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WE (Not I) is a series of collaborative working meetings, presentations, and events of over 40 female artists, writers, curators and thinkers that will produce and distribute content addressing questions around the role of “We” in contemporary art practice. more…

Talk, Workshop

A sketch of a performance with 7 actors and the audience. Directed by Hester Chillingworth,  The Showroom, London

Performance, Publication

Announcement, Talk

Gespräch an der Bar (conversation)
Andrea Francke & Eva Weinmayr

The Politics of Narrative (workshop)
Sylke Rene Meyer

We will discuss with screenwriter Sylke Rene Meyer  her essay The Politics of Narrative, which takes us on a rollercoaster through  modern concepts of time, games, serial storytelling and authorship as a model  for building an utopian future.

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Announcement, Talk

Please join us at The Classroom, MoMA PS1.We invited Lauren Haaften-Schick and Sergio Munoz Sarmiento to discuss their  recent essay about the new verdict in the  Cariou vd Richard Prince case, which looks at class, labour, and what happens when appropriation becomes a tool of power. Read the essay.

The classroom is curated by David Senior and it’s free.

Sunday 28. 09. 2014
4-5pm
MoMA PS1, Long Island City, NY

Announcement, Talk

Come along to the Feminist Writing Conference at Goldsmiths next week. Andrea and I will be speaking.  It’s organised by Sarah Kember and Sara Ahmed.  Have a look at the amazing programme.

LG01, New Academic Building, Goldsmiths College London

Announcement, Talk

essay  published in The Visual Event, an education in appearances, edited by Oliver Klimpel, published by Spector Books, Leipzig, 2014

Publication

I’ll be running the morning session of the Publishing as Performance symposium organised by PhD Art Leiden University. Simon Morris (Information as Material) will be talking in the afternoon. It’s organised by Delphine Bedel and k.g. Guttman. Please come along, if you are nearby. Here is the full programme.

Announcement, Talk, Workshop

Please come to our panel discussion with Cornelia Sollfranck about our practices and the legal frameworks we engage with when dealing with each other works.  Cornelia who chaired the panel also recorded an interview for her research Giving what you don’t have in the afternoon.

7 Dec  2013  11am–12.30pm
Library of Birmingham
Centenary Square, Broad Street
Birmingham, B1 2ND

 

Announcement, Talk