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No Order: Art in a Post-Fordist Society

Archive Books announces No Order: Art in a Post-Fordist Society :: This editorial research and investigation project focuses on the relationships between contemporary art systems and capitalism’s production processes.

By means of an investigation into current creative industries — and their social, economic and semiotic assemblages — the magazine contributions (essays, articles, interviews and dialogues as well as artists’ projects) aim to deconstruct, analyse and intervene within the ambit of the procedures and forms of cognitive capitalism. It will concentrate, in particular, on the phenomena of the ‘biennalisation’, ‘financialisation’ and ‘spectacularisation’ of the political, beginning with the control and distribution of forms of artistic education, production and display on a global scale. Continue reading


Jun 11, 12:22
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The Workers: Precarity, Invisibility, Mobility [us N. Adams]

The Workers: Precarity, Invisibility, Mobility :: May 29, 2011 – March 15, 2012 :: MASS MoCA, 1040 MASS MoCA WAY, North Adams, Massachusetts.

We all know what Rosie the Riveter looked like, and what she stood for. Ford-era production line labor — and the rise of powerful unions — left us indelible portraits of work in mid 20th century America. Before that, Dickens created searing portraits of labor in the proto-industrial era, as Millet and his followers recorded a vivid picture of agrarian labor in mid 19th century Europe. But what does work look like today in a global economy marked by outsourcing, rapid migration, disruptive economies, and a state of labor that seems fractured, precarious, and almost invisible? Continue reading


May 30, 11:57
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Younes Baba-Ali: No Signal Found [be Brussels]

Younes Baba-Ali: No Signal Found :: until May 21, 2011 :: ArteContemporanea, 22, rue des Chevaliers, 1050 Brussels, Belgium.

A parabolic antenna installed within the gallery bumps in vain into the wall. Switching on/off unpredictably, seven hairdryers panic: the air released by one makes the next swinging. The leads of three ball pens appear and disappear, as they are compulsively pressed by tireless, clenched hands. At regular intervals, a megaphone broadcasts a mysterious code, while a TV screen turned towards the wall stubbornly releases the blurred sound of a missing channel. Here and there, tools of our technological, networked and overconnected everyday life cacophonously switch on and off and answer to each other. Continue reading


Apr 23, 10:55
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The Global Art System [eg Alexandria]

The Global art system, contemporary internationalism and ways to challenge the mainstream — A two day workshop with Lucrezia Cippitelli Continue reading


Apr 12, 12:08
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Live Stage: Coded Cultures [at Vienna]

Coded Cultures: Creative Practice out of Diversity book discussion with Christian Reder (Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien); Georg Russegger (Coded Cultures); Matthias Tarasiewicz and Michal Wlodkowski (5uper.net).:: April 4, 2011; 7:00 – 10:00 pm :: kunsthalle project space am karlsplatz, karlsplatz Vienna, Austria.

Through the transformations of creative cultures, enabled by digital media and global communication networks, new practices and ability profiles of artistic delineations and explorations are gaining grounds. New global codes and cultures are emerging out of diverse, intercultural abstractions and inventions, connected through new ways of exchanging ideas and sharing knowledge. Continue reading


Apr 2, 18:44
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Silent Zone: Ethical Intrusions in Aesthetic Behavior [us La Jolla]

Silent Zone: Ethical Intrusions in Aesthetic Behavior :: April 5 – June 8, 2011 :: gallery@calit2, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, California.

Curated by Karla Villegas, Silent Zone: Ethical Intrusions in Aesthetic Behavior features the work of José Antonio Vega Macotela, Laura Balboa, and Laboratorio 060. The exhibition includes “Time Divisa,” a ceramic tile relief installation that replicates the main wall of the Santa Martha Acatitla prison in Mexico City, and “The wind blows where it wants to” a series of dialogues with inmates of the prison, by José Antonio Vega Macotela. Continue reading


Mar 26, 11:37
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Live Stage: Stories, in Between [no Bergen]

[Image: Runo Lagomarsino, “We support,” 2007-2011. Slide projection installation, dimensions variable] Stories, in Between with Loulou Cherinet, Patricia Esquivias, Brendan Fernandes, Tamar Guimarães, Will Kwan, Runo Lagomarsino, and Maya Økland; Guest curated by Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh :: January 22 – March 6, 2011 :: Opening: January 21; 6:00 pm :: Stiftelsen 3,14, Vågsallmenningen 12, 5014 Bergen, Norway.

Discussions around identity in our supposedly post-colonial world have been in the forefront of intellectual and artistic activities for nearly four decades. From Edward Said onwards, thinkers like Homi K. Bhabha, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, and Frantz Fanon have transformed the way that we understand and discuss colonialism and globalization. Continue reading


Jan 17, 19:08
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Journeys Across Media 2011: Space in Our Time

[Image from Adrift] Journeys Across Media 2011: Space in Our Time: Exploring the Frontiers of Screen and Live Performance Space :: May 6, 2011 :: University of Reading, UK :: Call for Papers – Deadline: January 30, 2011.

Space in performance and media is constantly shifting. Emerging technologies and new models of physical spaces have radically shaped our conceptions and experiences of performing, the world and our performing within that world. Artistic experimentation in live performance tests and contests space as a neutral/ political/ liminal/ active zone. Through innovative spatial delineations and/or site specific work, contemporary theatre and performance challenge conventions of text and space, performance and institution and performance and audience. Continue reading


Dec 19, 13:14
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Live Stage: Networks and States [us NYC]

Milton Mueller — Networks and States: The Global Politics of Internet Governance :: December 14, 2010; 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: Warren Weaver Hall, Rm 317, NYU, 251 Mercer Street, NYC + streamed live.

Milton Mueller is a professor at the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University, where he teaches courses on information and communication policy and telecommunication management.He is also XS4All Professor at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. His research focuses on property rights, institutions and global governance in communication and information industries. Currently, he is doing research on the legal and regulatory responsibilities of Internet service providers, Internet Protocol addressing policy, the policy implications of Deep Packet Inspection technology and the security governance practices of network operators. Continue reading


Dec 11, 20:04
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Connected Communities: global or local2local?

[Image: Sparky – DIY Web-Based Telepresence Robot] Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts Conference 2011: Connected Communities: global or local2local? :: September 4-7, 2011 :: University of Nottingham Ningbo, China, with add on option of September 3 in Shanghai.

In 2011 the DRHA conference will explore the new connectivities in societies and cultures which are enabled by the blending of virtual and physical space, the traversing of time and space through the virtual, and the evolution of innovative methodologies. Crossing disciplines and challenging boundaries within the humanities, arts and the creative industries, this conference will examine critically familiar notions of the ‘local’, the ‘global’ and the ‘network’ across the cultural spectrum.

We anticipate specific strands focusing on such topics as the following, but the conference welcomes other related suggestions: Continue reading


Dec 5, 17:58
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