Talk for the WHAP! Lecture series at Calarts, 17 Nov. 2017 at 19:30. At the West Hollywood Public Library, Los Angeles, CA. Talk looks at the creation of new models of subjectivity in light of planetary-scaled complexity.
With/As Laboria Cuboniks in collaboration with H.A.U.S. – the episode “Alien Introspection” will be presented / broadcast on 2 Nov. 2017 from 18-22:00. A seminar will take place the following day from 18:00-21:00. All events at Reaktor, in Vienna.
“Promlouvat z nevhodných míst” interview by Václav Janoščík, with Diann Bauer.
Talk and discussion at Unsound Festival in Krakow, PL on 12 Oct. 2017 at 12:00.
8 Sept., 2017 @ 19:45 opening. Group exhibition at Meetfactory, Prague. With works by Kathy Acker, Ines Doujak, Laboria Cuboniks (Diann Bauer and Patricia Reed), M Lamar, Denisa Lehocká, Anna Ročňová, and Darkthrone. Curated by Boris Ondreička
Symposium on 27 June 2017, 15-19:00 at Silent Green, Berlin in cooperation with Ivana Franke’s Schering Stiftung exhibition, and partnering with Savvy Contemporary. Lecture: Abducted by Dragons: Politics and the Hypothetical.
Group exhibition opening in Oakland, California, June 17 , running through to August 20 2017. Details can be found on the MoC Website.
Theme: Queering Media Ecologies, on Sat. May 20, 2017 at Click Festival, Elsinore, Denmark. Moderated by M. Rørbo, w. C. Self and S. Paasonen.
Served up remotely, a Lecture on “Mobile Alienation” on Sunday April 30 2017 2pm-5pm – in conjunction with Susan Ploetz’s event “The Guild”. Details here.
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Enmeshed in a world of complex entanglement, our navigation of it or the ways in which we co-inhabit its biosphere,... More
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For The Future of Demonstration: Vermoegen, a performance and broadcast event on 2 Nov. 2017 in Vienna (Reaktor Studio) –... More
Seminar and Public Forum co-organised with Antonia Majaca and Mohamad Salemy. Seminar on July 16. 2015 (10:00-21:00) at the University... More
Online Class co-taught with Diann Bauer with The New Centre for Research and Practice, May 25-June23, 2015. GUEST(S): Amanda Beech,... More
2013 Inclinations is a monthly speaker series at Or Gallery Berlin, hosting philosophers, artists, curators, and...
2011 Designed for The Labour Of The Multitude? The Political Economy Of Social Creativity Conference at the Warsaw Free/Slow University A poster announces a series of questions, making present the position of listening and inquiry as an invited member of the audience. Engagements to these questions shall proceed through a polyphonous text (forthcoming), based on the series of speeches and debates that play out in the conference, documenting the position of active listening / apprehension, without speaking.
2009 Edition of 250 custom gold-plated pins, Contract (3 X A4 white frames) In response to a invitation for an exhibition dedicated to collectors where no financial exchange was possible, a contract was created (a modified version of Seth Siegelaubs' 1971 contract "The artist's reserved rights transfer and sale agreement"), wherein all financial exchange agreements were replaced with those pertaining to pure belief in the current and future works of the artist. An edition of 250 gold-plated pins were created as a take-away item for potential 'collectors', denoting their virtual agreement with the terms of the contract. The work directly addresses the currency of the artist-personality which is implied in any sale of work, but is never explicitly drawn up within the legal framework.
In response the the Storefront Architecture and Art competition to redesign the White House, I opted to look at the... More
Published in IDEA Magazine, Romania Download as PDF Contract of Discord was a collective project with more than 20 of... More
Structures of Cohabitation: or the Death of Relational Aesthetics Initiated by Michael Baers and Patricia Reed Location: Program – Initiative... More
Drawings contributed to the Publication edited by Markus Miessen in parallel with the Biennale de Lyon. 2007. Publication: Lukas &... More