Februar 2017
24.02.2017
2017 / 201702 / 201703 / Ausstellung
Theorem 4. Aesthetic Agency and the Practices of Autonomy
Part II: Der Prozess / The Trial

Robert Estermann, Jakob Jakobsen, Lara Jaydha, Jso Maeder, Aya Momose, Josefine Reisch, Saman Anabel Sarabi
 
25.02.2017
2017 / 201702 / Artist Talk / Diskussion
Screening, artist talks, discussion
With Aya Momose, Robert Estermann, Jakob Jakobsen, Jso Maeder, Saman Anabel Sarabi & Josefine Reisch and the curators

Robert Estermann, Jakob Jakobsen, Jso Maeder, Aya Momose, Saman Anabel Sarabi
 
27.02.2017
2017 / 201701 / Curatorial Reading Group
Curatorial Reading Group
Session 2


 

März 2017
02.03.2017
2017 / 201703 / Diskussion / Installation
Temporary video installation The Judgment by Kosta Tonev, presentation and discussion with the artist
Kosta Tonev
 
04.03.2017
2017 / 201703 / Performance
INTERMEZZO (locus solus)
First visit

Jso Maeder
 
11.03.2017
2017 / 201703 / Performance
INTERMEZZO (locus solus)
Second visit

Jso Maeder
 
19.03.2017
2017 / 201703 / Buchvernissage / Finissage
Finissage of Theorem 4. Aesthetic Agency and the Practices of Autonomy
Part II: Der Prozess / The Trial
With a reading from the book Josefine, by Saman Anabel Sarabi / high times

Saman Anabel Sarabi
 

Friday, 29.06.2012

 

Ausstellung / Kino / Workshop
Construction School
James Langdon
 


Photograph courtesy Jim Wood


James Langdon will present an ongoing research project on the subject of the Construction School, an experimental design programme in Bristol, England (1964 to 1979).

Program:

2-3pm
James Langdon will give an illustrated presentation of his ongoing research into Norman Potter's (1923-95) 'Construction School' at Bristol, 1964 to 1979. The presentation will include documentary audio and visual material to give an account of the nature and activities of the school.

3.30-5.30pm
A discussion with designer and design historian Christopher Burke, artist Susanne Kriemann and James Langdon. The two guests will each make a short presentation of their own practice, followed by a conversation covering various subjects, including visual research methodologies, the ethics of 'activating' archival materials in artistic production, and the complexities of handling partial or subjective narratives.

6-7.15pm
A group reading from the script of Norman Potter's play 'Icarus' (1975). The play is deeply informed by Potter's experiences at Bristol and his reflections on the international student movement of 1968.

8pm
Grill and drinks.






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