Research Pavilion: Antitheses

Perjantai, toukokuu 19, 2017 - 11:00 - Sunnuntai, toukokuu 21, 2017 - 23:59
Sala del Camino, Venice
Research Pavilion

As Artistic Researchers we are engaged with the process of exposing our research. These processes of exposition are naturally uncovered as documents of many kinds. This project is an attempt to grasp these processes as impermanent presentations, a kind of intervention and temporary counterpoint to the Research Pavilion. A project by Doctoral Researchers Matthew Cowan, Leena Kela, Ilya Orlov and Anssi Pulkkinen from the University of the Arts Helsinki (Uniarts Helsinki) in collaboration with Doctoral researchers in the arts from the University of Auckland.

A programme of temporary installations, screenings and performances.

Programme

Friday and Saturday mornings will be composed of participatory workshops. Open to everyone.

The afternoon sessions will be presentation and discussion sessions. Open to everyone.
 

Friday 19 May, 2017

11am -1pm 
Exposing Antipodean Objects with Rebecca Hobbs, Roman Mitch & Harriet Stockman.
Workshop with Anssi Pulkkineen
On documentation - recomposing the object

3:30pm
Introduction

4pm 
The appearance of the invisible stereoview.
Matthew Cowan

5pm
On documentation - recomposing the object
Anssi Pulkkinen

Saturday 20 May, 2017

11am - 1pm
Workshop with Leena Kela
DIY Demonstration Toolkit

3:30pm
Introduction

4pm
LEF Journal, 1924 ‘the Language of Lenin’
Word and object in politics and art.
Ilya Orlov

5pm
DIY Demonstration Toolkit
Leena Kela

Sunday 21 May, 2017

Archive presentation of the Antitheses documents and research as a day long installation.

Event details are subject to change.

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This event is part of the Research Pavilion’s Camino Events series, a cross-artistic program which consists of screenings, concerts, seminars, artist talks, performances and interventions from over 100 artists and artistic-researchers from art universities of Northern Europe.

The Research Pavilion is created and hosted by Uniarts Helsinki, and realized together with the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme and the Swedish Art Universities’ collaboration Konstex in co-operation with the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Zurich University of the Arts.

Additional information

www.researchpavilion.com