A two-day conference, Overwhelming Imagination: Achieving and Undermining Contradictions, will be held at Si Shang Art Museum in Beijing, China from July 4-5, 2016.
This conference was organized as an exploration of the various “realities,” be they physical, spiritual, digital, or imagined, that we are forced to traverse on a daily basis as a result of the developments of global capitalism. It will be hosted by Si Shang Art Museum (Linyao Kiki Liu), I: project space (Antonie Angerer and Anna Viktoria Eschbach), and Open Ground Blog (Madeline Eschenburg and Ellen Larson).
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ccc- curatorial chitchat with Monika Szewczyk
The upcoming talk will feature a presentation by Monika Szewczyk, curator of the documenta14 and former curator at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, University of Chicago. Szewczyk will discuss her curatorial practice as well as the concept of “learning exhibitions” and how documenta14, which has the working title “Learning from Athens”, wants to engage with the city.
time: June 17th, 3-5pm, CAFAM
The trip of Monika Szewczyk to China has been made possible by Goethe Institut
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