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Wednesday Lectures Autumn 2014
The Academy of Fine Arts' open Wednesday Lectures offer insight on current topics of contemporary art. Organised twice a year, the Studia Generalia lecture series introduces visiting artists and art professionals from Finland and internationally. In autumn 2014, the lectures take place in club evenings where visitors also have an opportunity for more informal networking.
Experimentation – Ideas and Practices
How does experimentation appear in artistic practices in the contemporary world? In autumn 2014, the Wednesday Lectures Club introduces international artists and art organisations that carry on experimental work in new and meaningful ways. The topic is discussed trough case studies with international artists and art professionals. Club evenings are followed by an informal chat with refreshments.
|8.10. Barbara Vanderlinden|
|22.10. Lorena Bossi|
|5.11. Olga Jitlina|
|19.11. Signe Johannessen|
|3.12. Timothy Druckrey|
Wednesdays 18–21 at Kuva/Tila (Merimiehenkatu 36)
Discussions are in English. Free entrance. Programme subject to change. Please follow this page for updates.
8.10. / Barbara Vanderlinden works as Professor in exhibition Studies and Spatiality at the academy of Fine arts of the university of the arts Helsinki. She is an internationally acclaimed curator who has also acted as director of numerous art institutions and exhibition organisations in her native country Belgium.
22.10. / Lorena Bossi is an artist based in Buenos aires and will discuss the project ‘Liliana Maresca School’. In the city of Fiorito, riachuelo in Buenos aires, the children of School 43 actively participate and take ownership of the urban planning of their neighbourhood.
5.11. / Olga Jitlina is a St. Petersburg based artist whose artistic practice can be seen as a continuation of the russian tradition of socially engaged art which first started in the second part of the 19th century. With humour, paradoxical interpretations and imagination, the artist attempts to find ways out of the tragic situations the people of russia are put by history, the government and passivity.
19.11. / Signe Johannessen is the Head of Development and runs a residency programme in Art Lab Gnesta, which is a place for creating, experimenting and debating art and society. Founded in 2010 by artists, curators and architects, the Art Lab houses studios, workshops, an art gallery and project spaces. Activities include publications, exhibitions, workshops, residency programme, talks and other events. The Art Lab is situated in an old brewery in Gnesta, Sweden.
3.12. / Timothy Druckrey is a writer, curator, and editor living in new York City. He lectures internationally about the social impact of electronic media, the transformation of representation, and communication in interactive and networked environments.
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