But many find this quite pleasant. Diedrich Diederichsen is a Berlin-based critic of art, pop music, theater, and politics. Gerahmt wird das Ausstellungsprogramm von zwei Veranstaltungen. Am Samstag den Am The newest free downloadable edition deals with aspects of the public sphere, public space, and public art in seven different metropolises around the world. The point of departure was a competition that was held for a master plan for public art in the new Europaallee district in the centre of Zurich, the first such plan in Switzerland.
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The issue will be first introduced and afterwards followed by cakes, coffee and tea. Everybody who wants to join the discussion about the shifts in Zurichs urban development is warmly invited. Opening the evening with the film 'Glory of the Garden' HD-Video, 14 min, by Marion von Osten, a slow-tempo satire of change in the art institutional structure over the last decades, this evening will focus on the bio-political aspect of an institutional operation.
The question then of course would be: what changes do we want and what can we do to the established daily regimes? Film starts at 8pm.
Discussion afterwards. Corner Cuisine will serve you with a new version of Ein-Topf. Come and enjoy! In cooperation with Motto Zurich Store. After their presentation, they will open up a discussion around these four applications. At the end of the session a reader will be handed out, to be read over the following week. The reader includes text excerpts from writings that inspired the four projects. It will be possible to respond to the reader in "Lines" before the second session scheduled on November 29th.
Both sessions will be held in English. They create frameworks — rule sets — based on how reading, writing and organization of textual information could work differently. As our daily reading habits change, so must our writing habits and the way we communicate, and ultimately the way we think. Authoring is becoming curating, and the expression of the in-between gains importance over content.
They are divided in two opposing teams debate and discuss a motion that they have been assigned. Each participant has been given a position opposing or defending the motion, and each has five minutes to argue their case uninterrupted.
Thereafter the speakers challenge each other, and the audience may in turn question the speakers. The event ends with a vote for the more persuasive team. Each speaker must play his or her assigned role, regardless of whether they agree or not. Speakers benefit from temporary immunity: what they say during the debate is not necessarily their opinion and they cannot be held to their word afterwards.
This session will add a new level of engagement to Theory Tuesdays, in that there will be a discussion around the actual use of the "Lines" application in response to the texts, alongside a more traditional discussion. We will conclude with questions, comments and critique. The session will be held in English. Established in The evergrowing project will accessible to the public through various "Slide Shows" organized by guest curators and Triin Tamm herself.
Including slides from more than 60 artists, "Simultaneous Slide Show" will be on display in the Corner College until the 18th of December If you happen to be in the area, please pass by and submit a slide! It's called the Carousel. Seit betreibt er den mobilen Ausstellungsraum und Verlag Scriptings. Social Works From the back cover of the book: "At a time when art world critics and curators heavily debate the social, and when community organizers and civic activists are reconsidering the role of aesthetics in social reform, this book makes explicit some of the contradictions and competing stakes of contemporary experimental art-making.
Social Works is an interdisciplinary approach to the forms, goals and histories of innovative social practice in both contemporary performance and visual art. Shannon Jackson uses a range of case studies and contemporary methodologies to mediate between the fields of visual and performance studies.
The result is a brilliant analysis that not only incorporates current political and aesthetic discourses but also provides a practical understanding of social practice. Buchvernissage Jubeldruck Xylon. Ben travels with him to the heavily militarized border between North and South Korea, and then to the globalization hub of Dubai.
Art Safari is a BBC documentary series about contemporary artists in the international art scene. Total running time: 30 minutes Language: English without subtitles. She suggests a choice of different films.
She writes: "The choice of films reflects what is being produced in London at the moment. There is a strong narrative element which coincides or collides with the images showed alongside. A sort of video essay but maybe with a more de-constructionalist twist which plays on language and imagery and how they go together.
