Reasearch Pavilion at Venice Biennale
The Digital Aesthetic in Utopia of Access: GradCAM at The Research Pavilion as part of Viva Arte Viva - 57 Biennale di Venezia
(Sept 29th – Oct 1st) curated by Noel Fitzpatrick (GradCAM) and Brian Fay (Dublin School of Creative Arts) comprises of an ambitious exhibition Cf or ‘The Inaugural Autonomous Biennale’ www.cfjeanettedoyle.com and two days of unique interventions, performances and seminars, which promote forms of art and art works exploring the post-digital aesthetics within an era of open data and open access.
Zurich University for the Arts - ZHDK
Visiting Fellow at Zürcher Hochschule der Künste - Departement Darstellende Künste und Film(CH)
An international platform based at Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK). It aims to develop artistic practices and foster research through the strong interaction between fellows, faculty members, the artistic community, and the general public. The RESEARCH ACADEMY seeks to explore artistic strategies of contemporary performance practices in order to ask how they speak back to the cultural and economic environment, the political landscape and social values.
DEATH & ROMANCE IN THE XXI CENTURY & FORMS & OBJECTS
Palazzo Lucarini, Trevi
Forms & Objects is a group show curated by Franko B, in parallel with his solo exhibition, DEATH & ROMANCE IN THE XXI CENTURY at Palazzo Lucarini Contemporary - Centre for Contemporary Art, Trevi, Italy. Artists invited are: Andrea Abbatangelo, James Bullimore, Marco Cingolani, Sebastiano Dammone Sessa, Giuseppe Lana, Andrea Marcaccio, Marco Paganini, Thomas Qualmann, Annalisa Riva
A new Performance at Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich
I'm glad to present A CRITICAL at MANIFESTA 11
What People Do for Money – that is the existential question addressed by Manifesta 11. It deals with a topic which concerns all of us. Why do some people earn more than others – for the same work? Why are men often quicker than women to climb the corporate ladder? Why is social status still measured by one’s profession and position? Is the passion with which “workaholics” pursue their jobs simply a pretext for their alienation and exploitation? And there is more: how do you go about finding work in a country that is foreign to you? And how does a fully digitised world work in which robots have finally replaced us – and labour as a concept has become obsolete?
A Living Museum at Tate Liverpool
February 21 and 22
Performing Duchamp's Fresh Widow at Tate Liverpool for the finissage of An Imaniged Museum, curated by Francesco Manacorda and directed by Darren Pih.
RDLDN - Project RadioLondon at Villa Arson, Nice
March 19 2016 1er Rendez-vous des Bricologues
Galerie d’Essais et Galerie Provisoire, Villa Arson, Nice
I’m very glad to present a preview of RDLDN - Project RadioLondon at Villa Arson - Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'art in Nice. A series of sketches will be exhibited at the Galerie d’Essais et Galerie Provisoire with a short performance and followed by a panel. The project consists of an archive of audio portraits and connects physical places to a digital archive of documentary audio/video portraits. This of a series of performative and collaborative events and sound sculptures serie, which will be recorded and stored in a web radio, and which will form a gallery of portraits of artists that recently moved from Southern Europe to Northern Europe, especially in cities such as Amsterdam, London, Helsinki, Zurich, Copenhagen, Berlin, etc.
Remember Nature is a campaign involving a team of partners, including Serpentine Gallery, Central Saint Martins in London and University for the Creative Arts, Farnham.
Remember Nature is a collaborative project directed by artist and political activist Gustav Metzger, will take place on 4 November, with arts practitioners around the world encouraged to participate in a Day of Action to highlight the topic of extinction. Metzger’s call to action urges arts professionals and students from all disciplines to create new work to ‘Remember Nature’, addressing global issues such as extinction, climate change and environmental pollution. A launch event will take place at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design and at art schools nationwide on the day.
Metzger’s work, including his involvement in the Serpentine’s Extinction Marathon in 2014 and his acclaimed exhibition, Decades 1959 – 2009 at the Serpentine Gallery in 2009, addresses climate change and its catastrophic effects.
“The art, architecture and design world needs to take a stand against the ongoing erasure of species – even where there is little chance of ultimate success. It is our privilege and our duty to be at the forefront of the struggle. There is no choice but to follow the path of ethics into aesthetics. We live in societies suffocating in waste. Our task is to remind people of the richness and complexity in nature; to protect nature as far as we can and by doing so art will enter new territories that are inherently creative.” Gustav Metzger, 2015.
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