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Women under Surveillance Symposium

Please scroll down for English version Symposium 2. & 3. Dezember 2015 Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln Filzengraben 2, 50676 Köln http://wus.khm.de   Das zweitägige Symposium Women under Surveillance tritt vermeintlich neutralen Definitionen von Überwachung entgegen. Es führt einen künstlerischen und interdisziplinären Dialog über Überwachung im Digitalzeitalter. Dieses Bezugsfeld wird dabei mit einem besonderen Fokus auf […]

CTRL [SPACE]

Required reading for the seminar: The catalogue for the 2001 ZKM exhibition CTRL [SPACE]  – Rhetorics of Surveillance from Bentham to Big Brother. It’s in the Semesterapparat in the library, also Christian has a copy that you can come and borrow (if you promise to treat it well). Plus the artist’s pages are still online […]

KHM-Beiträge beim Weather Tunnel Project, Peking

Susanna Schönbergs ‘Blind Spots’ und anderes beim Weather Tunnel Project, Peking Amidst the global challenges of climate and ecological crises that threaten the very existence of humanity, the exhibition TransLife reflects on the whereabouts of humankind in relationship to nature through an unique perspective and philosophical speculation, calling for citizen participation in facing these imminent […]

How To Do Things With Words

An Exhibition of Radical Speech Acts October 30–November 9, 2010 Opening Reception:  November 1, 2010, 6:00 – 8:00 pm Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center Parsons The New School for Design http://www.newschool.edu/sjdc The exhibition presents the work of fifteen artists and collectives who explore the relationship between language and power, […]

Exhibition: Nobody’s Property: Art, Land, Space, 2000-2010

Nobody’s Property: Art, Land, Space, 2000-2010 October 23, 2010-February 20, 2011 Over the last ten years, “land” and “space” have become pressing subjects for artistic investigation, so much so that we can now speak of a new generation of environmental artists.  Nobody’s Property will explore this development and probe the reasons for its appearance at […]

A Reasonable Man in a Box : Jill Magid @ at Whitney NYC

In her first solo exhibition in an American museum, Jill Magid (b. 1973) continues to explore means of penetrating closed systems of power. Taking institutional structures, rules, laws, and language as her media, Magid has developed a conceptually rigorous, largely performance-based practice in which she seeks to engage institutions of power on a personal, intimate […]