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  • Website Launch | Gradcam
    Mounjoy Square 19 Website Launch Time Thursday 9 00 am 12 00 pm Location DIT Mounjoy Square Organizer Noel Fitzpatrick Close Event Information Archives Conferences Events Seminars News Journals Share Email this page Share this page Tweet this Newsletter Signup Keep up to date with all the latest Gradcam seminars and events Simply leave your email address below February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3

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  • Society for Artistic Research Unconditional Love (April 30- May 1) | Gradcam
    Love April 30 May 1 Conference University of the Arts London 30 1 Society for Artistic Research Unconditional Love April 30 May 1 Event Details Event Details Time April 30 Thursday 1 00 am May 1 Friday 1 00 am Location University of the Arts London Learn more about this event Learn More Organizer www societyforartisticresearch org Close Event Information The SAR 2015 spring event brings some Unconditional Love via artistic research to London at the University of the Arts London The SAR General Assembly will be held on 2nd May at Double Tree Westminster Hotel 30 John Islip Street London SW1P 4DD Programme Unconditional Love will explore how caring and attention is expressed in such practices as artistic research open access auditing peer reviewing and critique as well as the tug of war between science magic and art on the issue of love see www societyforartisticresearch org for information Programme available here unconditional love Archives Conferences Events Seminars News Journals Share Email this page Share this page Tweet this Newsletter Signup Keep up to date with all the latest Gradcam seminars and events Simply leave your email address below February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1

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  • Type You Can Read : Public Talk 20th Feb 2015 | Gradcam
    present a public talk by Veronika Burian TypeTogether and José Scaglione TypeTogether President ATypI on Friday February 20th at 5pm in Room RD005 Rathdown House DIT Grangegorman Type You Can Read The digital era has radically changed the processes of making composing and printing type Tasks and projects that not so long ago required entire working teams and different kinds of specialists can now be tackled by one person with one computer and sufficient knowledge patience and perseverance The same digital era however also allows for more effective and faster teamwork This talk will discuss type designs conceived for newspaper and other information intensive editorial pieces The focus will be on the complex issues behind technical historical and theoretical aspects of these typefaces how they are set printed and read TypeTogether was founded by typeface designers José Scaglione and Veronika Burian who met on the MA in Typeface Design at Reading University This year five of TypeTogether s typefaces received the ISTD Certificate of Excellence in Typeface Design http www istd org uk awards All are welcome and admission is free Email maryann bolger dit ie or bellclare gmail com to let us know if you ll be attending This

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  • Aesthetic Jam (Exhibition), Taipei | Gradcam
    signification A multitude of perspectives could be opened up all attempting to avoid a disciplining will to knowledge Could a novel concept of aesthetics reveal different forms of interests in and processes of artistic thinking Could experimental aesthetics as an undisciplinary methodology distinctive from a theoretical and academic philosophy be in the forefront of artistic practices Could the concept ofaesthetics have the power to reframe the concept of artistic research To answer the above questions Hongjohn Lin and Henk Slager developed an experimental and dynamic format On the ground floor of the Taipei Fine Arts Museum Gallery D they organized a workshop environment that will continually be redesigned and discussed by the participating artists The starting point is a so called zero degree situation in which a number of works will be exhibited that according to the curators offer a clear contribution to the debate on the position and situation of the concept of aesthetics After the opening five artists will produce new work in the exhibition space for a period of three weeks The production of these works will be facilitated by the TFAM Taipei Fine Arts Museum and TNUA Taipei National University of the Arts During the work process the five artists will engage in the realization of a new display system based on their produced works plus a selection of works from the zero degree composition Prior to the opening of the exhibition a public seminar will take place at which the participating artists will further discuss their works and the group presentation This presentation will then be displayed for two weeks Afterwards a second and a third group of five artists will go through a similar process At the opening of the third group s presentation December 13 the entire process will be evaluated and a

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  • SHARE conference Aarhus : Artistic Research, Critical Practices and Contemporary Cities | Gradcam
    enquiry debate and political and professional contestation If in the 20th century the city became a focus of both projective utopian design and calls for spatial cultural renewal in the 21st century cities have become arguably the most highly contested construct within the whole spectrum of creative spatial practices Cities are multiplying categories typologies and analytics of the city are also multiplying from the bottom up informal city to centrally planned cities from zero from imagined favela open form cities to fortress cities from hungry cities to battlefield cities from green cities to tent cities Contemporary cities in all their particularity and strangeness with all their different forms of ownerships and commons present us with a fundamental challenge for critical enquiry and creative research In this the fourth conference of the SHARE network operating since 2010 we mark the beginning of a new phase of work for the ELIA SHARE network through this collaboration with Aarhus School of Architecture In partnership with Aarhus the SHARE dialogue on artistic research education moves further into the question of the key research themes emerging across arts architecture design visual arts performing arts media arts We seek to open up some of the themes that may serve to frame the artistic research agenda for the next decade This conference is also an opportunity to bring together colleagues from across different disciplines to consider what have become arguably the most complex contested and controversial research spaces research themes research objects research problems contemporary cities Sub themes and workshops within the conference include Urban activism artistic research and critical spatial practices facilitated by Mick Wilson Queer ing Urban Space and Time facilitated by Andrea B Braidt The Infra ordinary facilitated by Espen Lunde Nielse and Claus Peder Pedersen Public Space and the City facilitated by Johan

