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Past events (4):
05 July 2020
Sunday 18:00
The Return of the Bodies
The demand for isolation and distancing has made many current artistic processes involving physical presence impossible. This also applies to those aimed at interacting with various urban communities and social groups deprived of direct access to topical cultural production and most affected by the emergency measures that were taken during the epidemic. The participants will discuss the difficulties of combining artistic and rehabilitative practices and try to understand what form the return of collective bodily experience after its forced suspension will take.
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28 June 2020
Sunday 18:00
Down to Earth: Environment and Technologies of Care
The terrestrial is a thin and fragile layer on the surface of the planet, within which exist the conditions for the emergence of complex organic compounds and biological evolution. The French sociologist and philosopher Bruno Latour introduces this notion in his recent writings as an alternative to the classical opposition between the local and the global, discredited by the events during the pandemic. The discussion will focus on contemporary ecological approaches that address the care of the environment as a complex and multilayered technology with its own aesthetic dimension.
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21 June 2020
Sunday 18:00
Normativity and Subversion
The discussion addresses issues related to the importance of maintaining the subversive or constructive potential of art as a political promise of a better world in the context of a new ethical turn that entails a demand for gender equality and attention to the conditions of artistic production. Participants will discuss the ways in which an ethical paradigm shift and the care turn could be combined with artistic radicalism and its affective component.
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17 June 2020
Wednesday 18:00
Normativity and Subversion
The discussion addresses issues related to the importance of maintaining the subversive or constructive potential of art as a political promise of a better world in the context of a new ethical turn that entails a demand for gender equality and attention to the conditions of artistic production. Participants will discuss the ways in which an ethical paradigm shift and the care turn could be combined with artistic radicalism and its affective component.
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