First tests confirm safety and security of video seminars. To be continued.
Surveillant Architectures: Space Lab “The sky’s an unusual colourThe weather is doing unusual thingsAnd our leaders aren’t even pretending not to be demonsSo where is the good heart to go but inwards?Why not lock all the doors and bolt all the windows?All I am are my doubts and suspicionsI against you against we against them”(Kate […]
The Surveillant Architectures blog has now moved from blog.khm.de to http://sag.khm.de. Nothing lost!
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What is this, a symbolic action? A ritual? Will it catch on? http://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2014/jan/31/snowden-files-computer-destroyed-guardian-gchq-basement-video
http://rwm.macba.cat/en/sonia?id_capsula=819 Founded in Coventry (England) in 1968 by Michael Baldwin, Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge and Harold Hurell, Art & Language brought together the work that these artists had been creating jointly since 1965. A year later, they published the first issue of the homonymous magazine Art-Language, a publication that reflected on theoretical problems of conceptual […]
We looked at her work extensively today in seminar, but to recap and for further looking and reading, here’s a list of online materials. (Don’t forget there are quite a few catalogues in the KHM library; we also have a rare 1992 interview on VHS.) The show at the Ludwig opens this Saturday. Also, on Friday […]
CFP: The Second International Conference on TRANSDICIPLINARY IMAGING at the Intersections between Art, Science and Culture Takes place on 22 * 23, June at Victorian College of the Arts, Federation Hall, Grant Street, Southbank, Melbourne 3006 Call for papers: Interference strategies for art Deadline for Abstracts: March 30, 2012 The Transdisciplinary Imaging Conference seeks papers […]
Ein Interview mit Nils Zurawski (Betreiber des Surveillant Studies Network, Hamburg) anlässlich der Ausstellung des Künstlers Alexander Steig im kunstraum muenchen. Spricht unter anderem über ‘was ist CCTV’: http://www.surveillance-studies.org/2011/07/17/ausstellung-und-interview-zu-cctv/