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Mapping Intensities at Goldsmiths

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Sarah Cook <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 28 May 2004 14:11:53 +0100

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Hi all,
I'll be talking about CRUMB and curating new media art at this event 
next Friday. Maybe see you there.
Sarah


Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College

Mapping Intensities

All day event
  Friday 4th June 2004, 10am to 6pm
  Speakers: Stefano Boeri; Mark Tribe; Eric Alliez
  All welcome
  Location: Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre
  Admission Free: but please confirm attendance by emailing 
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The fields of art, philosophy and architecture have always been deeply 
interconnected. Yet the recent development of an unprecedented shared 
interest in this interconnectedness leads them beyond 
interdisciplinarity, beyond even interdependence, towards a seeming 
interchangeability, where each might almost be taken for any other.

The possibilities of information technology, new and broadcast media 
and communications, theories of non-linearity and complexity coagulate 
in a general shift away from cultural production’s dependence on 
spatial extensity towards what might be called a register of 
“intensive” production.

  Arising out of disciplines’ specific histories, the convergence of 
these trends is in itself intensive: just as art and architecture are 
no longer necessarily tied to the spatial limitations of size, distance 
and materiality, so previously strong metaphorical or mental spatial 
boundaries, between art and theory, between historical events, between 
disciplines, the distinction itself between actual and virtual space, 
are destabilised. A researcher, theorist or practitioner, in making a 
valuable contribution to her field, must not only challenge its 
boundaries but threaten the very ground of its distinct existence. 
Unstable art, unstable media, unstable architecture.

  Yet physical space and spatial thinking do not disappear. Buildings 
and cities still need to be made; art still needs its fields of 
production, its social and cultural space; theoretical work depends 
upon its institutional and disciplinary boundaries; political and 
geographical boundaries remain pre-requisite for any kind of social 
activity. This event feautures art and media practitioners, 
programmers, and theorists involved in such projects, mediating 
creatively between the irreducibility of extensive reality and the 
intensive processes transforming it.

  Key speakers:

Stefano Boeri, editor of Domus and a co-founder of Multiplicities, an 
ongoing collective research project that explores the relationship 
between territorial mutations and self-organization in urban locations.

Mark Tribe, director and founder of Rhizome, provides a database of 
on-line artistic projects, theory, commentary, and review.

Eric Alliez, philosopher of art and the author of the influential work 
Les temps capitaux (Capital Times); he also sits on the editorial board 
of Multitudes, in which he publishes regularly.

Each key speaker will present to a panel of discussants with shared 
practical and/or research interests. Discussants include Warren 
Neidich, Sarah Cook, Scott Lash, Suhail Malik, Tiziana Terranova, and 
Andrew Barry. The event will close with all three speakers responding 
to questions raised by one another as well as audience members during 
the course of the day.



*********
Sarah Cook
New Media Curator and Researcher
CRUMB: The Curatorial Resource for Upstart Media Bliss

School of Arts, Design, Media and Culture
University of Sunderland
Sunderland, UK  SR2 7JZ
+44 191 515 2046

www.newmedia.sunderland.ac.uk/crumb
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