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Should be of interest to curators- forwarded from Hannah Redler of the 
Science Museum who will be speaking.

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> Subject: Announcement Symposium Monitoring Scenography 3: Space and 
> Desire
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> Please forward to interested parties.
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> Ankündigung / Announcement
>
>
> Symposium “Monitoring Scenography 3: Space and Desire / Raum und 
> Begehren”
>  8th – 10th October 2009
>
>  Institute for Design and Technology (idt)
> Doctorate Program Scenography
> Zurich University of the Arts, Lecture Hall, Ausstellungsstrasse 60, 
> 8005 Zurich, Switzerland
>
>  During the 3 day symposium MONITORING SCENOGRAPHY 3: SPACE AND 
> DESIRE, practitioners from artistic and academic research in the 
> visual arts, architecture, theatre studies and art history discuss the 
> existence and textures of spatial languages, choreographies, 
> mise-en-scenes and spatial representations of desire.
>  The scenographies of desire are both site-specific and global, 
> artistic and commercial, real and virtual. Sales figures and success 
> stories in popular culture, advertisement and marketing rely heavily 
> on carefully designed analyses of desire and their translations into 
> product-specific scenographies. In the staged and mediatised lives of 
> the 21st century, the spaces of desire take on many forms. Inscribed 
> onto them is the desire for uniqueness, inimitability and immersion - 
> service and response to the spectacle.
>  MONITORING SCENOGRAPHY 3: SPACE AND DESIRE is the third in a series 
> of annual symposia
>  curated by the members of the Doctorate Program Scenography, a 
> practice-based research unit between the Zurich University of the Arts 
> and the University of Vienna. Its members are a diverse and 
> international group of emerging and established artists and academics 
> engaged in expanding the discourse on
>  scenography toward the intersection of architecture, media, theatre 
> and exhibition.
>
> Speakers: Ashkin / Hourani / Crawley / Mann / Redler / Uchida / 
> Doswald / Nicolai / Novak / Beer /
>  Allenspach / Divjak / Donger / Fischer / Guy / Hardt / Weisbeck / 
> Warwick / Trüby / Hannah / Kossak / Rieger-Ladich / Steiner / Hächler 
> / Neudecker / Op de Beeck / Schmidt / Penny / Münch / Mendes / Evans / 
> Sagiv / Lotker / Kaelin / Sandys / Powell / Hangl / Oehner / Foroutan 
> / Mathis / Samini / Bürkle / Regn / Könz / Balich / Khan / Weishäupl
>
> Book Launch / Welcome Drinks / 8.10.09 / 6.30 pm / Panorama ZHdK
>  MONITORING SCENOGRAPHY 2: RAUM UND WAHRHEIT / SPACE AND TRUTH
>  Ed. By Brejzek, Greisenegger, Wallen. Institute for Design and 
> Technology ZHdK 2009
>
>  Conveners: Brejzek / Greisenegger / Marschall  / Wallen
>
>  Registration: [log in to unmask]
>  Registration Fee: CHF 50 (3 days) payable in cash / CHF 20 (1 day) / 
> ZHdK members free
>
> Full program http://sceno.zhdk.ch
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