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Subject:

Fwd: Conference at ZKM | re Feb Theme of the Month

From:

Beryl Graham <[log in to unmask]>

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Beryl Graham <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 25 Jan 2008 10:28:03 +0000

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This conference sounds relevant to our February theme- are any CRUMB 
list denizens going and would like to report back?

Yours

Beryl


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>  OUR LITERAL SPEED
>  Der performative Diskurs
>
>  A Conference at ZKM | Auditorium and ZKM | Media Theater with an 
> accompanying Exhibition at ZKM | Media Museum
>  Opening: Friday, February 29, 6pm at ZKM | Foyer
>
>  ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe
>  Lorenzstrasse 19
>  76135 Karlsruhe, Germany
>
>  phone: +49(0)721-8100-1200
>  [log in to unmask]
>  further information: http://www.zkm.de
>
>
>  OUR LITERAL SPEED manifests the imperatives that materialize the 
> theoretical and the pedagogical. No longer can we interpret forms of 
> academic and artistic professionalism as neutral, abstract backgrounds 
> to the aesthetic and performative. These activities have produced 
> their own distinctive surfaces and materials: the "aesthetic" has 
> become discursive and "discourse" has become aesthetic.
>
>  Rather than a series of academic lectures, OUR LITERAL SPEED is 
> imagined as a kind of "media pop opera" or a "pedagogical concept 
> album," implying fluid and/or jagged transitions among scholarly 
> presentations, panel discussions, artist's talks, performances, and an 
> art exhibition within an academic conference. These emerging, hybrid 
> forms demand a synthesis of collective activity (OUR), a 
> self-reflexive examination of art history and its constitutive 
> technologies (LITERAL), and an intense concern for the pace and 
> texture of our movement through institutional mediation (SPEED). The 
> project offers a temporary discursive laboratory in which artists and 
> curators, art historians and media theorists can investigate 
> non-formulaic, experientially vibrant and theoretically precise 
> responses to the modes of distribution, consumption and circulation 
> that drive contemporary art.
>
>  OUR LITERAL SPEED will be continued with further conference-events at 
> the University of Chicago (2009), and at The Getty Research Institute, 
> Los Angeles (2010).
>
>  In cooperation with the University of Chicago and The Getty Research 
> Institute, Los Angeles.
>
>  With: Art & Language, Walter Benjamin, John Bock, Tania Bruguera & 
> The Weather Underground, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Anthony Cokes, Darby 
> English, Andrea Fraser, Rainer Ganahl, Boris Groys, Charles Harrison, 
> Sharon Hayes, Christopher P. Heuer, Matthew Jesse Jackson, Jackson 
> Pollock Bar, David Joselit, Juliet Koss, Miwon Kwon, Porter McCray, 
> WJT Mitchell, Hila Peleg Andrew Perchuk, The Project for the New 
> American Century, Tino Sehgal, The Size Queens, Anton Vidokle, Anne M. 
> Wagner, Peter Weibel
>
> Conference Program:
>
>  Friday, February 29
>
>  6pm: Opening at the ZKM | Foyer
>  6:30pm: Jackson Pollock Bar: "Utopia Station 2003"
>
>  7:30pm: video screening
>  Hila Peleg: "A Crime Against Art", 2007 based on "The Trial", Anton 
> Vidokle & Tirdad Zolghadr, unitednationsplazastudios with an 
> introduction by Hila Peleg
>
> Saturday, March 1
>
>  10am: On the 'Gesamtkunstwerk'
>  Juliet Koss: "Total Utopia"
>  Anthony Cokes & Andrew Perchuk: "Shrinking Criticism: Reframing 
> 'pause Coda: (Hidden Track)' 2004"
>  Porter McCray: "MoMA and International Program", produced by the 
> Museum of American Art
>  Christopher P. Heuer & Matthew Jesse Jackson: "OUR LITERAL SPEED"
>
> lunch break
>
>  1:30pm Art & Language: "NOT QUITE THE BELACQUA POSE -- A Talk in 
> Three Voices"
>
>  panel discussion with Art & Language, Anthony Cokes, Juliet Koss, 
> Christopher P. Heuer, Matthew Jesse Jackson, Porter McCray
>
>  3pm: Tino Sehgal & Peter Weibel: "A Conversation on the Relationship 
> of 'Art and Economy'"
>
>  4pm: Performativity and the Political
>  Peter Weibel: "Performativity and the Political"
>  Tania Bruguera & The Weather Underground: "I do not want to see that 
> at my Breakfast Table"
>  Julia Bryan-Wilson: "Sincerely Yours, Sharon Hayes"
>  Sharon Hayes: "Sound-Image"
>
> break
>
>  8pm: Jackson Pollock Bar: "Art & Language Sings a Song"
>
>  9pm: Rainer Ganahl: "Educational Complex"
>
>  10pm: video screening
>  John Bock: "Palms", 2007
>  Boris Groys: "The Immortal Bodies", 2007
>
> Sunday, March 2
>
>  10am: Formalism/Historicity/Performance I
>  Miwon Kwon: "No Title for Now"
>  Darby English: "For Puzzling Irrelevance"
>  David Joselit: "On Being a Readymade"
>  Charles Harrison: "PARTY TIME? -- An illustrated talk"
>
>  panel discussion with Darby English, Charles Harrison, David Joselit 
> moderated by Andrew Perchuk
>
> lunch break
>
>  2pm: Formalism/Historicity/Performance II
>  Andrea Fraser: Video Screening
>  WJT Mitchell: "Cloning Terror: The War of Images, 9-11 to Abu Ghraib"
>  Jackson Pollock Bar: "Theses on Feuerbach"
>  Anne M. Wagner: "Behaving Globally"
>
>  panel discussion with Jackson Pollock Bar, WJT Mitchell, Anne M. 
> Wagner moderated by Matthew Jesse Jackson with a concluding 
> presentation by Rainer Ganahl
>
>  end approx. 6pm
>
>
> "OLSSR - OUR LITERAL SPEED SOUNDTRACK Recordings" by The Size Queens 
> (additional tracks by Glasstown & Roman Evening)
>
>  The conference will be held in English.
>  Fr: admission free
>  Sat, Sun: (day-ticket)
>
> Press contact:
>  Irina Koutoudis
>  phone: +49(0)721 - 8100 - 1220
>  fax: +49(0)721 - 8100 - 1139
>  e-mail: [log in to unmask]
>
>
>  Image above:
>  Walter Benjamin, Mondrian '63-'96, Video, 30min
>  Produced by The Marxist Center and SKUC Gallery, Ljubljana, 1986
>  Produced by TV Galerija and broadcast by Belgrad TV, 1987
>
>
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>
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Beryl Graham, Professor of New Media Art
School of Arts, Design, Media and Culture, University of Sunderland
Ashburne House,
Ryhope Road
Sunderland
SR2 7EE
Tel: +44 191 515 2896    [log in to unmask]

CRUMB web resource for new media art curators
http://www.crumbweb.org

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