Manuel Cirauqui is a writer and curator based in New York. He currently works at Dia Art Foundation, where he has organized the lecture series Monuments, Monumentality, Monumentalization (2013-ongoing), and Iñaki Bonillas’s web project Words and Photos (2014). He is also an adjunct lecturer at the Rhode Island School of Design, and the producer of the radio program §ympo§ium on WGXC 90.7 FM.



Discothèque philosophique feat. Iván Navarro
Discothèque philosophique is a listening room for music and recorded lectures, a stage for aural transmission and “critical dancing”. Expanding his concept of transmusic as recently developed at HEAD Geneva, and pursuing the investigations of his radio program §ympo§ium, Cirauqui presents this time a collaboration with artist and sound producer Iván Navarro. Occupying, like a dream of an afterlife, the French embassy’s Librairie Albertine for one night, the Discothèque philosophique will be a nightly exhibition of sound lit by Navarro’s sculpture—a dialogue of record collections in a temporary night club—a mirage at the heart of P is not Dead.

Time: 00:00 am
Location: Cultural Services of the French Embassy / Albertine Books