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Exhibition HAUNTOPIA / WHAT IF Venice (Sept 8-Oct9, 2017)

May 9, 2017

HAUNTOPIA / WHAT IF The Exhibition Save the date: Exhibition opening, September 7, 2017, 7 pm Download Invitation In times of violent political conflicts, the exhibition explores the conjuring of specters as a proper method of arts-based research. It welcomes the appearance of ghostly events, signs, images, practices and objects that recount the ferocities of […]

EARN Conference HAUNTOPIA / WHAT IF Programme Venice (Sept 8-9, 2017)

April 19, 2017

HAUNTOPIA / WHAT IF The Conference Haunting has been employed to create a language for the ways in which an unfinished past (Avery Gordon) makes itself known in the here and now. Violent histories or stories make themselves known and cause disruptions, wronging the wrong (Eve Tuck). In the course of this conference (and the exhibition), we explore […]

Programme online – Second Research Pavilion Venice Biennale 2017 (May 11-Oct 15, 2017)

February 17, 2017

Uniarts Helsinki is set to open a Research Pavilion in May in the context of the 57th Venice Biennale. During a span of five months, the Pavilion will host three contemporary art exhibitions and over forty multidisciplinary events. Under the theme Utopia of Access, the Pavilion calls for a variety of interpretations on urgent topics […]

CALL FOR INPUT – EARN Conference 2017 (Sept 8-9, 2017)

December 22, 2016

HAUNTOPIA / What if The organizers of this conference invite eight EARN members – PhD candidates in the field of arts-based research – to give a 15-minute input each. If your project is concerned with the question of Hauntopia/What if as laid out in the introduction (see details below), we encourage you to respond to […]

call for input – “Not Now! Now!”
deadline July 30th 2013

July 15, 2013

the very exiting temporal politics of arts-based research October 17-18, 2013, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna The conference invites six EARN members – especially PhD candidates in the field of arts-based research – to give a ten minutes input each. If your project is concerned with the question of chronopolitics as laid out in the […]

Vienna hosts “A Conceptual History of Exhibition-making”

April 25, 2010

Simon Sheikh Lecture “A Conceptual History of Exhibition-making” (English) within the framework of the WWTF/Art(s) & Sciences research project “Troubling Research. Performing Knowledge in the Arts” Since 1989, we have not only seen (geo)political and cultural changes in Europe, former west and east alike, but also a renewed interest in the exhibition as the main […]