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41ktt03w1ql__ss500_.jpgQueer Relational: Pour en finir avec l’esthétique relationelle by Marc Leger:

“And so, when criticizing Bourriaud, we should think to cast our nets as widely as possible since he, like almost anyone involved in what Johanne Lamoureux calls the “avant-garde gambit,” makes the usual criticisms of commercialism, reification, the division of labour, specialisation, the spectacle, automatic cash machines, and so on, but without providing any serious political substance when it comes to the institution of art in the age of the creative industries and global petty bourgeois ideology.”

“… My focus for queer relational is first of all Nicolas Bourriaud, the mastermind behind the successful formula. After talking about his ideas, I then want to ask some questions about the usefulness of so-called relational work for queer praxis. Continue reading


Jul 28, 11:28
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Water Under the Bridge [pl Gdansk + Liverpool]

Under the bridge: Eight artistic interventions in public spaceLiverpool: Garston: Dorota Buczkowska, Roman Dziadkiewicz, Elżbieta Jabłońska, Łukasz Jastrubczak; Gdansk: Dolne Miasto: Ross Dalziel, Kevin Hunt, Maeve Rendle, Rita Slater :: May – October 2009 :: over Church Road in Garston, Liverpool and over Szopy Street, Gdansk.

Under the bridge is about the series of artistic interventions in the public and “mental” space of two bridges, and seeks to analyse the subconscious of the district, symbolically linking two spaces. Can art for at least a short while eliminate the ugliness of the two bridges? Will their oppressiveness disappear for a moment? Continue reading


Jul 28, 10:52
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Reblogged Feral Trade Cafe: Buying a Narrative with your Coffee

Jul 28, 10:32
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Art & Education: Call for Papers

Art & Education (A&E): Call for Papers — Artforum and e-flux are pleased to announce the launch of the Art & Education Papers archive, a new global platform for sharing and distributing research and knowledge in the field of contemporary art.

A&E Papers aims to exponentially widen the accessibility and reach of art-historical and critical discourse by hosting a free online platform for the publication and exchange of texts on modern and contemporary art. Art historians, students, critics, and artists alike will have the opportunity to gain access to a far greater and more focused readership than conventional publishing allows, while also enjoying unlimited access to a deep archive of scholarly writing by and for Art & Education’s rapidly growing audience, which currently comprises an international network of more than 70,000 visual arts professionals and academics. Continue reading


Jul 27, 13:35
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Out of Character | Vuk Cosic [uk Perth]

Out of Character | Vuk Cosic :: August 1 – November 2009 :: Threshold artspace, Horsecross, Mill Street, Perth, UK.

Horsecross is delighted to present Out of Character – the first solo exhibition in Scotland by internationally recognised artist Vuk Cosic described as ‘an archaeologist of the future’. The exhibition features new commissions and acquisitions, which echo Cosic’s earlier signature works. They are showing alongside the artist’s own favourites from the permanent Horsecross collection of contemporary art. Out of Character reflects Cosic’s interest in media archaeology and his belief that the role of the artist is to move away from the blind adoption of engineering defaults and instead to suggest ‘constructive abuse’ of technology. Continue reading


Jul 27, 13:29
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Live Stage: Eduardo Kac [us NYC]

Eduardo Kac :: July 29, 2009; 6:00 pm :: The Project Room for New Media, Chelsea Art Museum (CAM), 556 West 22nd Street, New York City .

Eduardo Kac, a Brazilian-born Chicago-based pioneer of telepresence and bio art, is internationally known for his 1999 groundbreaking transgenic artwork “Genesis”, and “GFP Bunny, Alba”, the fluorescent green rabbit that attracted global attention in 2000.

Kac will talk about his new transgenic work Natural History of the Enigma has, a plantimal that is a genetically-engineered flower hybrid of the artist and Petunia. The work is a poetic reflection on the contiguity of life between different species. Continue reading


Jul 27, 13:12
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“The City is Creative” by Michelle Teran

In The City is Creative — by Michelle Teran — everyday performative acts, as depicted on YouTube videos, are located and reenacted in the city where they took place.

People meet in different ways now, even in the most strangest manner. Imagine flying over a city and witnessing all the things that are taking place there. Connect to Google Earth and find Eindhoven, a small city in The Netherlands. As you get closer, a number of YouTube videos appear on top of the city. As you bring up each video you start to experience what is taking place there. Continue reading


Jul 26, 17:50
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Open Computer Vision (OpenCV) Residency

BALTAN Laboratories and Piksel OpenCV Collaborative Research and Development Residency :: Open Call for Proposals — Deadline: August 31, 2009.

As part of BALTAN Laboratories’ Blueprint research programme investigating the roles and forms of the art and technology laboratory of the future, BALTAN and Piksel are collaborating to explore the relationship between hard and software developers working on free and open source tools for artistic production, and the artistic use and development of these tools in a laboratory setting. One artist will be selected from this open call to produce an artwork using tools developed in collaboration with local and international developers of the Piksel Community, together with BALTAN and Piksel, through workshops and a residency at BALTAN. The Piksel/BALTAN collaboration will run from September until December 2009. Continue reading


Jul 26, 17:09
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Live Stage: Dina A.Ramadan [eg Alexandria]

Lecture by Dina A.Ramadan :: August 2, 2009; 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: Alexandria Contemporary Arts Forum (ACAF), 10 Hussein Hassab Street, Flat 6, Azarita, Alexandria, Egypt.

Dina A. Ramadan’s contribution to ‘A.K.A. EDUCATION?’ will examine the role that art education has historically played in producing artists and imagining art audiences in Egypt. That the dominant narrative of the ‘birth’ of modern Egyptian art history is so indebted to the existence of an academic institution- the founding of the School of Fine Arts in Cairo by Prince Yusuf Kamal in 1908- is by no means coincidental, but in fact extremely telling. A mapping of multiple ways in which this educational project manifests itself therefore becomes particularly pertinent. Continue reading


Jul 26, 15:59
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