September 9, 2017 - KADIST - New series of international collaborations
September 9, 2017

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Lala Raščić, The Eumenides (still), 2014. Video.

New series of international collaborations

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Kosovo

Europa Enterprise: On Commoning
September 16–17

Lumbardhi Cinema
Remzi Ademi Nr.4 20000 Prizren, Kosovo

A collaboration between Lumbardhi and KADIST, co-curated by Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez and Ares Shporta. A two-day seminar around cultural and civic responses to commoning in South Eastern Europe.

With a keynote by Jelena Petrović (Vienna) and a performance by Lala Raščić (Sarajevo, New Orleans) and discussions with: Teodor Celakoski (Zagreb), Romeo Kodra (Tirana), Erëmirë Krasniqi (Prishtina), Marko Miletic (Belgrade), Ivana Dragsic (Skopje), Armina Pilav (Rotterdam, Sarajevo), Ares Shporta (Prizren), Charlotte Van Buylaere (Aalst), Bruno Leitão (Lisbon), Iliana Fokianaki (Athens), Gigi Argyropoulou (Athens), Aslıhan Demirtaş (Istanbul), Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez (Paris), Emilie Villez (Paris).

This seminar is the first step of a three-year project entitled Not fully human, not human at all, curated by Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez and initiated by KADIST, including artistic commissions by Lala Raščić and Daniela Ortiz. The project will take place across Europe in partnership with Hangar (Lisbon, Portugal), Kunsthalle Lissabon (Lisbon, Portugal), Lumbardhi Foundation (Prizren, Kosovo) and Netwerk (Aalst, Belgium)
 

Japan

Almost nothing, and yet, not nothing
October 7–November 12

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT)
Arts and Science Lab in Tokyo University of the Arts (MOT Satellite program) Ueno Campus Tokyo

A collaboration between KADIST and MOT, co-curated by Che Kyongfa and Elodie Royer. An exhibition with a program of performances, talks and workshops.

Based on a significant relationship between production and resistance, the exhibition features artists from various times and places, whose practices involve active engagement with the public, reflecting on our relationship to society and institutions. Producing a series of films with a group of pupils in a Paris suburban school over four years (Eric Baudelaire), proposing a perceptive experience of Tokyo through the simple acts of walking, seeing and touching (Myriam Lefkowitz), or creating a ping-pong club to reflect on the idea of fair play as a basis for social interplay in Slovakia in the 1970s (Julius Koller) are some of the gestures one can come upon in this exhibition.

With works by Eric Baudelaire, Julius Koller, Myriam Lefkowitz, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Motohiro Tomii
 

Italy

The Electric Comma
November 26–March 31
Preview: November 25, 5-9pm

V-A-C Foundation
Palazzo delle Zattere Dorsoduro 1401 30123 Venice

A collaboration between between KADIST and V-A-C Foundation, co-curated by Katerina Chuchalina and Pete Belkin.

Deriving its title from Shannon Ebner’s multi-dimensional installation the Electric Comma, this exhibition foregrounds changes in language, perception and cognition in the age of Artificial Intelligence. Across varied practices and backgrounds, artists selected for this exhibition contemplate the premise of the conscious mind and its implications for the learning machine. A superorganism of algorithms and databases now increasingly dictates how we learn, how we communicate, how we perceive and how we remember. Today, what part of the human intellect have we passed on to the machine and what remains lost in translation? With shifting paradigms and the feral computational power of technology, can the machine harness the space of intuition, of metaphor, of poetry, and ultimately become aware of itself?

With works by Erick Beltrán, Alighiero Boetti, Nicolás Consuegra, Anthony Discenza, Shannon Ebner, Piero Golia, Jacqueline Humphries, Pedro Neves Marques, Jonathan Monk, Daria Martin, Hito Steyerl, Fabien Giraud & Raphaël Siboni, Dayanita Singh, Urban Fauna Lab, Daniel Keller, Wade Guyton, Andrey Shental

 

Ongoing KADIST international collaborations

Thailand

Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs
July 15–October 31
Jim Thompson Art Center, Bangkok
Curated by Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero
 

Israel

Lives Between
August 31–October 24
The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Curated by Joseph del Pesco and Sergio Edelsztein

 

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