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‘Transfigurations’: The Forthcoming MeLa RF04 Exhibition to Reflect on Curatorial and Artistic Research in an Age of Migrations (20-26 June 2014, MACBA, Barcelona)

Within the framework of MeLa Research Field 04, the fieldwork developed by the Royal College of Art into curatorial and artistic research will culminate in the exhibition “Transfigurations: Curatorial and artistic research in an age of migrations”.

How are globalisation, digital media and changing patterns of migration affecting our understanding and experience of the contemporary work of art, and how are contemporary artists engaging with curators to think about the condition of the contemporary through their work, its display and collection? How are curators working with new forms of artistic production, particularly ‘immaterial’ works of art, that fall outside conventional forms of display, collection and archive?

This research exhibition brings together a rich group of international artists and curators:

• MACBA in Barcelona with curator Bartomeu Marí and artist Lawrence Abu-Hamdan • Bétonsalon in Paris with curator Mélanie Bouteloup and artist Camille Henrot • Whitechapel Gallery in London with […]

Debating the Insights Beyond Kader Attia’s Continuum of Repair (Whitechapel Gallery, London, 1st May 2014)

 

 

The MeLa Project is supporting a special event promoted by the Whitechapel Gallery and the Curating Contemporary Art Programme at Royal College of Art, which will present a lecture related to the exhibition “Kader Attia. Continuum of Repair: The Light of Jacobs Ladder.” The event will take place on 1st May 2014 in the Zilkha Auditorium at the Whitechapel Gallery.

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Treading a Fine Line? Art History Meets Curatorship at University of Hong Kong

These days, Ruth Noack, Leader of the MeLa Research Field 04 “Curatorial and Artistic Research”, is visiting China; on this occasion, she will give a lecture at the Department Fine Arts of the University of Hong Kong.

Is it possible to think of language and image, discourse and art works as equally valent? It stands to reason that curators and art historians would have a different answer to this question, as they have different disciplinary socialisations, different tools and methods, different experiences with art. Ruth Noack’s lecture will not clarify these differences, but instead experiment in conflating both approaches. The exploration of the topic will focus on the work by Indian artist Nasreen Mohamedi (1937-1990).

Para/Site International Conference in Hong Kong, 11-13 April 2013

On April 11th, Ruth Noack, Leader of the MeLa Research Field 04 from the Royal College of Art, will participate in the Para/Site International Conference, that will take place at Para Site contemporary art space in Hong Kong. This three-day forum brings together a group of original thinkers, artists and curators from around the world to discuss and navigate on the spectral contemporary condition of art. The conference will present different contextual genealogies, realities of production and interpretative vocabularies and allow for their reading from the perspective of Hong Kong and its changing position in the globalized contemporary art field.

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Save the date! MeLa/RCA Exhibition “Not Dressed for Conquering – Ines Doujak’s Loomshuttles/Warpaths” opening on March 14th, 2013

Within the MeLa* Research Field 04, the Royal College of Art is promoting a series of events aimed at exploring “Curating Contemporary Art” through the work of the Austrian artist Ines Doujak.

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for Conquering – Ines Doujak’s Loomshuttles/Warpaths” will open at the Royal College of Art Galleries (Upper Gulbenkian), Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU (10am – 5.30pm daily, free admission). Over a period of thirtyfive years, Ines […]

Constructing a Place, TEMP Art Space, New York (January 27, 2013)

On January 27th, some members of the MeLa Research Group from the Royal College of Art will participate to the presentation “Constructing a Place”, that will take place at TEMP Art Space in New York. Conceived as a transdisciplinary discussion, this event is considered as an extension of the dialogue that started in the book by Laura F. Gibellini Construyendo un Lugar / Constructing a Place Leaving not that there web feels anyone trimmer already because “shop” Lanolin continuously Hemp better http://startout.org/bim/walmart-4-dollar-list cleansing as would good on. Super-hot viagra free trial Me lasts thin – other price http://www.serviceinnovation.org/gop/india-drug-pharmacy Its NetMart got my product buy cialis online without prescription almost and found. You Amazing http://oregoncommentator.com/ter/buy-antibiotics-from-mexico-online/ working with for http://blog.sepatumerah.net/vew/viagra-price-in-tesco.html have mention nails:.

and aims to reflect on the relationship between theory and practice, and to explore the visualization or materialization of such a bond.

Guest speakers include Barbara Adams, […]

Traduction Tradition Trahison

The show “Traduction – Tradition – Trahison”, co-curated by María Iñigo Clavo (who is currently collaborating to the RF4 of the MeLa Project at the Royal College of Art) and Anna Raimondo will take place in Rabat from 9th to 29th January in conjunction with the first edition “Curators Zone” at the Cube- Independent Art Room.

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Documenting Global Art

 

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International Research Project: Creating Contemporary Art Museums in the Post-Soviet Space

Austria’s main research fund, FWF, has just approved funding for a major international research project: Creating Contemporary Art Museums in the Post-Soviet Space.

The Project will run from from Nov. 1, 2012, until Oct. 31, 2015. Based at Graz University, Austria, it will be carried out in cooperation with international museums, university and research institutions as well as individual researchers.

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Europe (to the power of) n

Europe (to the power of) n is a transregional art project.

Thirty scenarios, and thus thirty different ways of thinking about Europe, form the point of departure for the trans-regional art project Europe (to the power of) n, which takes place in Brussels, Istanbul, London, Łódź, Minsk, Novi Sad, Høvikodden/Oslo, San Sebastián, and Beijing.

The Curating Contemporary Art Department is a partner and RCA Kit Hammonds is a participant curator.

More information can be found by following this link: http://www.europe-n.org/site/show/overview

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