’última revolució d’Europa [Collective Economy. The Latest European Revolution] tells the story of the management by the  of between 70% to 80% of firms in Catalonia in 1936.

Irene Jaume. An activist and bookseller, she is one of the worker-managers of the bookshop La Ciutat Invisible, where she also carries out communication tasks and researches aspects of cooperative culture.

Video: Agustín Ortiz Herrera.