Spheres of Action: Art and Politics, Tate Shots, 2005
Peter Sloterdijk, Professor of Philosophy and Rector of the School of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe, and author of Critique of Cynical Reason (Edition Suhrkamp, 1983), Rules for the People Park (Suhrkamp Verlag KG, 1999) and Spheres (Suhrkamp Verlag, 1998)
Peter Weibel, Director of the Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, and author of Fast Forward: Media Art (Ingvild Goetz, 2004) and The Open Work, 1964–1979 (Hatje Cantz, 2005)
Boris Groys, Professor at the School of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe and author of Stalin’s Total Work of Art (Hanser, 1988) and Ilya Kabakov (Phaidon Press, 1998).
The conference is chaired by Eric Alliez, Senior Research Fellow at University of Paris IV, and Peter Osborne, Professor of Modern European Philosophy at Middlesex University.
“Bauhaus of the technological Age” Eric Alleiz
Quite a interesting article if you haven’t read it before:
Alternative Art Schools
In December 2010 student occupations mushroomed across the UK. On the arts front Arts Against Cuts hosted an action-planning Long Weekend at Goldsmiths Student Union and occupied Tate Britain during the Turner Prize award ceremony. Art students from the Slade School of Fine Art were served a legal injunction and taken to court by their university, following their sit-ins.
The student uprising comes at a time when ……
Exhibition in Ealing at the Open Gallery discussing values of Utopia,
PRIVATE VIEW: 4TH NOVEMBER 6PM (free entry and beer)
HAVE A LOOK >>>>http://www.openealing.com/exhibitions/future-exhibition/
We are postponing the Re – Launch till March 2012 as to make sure everything is perfect.
All dates are subject to change but at the minute the Opening event Should be 8th March 2012.
A six Month Syllabus is under Joint creation with Performance: Space so keep a look out for that!
BUT … we have proposed titles as a taster of what to expect:
April/ May – Art, Media and Culture
June/ July – Politics and the Body
Aug/ Sept – Art and Academia
All of this info is under AAC Events so PLEASE keep looking for any changes.
THIS IS NOT A SCHOOL.
15.10.11 > 30.10.11
GALLERY OPEN: FRIDAY > SUNDAY 12PM – 6PM
SATURDAY 22.10.11 12PM – 7PM
PREVIEW 14.10.11 6PM – 9PM
Five Years presents This Is Not a School. – A programme of events in
the gallery responding to the phenomenon of the ‘alternative education
project.’ From an open invitation for anyone to propose a one-hour
‘participatory activity’ that questions the ‘Free School’ structure
and its wide ranging history and ethos, all proposals were accepted