April 2017
01.04.2017 -
06.05.2017
2017 / 201704 / 201705 / Ausstellung
Uriel Orlow personal exhibition
Geraniums Are Never Red

Uriel Orlow
 
30.04.2017
2017 / 201704 / Vortrag
Guest lecture of the Postgraduate Programme in Curating CAS/ MAS ZHdK
Joshua Simon: Verschüttete Traditionen // The Great Soviet Encyclopedia: Communism and The Dividual

Joshua Simon
 

Mai 2017
09.05.2017
2017 / 201705 / Buchvernissage
Buchvernissage
Christoph Kappeler: Josef Maria Schröder


 
13.05.2017 -
10.06.2017
2017 / 201705 / Ausstellung
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
Abel Auer, Lisa Biedlingmaier, June Crespo, Ulrika Jäger, Bernadette Wolbring
 

Saturday, 10.10.2015
15:00h

 

2015 / 201510 / Artist Talk / Ausstellung / Sound Intervention / Workshop
Shipwreck Study Notes Marathon Session: Artist Talk, Wreckship, Musicking, Dinner
Graeme Thomson & Silvia Maglioni
 




Artist talk by Silvia Maglioni & Graeme Thomson

The artist talk will gradually merge into the Shipwreck Study Notes sessions (Wreckship & Musicking), and be followed by a dinner.

Shipwreck Study Notes #1 (Wreckship):
Making a life raft (‘weg von hier’)


The workshop/wreckship takes up dispersed textual fragments as materials for constructing an assemblage that may function as materials for a life raft, one whose logs do not close ranks but are loosely fastened to allow the passage of water between them, yet at the same time their ties permit the raft to ‘hold fast’. One of the aims will be to think this notion of the raft in the shadow of past, recent and ongoing catastrophes of displacement. Through the score provided by the Study Notes, the functioning of the reading group will be steered towards a more floating, poetic dynamic (including texts by Kafka, Woolf, Pessoa, Gombrowicz, Lispector, Deligny, Deleuze, Guattari, Agamben).

Shipwreck Study Notes #2 (Musicking):
Aquaosmosis


Elements of the aquatic sound environment in the exhibition space become the basis for a group improvisation using existing/invented instruments or sound-making devices provided by the participants and by Corner College. The group’s deployment of these will be guided by a number of rites chosen from the Shipwreck Study Notes. The improvisation will focus on music making as a collective, participative act or activity involving heterogeneous and not-always strictly musical means of expression, rather than as the interpretation or constitution of a musical work or object.

Dinner

This event is part of the exhibition Shipwreck Study Notes (What Rises From the Depths Cannot Help But Break the Surface) by Silvia Maglioni and Graeme Thomson.

The event and the exhibition are kindly supported by the French Embassy in Switzerland.

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