Event Archive

Thu 16 Nov
14:15-16:00 | Kunsthal Aarhus, J.M. Mørks Gade 13, Aarhus C
What’s the Relation Between ‘Contemporaneity’, the Capitalist Mode of Production and Contemporary Art?
Lecture by Mikkel Bolt, as part of Aesthetic seminar series
Mon 06 Nov
12:00-15:00 | Building 1586, room 114, Forskerhuset, Kasernen, Langelandsgade 139, Aarhus University
Toward A Manual of Printed Matter (af)fairs
Workshop led by Verina Gfader, with Mathias Kokholm, Antipyrine
Tue 31 Oct
14:00-17:00 | ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Aarhus, Denmark
Deconstructive States in the Contemporary Condition
Lecture by Terry Smith (University of Pittsburgh)
Mon 02 Oct
18:00-18:00 | University of Architecture IUAV and the Research Pavilion, Venice
Contemporary Research Intensive
Workshop organized with LJMU Exhibition Research Lab in the context of the 57th Venice Biennale
Mon 02 Oct
18:00-20:00 | Aula Magna, Tolentini, IUAV University of Venice, Santa Croce 191, Venice
Public talk by Simon Sheikh - Lost in the Former West
In the context of Contemporary Research Intensive, and in partnership with Venice Faculty for Arts and Design, University of Architecture IUAV
Thu 21 Sep
14:15-16:00 | Aarhus University, Kasernen, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Towards a Contemporary Imaginary of Publication
Lecture by Lionel Ruffel, as part of Aesthetic seminar series
Tue 12 Sep
16:30-17:30 | The Arts Institute, Plymouth University, UK
Executing Practices
Talk by Geoff Cox, with David Gauthier (University of Amsterdam), as part of Data Ache, International Conference on Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts (DRHA)
Tue 29 Aug
18:00-20:00 | SixtyEight Art Institute, Gothersgade 167, Copenhagen
Artistic Re-Appropriation and Reconfiguration of the Medium’s Milieu
Lecture by Jacob Lund as part of "The Curatorial Thing".
Sat 26 Aug
14:00-15:00 | ARoS, Aarhus Art Museum
Introductory talk at ARoS
Introductory talk by Jacob Lund in connection to the showing of Sophie Fiennes’ “Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow”
Mon 26 Jun
13:00-14:00 | Cambridge, UK
Ways of Machine Seeing
Two day conference organised with the Cambridge Digital Humanities Network, CoDE and Cambridge Big Data

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