As part of the “Clouds and Rocks – Embracing Friction Through Research in the Making” workshop organised by PhD and Master Students of the Institute for Experimental Design and Media Cultures dept. of FHNW, Basel, 14 June 2018.
Guest critic and panel for latest student projects from The New Normal, outlined by Ben Bratton at the Strelka Institute, Moscow 11-12 June, 2018.
Organised by Bridget Crone and Henriette Gunkel, Friday 23 May, 2018. Session runs from 10:30-19:30, London, UK. Talk on ‘Optimist Realism and the Otherworld’
Talk with Diann Bauer and Helen Hester – Unpacking Xenofeminism on 19 May 2018.
1 May @18:00, PAM Pavillion, Munich. Talk with Jonas Lund in correlation with his Hi Munich! Facebook advertising project, and broader implications for governance in the age of social media.
Lecture and discussion at the Global Art Forum 2018: “I am not a Robot” (subject to speculation!). Panel moderated by M. Wirth “I am Human, Can you prove it?” on 22 March, 2018 @ 3:45 pm.
Xenofeminism – A Politics for Alienation, talk at HAU, 20 March, 2018 @ 19:00. With Helen Hester and Moderation from Sonja Eismann
Discussion at KunstWerke with Christoph Roth and Tirdad Zolghadr for the project ‘Realty’ – on Art and Gentrification. 17 March, 2018 @15:00.
In discussion with Jonas Lund on Social Media and the transformation of the public sphere, in the frame of Public Art Munich 2018. 16 March, 2018 @19:30 at Spike, Berlin
Talk on “Distributed Situatedness and Multi-Scalar Mobility,” for the 2018 cohort of The New Normal program at Strelka. 23 February, 2018 @ 12:00.
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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
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