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  • Performance : Thinking on Stage (EARN conference Dublin May 2nd/3rd) | Gradcam
    Dublin Ireland 2nd and 3rd of May 2014 Whilst the field performance studies has grown considerably over the last 30 years with the turn to performance in contemporary art practice and the development of the performance in theatre studies it perhaps an opportune moment to take stock Discipline boundaries in this case can be misleading as performance tends of overcome them by its very gesturing in space It is also important take stock in context where the public gesture seems to have lost its agency in the public sphere Thinking on stage will be a two day event where it hoped to challenge the state of play through the presentation of current artistic research in performance panel discussions and keynote addresses Thinking on Stage will explore our current methods of Performance Performativity and Performing Its point of departure is the proposition that the performative is a gesture and an action in the world an utterance that takes place in the context of I and You and Here and Now It is this grounding in interlocution that gives the performative sense and meaning This gesturing takes place therefore in a public sphere however provisional where we might find relief in turning the inside outside humour in finding something that stops speech agag one might say and other types of masquerade that draw us together in laughter wonder and curiosity Have we lost gesture to cliché Does performance show us how we might act otherwise Does it demonstrate to us other languages and other disciplines By acquiring different gestures might we also acquire some sense of agency Thinking on Stage will provide a platform to highlight and promote artistic research that engages with the publicness of gesture and performance Confirmed speakers are Steven Madoff School of Visual Arts New York Dr Noel

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  • Society for Artistic Research (SAR) Loitering with Intent : A Feast of research | Gradcam
    of the Swedish government s on going initiative to promote artistic research The new university constitutes a merger of DOCH the University of Dance and Circus the University College of Opera and the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts creating a dynamic driving force in the advancement of artistic knowledge as well as a leading international artistic research milieu Loitering with Intent will inaugurate Uniarts new premises at Linnégatan 87 in central Stockholm This distinctive building will be the centre of the three day event spanning three floors The days will be framed through the artist collective Poste Restante and offer the participants a variety of presentation formats including performances and exhibitions of research projects installations focusing on the readings of JAR workshops analysing contributions reviewing the reviews and reflecting on how the networks forming in AR could work for the community There will be speed dating about getting on in and with research Loitering with Intent foregrounds performative modes of exposing practice as research and the importance of face to face discussion between all present about how and why artists do research We will look at how an art driven research education could work and introduce the first SAR Salon Artists will present their research projects and reflect on their experiences Loitering with Intent thus understands itself as a Feast of Research seeking to celebrate the fragile balance between sensory situated and spoken forms of knowledge The event features parallel sessions and runs from 17 30 on 5 March to late 7 March To date invited artists include Henrik Agger Louise Bjurholm Magnus Bärtås Nils Claesson Florian Dombois Kristina Hagström Ståhl Paul Landon Brita Lemmens Tero Nauha Kirsi Nevanti Poste Restante Michael Schwab Koen Vanmechelen Magnus William Olsson Rasmus Ölme and more On Friday afternoon a round table discussion Islands

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  • Art and Philosophy Peter Osborne | Gradcam
    to these discourses Philosopher Peter Osbourne approaches Event Details Art is the subject of a shifting multiplicity of disciplinary discourses each with its own history and set of concerns What if anything gives unity to these discourses Philosopher Peter Osbourne approaches this question from the dual standpoint of a critical philosophy of contemporary art and a consideration of art as an inherently transdisciplinary concept Time Tuesday 5 30 pm 7 00 pm Location NCAD Thomas Street Dublin Learn more about this event Learn More Organizer NCAD GradCAM Close Event Information the research institute at NCAD interdisciplinary adventures for the visual arts Semester 1 2013 14 A series of lectures symposia and screenings to explore the interface of visual art and a range of contemporary disciplines Tues 21 st Jan 2014 5 30pm Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre NCAD100 Thomas St Dublin 8 ART AND PHILOSOPHY The Research Institute together with GradCAM presents Peter Osbourne Art From Inter to Transdisciplinarity Art is the subject of a shifting multiplicity of disciplinary discourses each with its own history and set of concerns What if anything gives unity to these discourses Philosopher Peter Osbourne approaches this question from the dual standpoint of a critical philosophy of contemporary art and a consideration of art as an inherently transdisciplinary concept Respondent Dr Declan Long Lecturer in Visual Culture NCAD Introduced and moderated by Professor Desmond Bell Head of Research NCAD David Shrigley 2010 Peter Osborne is Director of the Centre for Research on Modern European Philosophy Kingston University London and an editor of Radical Philosophy His books include The Politics of Time Modernity and Avant Garde 1995 2011 Philosophy in Cultural Theory 2000 Conceptual Art 2002 and most recently Anywhere or Not at All Philosophy of Contemporary Art Verso 2013 Archives Conferences Events Seminars News Journals Share

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