“TO LAUGH WITH SOMEONE IS THE GREATEST SYMPTOM OF LOVE”.
CARMEN MARTÍN GAITE

Dreamed speakers

There is so much of others in ourselves ... Self-made people know: "We are sewn together by the same music spread from one to another", as Huidobro writes.

In the mountain or in the valley; in the ocean or in the open ... whether we are a hummingbird, tiger or goldfinch, there is something in others that forms us. Window or cabin; branch, wings or loose verse, without the others there is no laughter - nor powerful drama – to which to contribute with a verse.

To those and our conversations, this Autumn.

"BETTER THAN MEDICINE"

Four chambers has the heart. Red like strawberries, like the sun when it explodes, like a Rothko in a museum, our heart beats. Delia Rubio, the artist without ego nor time for nonsense, taught me: in art as in life, detail matters. What does your way of dressing say about you? What would you like me to say? In the nature of those things that we are also, Rubio shows us that art can alleviate what chemistry doesn’t reach.

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"DREAMED SPEAKERS"

A garden is a light box. This is what Santiago Beruete tells us. With the help of "Jardinosofía", the author takes us on a journey through the history of gardens and their metaphysical representations. From the Garden of Eden to the Blue Planet via Versailles, the romantic garden and the orchid in your living room, the soul of the world becomes the seed of a dream: how do you want to live?

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"GARDENS THAT STICK"

If the garden is the answer, what is the question? In this chapter, Santiago Beruete, philosopher and gardening lover, takes us on a journey through the history of humanity and its relationship with the green that I want you green. On a visit to Ibiza, his adoptive home, hand in hand with the author of the acclaimed "Jardinesofía- a philosophical history of gardens" we peek into the hidden memory of Nelson Mandela, the bad eating habits of the giraffe Zarafa or the gardens in times of war . Do you like stories?

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"LOVE IN TIMES OF TINDER"

In Marc Chagall's "The Walk" to which we return today *, love is a canvas that leads us to ask ourselves: in these times of Tinder, is it possible to find the love of your life? With the help of Mario Virgilio Montañez Arroyo, head of cultural promotion at the Picasso Foundation, Pompidou Centre Malaga and the collection of the Russian Museum, today we went for a walk through this self-portrait that Marc Chagall painted for his Beauty in 1917.

If love were a work of art, what piece would you choose?

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"LOVES THAT FLY"

Days fly by, so do children in arms and the nomads of time who work by project. Memories fly, those that run more than Lola and the sparrow of love when it’s free. The ideas in your head that’s like a little bird that lives by spinning products, ideas and a dream. Is it possible to get high on nature?

In the kindergarten of us who are adults, flying is the heritage of birds, drones ... and those who love. I don’t know what the nature of love is, but there is a museum in St. Petersburg where a painting hangs that I have not seen. Luckily, Mario Virgilio Montañez Arroyo, head of cultural promotion at the Picasso Foundation, the Pompidou Centre in Malaga and the Russian Museum, is here to tell us about it.

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"FRACTAL LIFE"

Josemari strolled by. With his plaid shirt, his hard-rimmed glasses and his jet-black coat, that elderly man who had cancer at that time was going out to take a breath of air around the neighbourhood of his house in Navarra as we passed by.

For some reason that I still don’t know, I stopped to talk to him. I never saw him again, but his memory left the unmistakable mark of the meetings that are a sign. Like a hunter in search of his orchid, Josemari is an ode to those vital questions that we all ask ourselves ... again and again.

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"WITH EYES WIDE OPEN"

Historian of Art, professor at the University of Malaga and neighbour of the Morlaco Park where the Mediterranean chameleon lives, Maite Méndez is the author of "Camouflage", a book that explores deceit and concealment in contemporary art.

From Picasso and the tanks of World War I to pop art and the media, Méndez's passion for camouflage brings us back to that place where knowledge is also freedom: "If advertising does not dictate your wishes, would you know what you want?"

(The audio is only available in Spanish, sorry)

"WITH EYES TIGHT SHUT"

When there are no words left, everything else remains: gestures, looks and the instinct; silence, words and those holes that life left unfilled. You, who browse Google, can you tell me what algorithm teaches us to look? If four eyes see more than two, let’s close ours and live. Welcome to our first podcast ... and thanks for listening.

(The audio is only available in Spanish, sorry)