Avoin Akatemia on oppimisen ja kriittisen keskustelun elävä foorumi ja Kuvataideakatemian yhteiskunnallisen vuorovaikutuksen väylä.
Avoimen Akatemian avoin yliopisto-opetus taustoittaa taidetta paitsi perinteisin luennoin myös elävien esitysten keinoin. Opetus on tarkoitettu yhtä lailla taiteen kentän toimijoille ja tutkijoille, harrastajille kuin kaikille muille kiinnostuneille.
Tervetuloa kuuntelemaan ja keskustelemaan!
Avoin Akatemia kevät 2014
THU 20.3.2014 Simon Critchley, Tragedy's Philosophy
Kiasma Theatre, Mannerheiminaukio 2. From 6 to 8 p.m. In English. Free entrance.
Simon Critchley (b.1960) is an English philosopher. He works currently as a professor at The New School in New York. Professor Critchley received his Ph.D. from the University of Essex in 1988. His published work deals largely with interpretations of modern continental philosophy, drawing on thinkers such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Martin Heidegger and Emmanuel Levinas. In his work, Critchley has taken an interest in a variety of topics ranging from the history of philosophy and political theories to philosophy of justice, from literature and theatre to questions of ethics, religion, humour, psychoanalysis and the contemporary social reality.
Wednesday Lectures Spring 2014
The Wednesday Lectures are aimed at arts professionals, researchers, art lovers and the general public. Free entrance.
|26.3. Florian Schneider|
|2.4. Pierre Bismuth|
|9.4. Jonatan Habib Engqvist & Ann Lislegaard|
|16.4. Simon Sheikh|
|23.4. Jesse Darling|
Wednesdays 18:00–20:00. Kiasma Seminar Room, Mannerheiminaukio 2 (NB. 9.4. Kuva/Tila, Merimiehenkatu 36). The language of the series is English.
Programme subject to change. Please follow this page for updates.
Wed March 26 Kiasma Seminar Room: Florian Schneider is a filmmaker, writer, and curator. His work is investigating the border crossings between mainstream and independent media, art and activism, theory and open source technology, documentary practices, and new forms of curating.
Wed April 2 Kiasma Seminar Room: Pierre Bismuth is a French artist and filmmaker based in Brussels. He employs artistic practice as a tool for examining our perception of reality as well as our relation to culture and its productions. In 2005 he was awarded the Oscar in the category “Best Original Screenplay” with Michel Gondry and Charlie Kaufman for the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Wed April 9 Kuva/Tila: Jonatan Habib Engqvist is a theorist and curator who is currently working in the Swedish Arts Grants Committee´s international exchange programme for artists. Ann Lislegaard is a Norwegian artist whose artistic practice continues to utilize science fiction as an experimental platform to weave together complex investigations into communication, politics and gender.
Wed April 16 Kiasma Seminar Room: Simon Sheikh is a curator, writer and Senior Lecturer and Programme Director in Curating in Goldsmiths, University of London. His research is dealing with the practices of exhibition-making and political imaginaries.
Wed April 23 Kiasma Seminar Room: Jesse Darling is an artist and occasional essayist based in London. S/he comes from a background in performance and now works in participatory sculpture, installation and digital media, thinking a lot about analogs to the body in virtuality and the theatrical object of “queer materiality”.
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