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Category Archives: Lecture

Morten Lind and Michelle Teran Man and machine – Who controls whom?

15-Apr-17

Thursday, February 16 Kunsthall Trondheim http://kunsthalltrondheim.no/arrangementer/man-and-machine-who-controls-whom/?lang=en  Have we subjected ourselves to machines, or do they constitute new ways for us to organize? Research Scientist in Robotics at SINTEF Morten Lind, and newly appointed Associate Professor at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art (KiT) Michelle Teran, will give us a critical insight in to contemporary relationships […]

Artistic Courage in the Time of Immediacy Seminar

29-Dec-16

Date: Thursday, November 3, 10am – 4pm
Location: Kunsthall Trondheim
Presenters: Åshild Adsen, Helena Holmberg, Marit Paasche, Åse Løvgren, Michelle Teran

Link to seminar information

The seminar “Artistic Courage in a Time of Immediacy” will be held at Kunsthall Trondheim this coming Thursday, in conjunction with The Hannah Ryggen Triennale 2016. Over the past few years there has been a renewed interest in the political aspects of art: artists using their political and social commitment as the basis for their artistic production. It is within this framework that Hannah Ryggen has gained renewed interest.

Radio Symposium LaPublika

24-Sep-16

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An international radio-symposium about art and public sphere, with almost 100 participants, conversations, music, performances and sound installations.

metroZones Schule THE CAMP 2016

10-Sep-16

MetroZones Schule THE CAMP //// Assamblea of connecting spaces and practices Donnerstag 15. – Sonntag 18. September 2016 HAMBURG fux Kaserne link to website and detailed programme At the end of summer, we invite you to the fux // kaserne Hamburg in order to join our four-day camp that is – also known as Versammlung […]

What Time Is It on the Clock of the World*

10-Sep-16

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International Festival on Feminism and Public Space.
Performances, Lectures, Workshops, Concerts.

May 4—7, 2016

Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg (HFBK)
Lerchenfeld 2
22081 Hamburg

Link to festival website

CATASTROPHE, CATACLYSM AND THE SINGULAR ACCIDENT

10-Nov-15

Catastrophe, Cataclysm and the Singular Accident is a one-day symposium open to the public during which artists, scholars, researchers and members of the community will engage in a discussion of the theoretical, aesthetic and political ramifications of tsunamis and technological disasters, epidemics and tectonic shifts, evictions and colonialisms, cataclysmic trajectories and avoidable/unavoidable outcomes.

The Age of Catastrophe

10-Nov-15

Video Pool Media Arts Centre & Actual Contemporary present

The Age of Catastrophe

13 November – 12 December 2015

at Actual Contemporary/ 300 Ross Avenue

Discussion and screening about the film “Mortgaged Lives” of Michelle Teran

10-Nov-15

LA CHAMBRE BLANCHE is pleased to invite you for a talk by Canadian-Mexican artist Michelle Teran, who is currently artist-in-residence.

Transmedia y Memoria: Cruces entre Espacios y Medios

13-Sep-15

what: 10 day workshop on transmedia storytelling by Canadian artist Michelle Teran
dates: August 11-21, 2015
location: Vivelab, Bogota, Colombia
partners: La Cinemateca Distrital-Gerencia Audiovisuales del IDARTES, la Alta Consejeria de las TIC, el Centro de Memoria Paz y Reconciliación y Vivelab

link to the project website

D+T Masterclass at Parsons Paris

21-May-15

This seminar will focus on the processual approaches to looking and watching, but not in a representational sense: looking at how watching becomes a methodology of tracking. Watching as a tracking which involves online tracking, but can lead to a spatial one as well– an “inside the skin” in a narrative sense. How does one conceptualize this? How does one “do” watching? In this seminar I will discuss methods of tracking information and the study of datasets. How do we, as artists, sort through data, follow its traces, create narratives from it, and even include other people within the making of an artwork.The seminar will begin with a lecture performance, and will be followed by a presentation and discussion of artistic works that use narrativization and tracking.