A narrative voice accompanies the viewer through the film taking her along the story albeit it being associative and not a straight line. One exception presents EP Park's film where communication and narration are made difficult. A male narrator recites the story while photographs interchange quickly. Ralph Dorey Sunk In 8' Ralph Dorey's film deals with the concept of film and how things are constructed.
But also with the question of what is an inner and outer structure and how to make them visible. Annie Davey no title or length yet Annie Davey's film is a narrative that takes us on a journey having as starting point a contemporary building in London. On her way she visits a modernist icon and recounts her experience. All films and artist will be introduced by Nicole Bachmann.
Films are in English language with no subtitles. Sons and Daughters [of Disappeared Detainees] for Identity and Justice, against Oblivion and Silence began to carry out in the mid-nineties. He studies cases where communication happens when people interact by observing, acting and copying each others movements. It's very simple. If you would like to suggest a specific text, film or invite a visiting artist for a Theory Tuesdays session in , please come to the planning session with your ideas.
We will then, collectively, fill in a calendar with everyone's suggestions and begin official sessions starting in February. Below is a list of requirements to keep in mind as you prepare your suggestion s. Please don't hesitate to make suggestions that are in German! The products of the "No Corruption" brand demonstrate the high level and elegance of objects produced by the most discriminated people, if given temporarily, the same opportunities as the middle class.
In Hungary, about , people belong to the Roma minority.
Most of them live in extreme poverty in small villages in eastern and southern Hungary. One of the traditional crafts of the region is a special wicker technique. The starting point for El Hassan was in functional design: laptop-bags and camera-bags made of wicker. This volume has been written from the perspective of art as practice.
Lecture Process Charlotte Cheetham. Album 1 - From Kunstkammers to Vanitas Charlotte Cheetham is a french curator of graphic design and runs the blog manystuff. She will visit Corner College and have a lecture about her exploration and promotion of graphic design. Her practice, constantly redefined, is based on an experimental approach embodied in publishing experiences, in exhibition moments, and in a flow of information over the Internet.
Working on interpretation, on reinterpretation, she is interested in the thinking process - multi-disciplinary, poetic, experimental and surprising - that leads to the final "form". Space - Place - Society: Are we all suburbanized? Departing from the Suburban as an important type of daily living environment, the three chosen texts will introduce ways of thinking about space and society. Robert Fishman analyses suburbia in a historical perspective, Thomas Sieverts writes about the contemporary European cityscape, and Prigge presents aspects of Lefebvre's conceptualization of space.
The talk will propose the state of publishing today, the history and transformation of science fiction in the 21st century context -- and propose "fictocriticism" as a coherent generic response to the current cultural context. The relationship between curator and artist is the most decisive and probably most complex factor in the development of an exhibition project. Notions like trust, accomplishment and responsibility are keystones in the strengthening of this relationship. The curator is profiling his exhibition program, is choosing the artists, is setting up the best possible spatial, financial, physical and other necessary conditions and is responsible for the mediation of the artistic message.
The exhibition touched fundamental questions in terms of production, finances and logistics, next to more philosophical and political questions. His increasingly automaton-like behavior is coupled with a strange clarity of insight about the world around him.
Bait and bleed - d. What exactly happens inside it? Our adherence to the Russian initiative has the purpose of halting the possession of all chemical weapons. Unlike the more regular outages, which affect mainly rural areas, Tuesday's problems hit the capital city Caracas itself. Organisiert von Incomindios. She understood why they pursued her, but she needed to appear free for her mark.
His inner musings, as he wanders the luminous streets of Paris, are narrated in the form of an unwritten diary by Ludmila Mikael. Zet asked to hand in Thilo Sarrazin's book "Deutschland schafft sich ab". The session will conclude with a controversial discussion about current artistic practices. This lecture will present some of the many avant-garde developments that took place in Japan since the start of the twentieth century, and try to highlight their fonctionning and connections with artists and collective outside Japan.
The lecture will be framed by several japanese film screenings at AP News. This caused great uproar and led to his condemnation by a general public who had not heard of him before.