October 14, 2011 - art&education - Symposium: NO RULES – negotiating, art and deregulation
October 14, 2011

Symposium: NO RULES – negotiating, art and deregulation

Hans Rucker, “AD 40 Jul 1970: 337.”

NO RULES
negotiating
art and
deregulation

Symposium
Saturday, October 22 1pm–6pm

Cooper Union
Frederick P. Rose Auditorium,
41 Cooper Square, Lower Level 1

artandeducation.net

Art&Education is pleased to present NO RULES a conference at Cooper Union honoring the finalists of our 2011 Paper’s Prize, an initiative to support emerging scholars conducting innovative research on contemporary art. Art&Education Papers Prize is a co-organized by e-flux and Artforum.

The conference will include presentations on possible links between deregulation–as an economic and cultural paradigm—running parallel to the rise of the post-studio condition. How has the economic frame of precarity and the ‘entrepreneurial’ impacted the ways in which we imagine the possible terrain of artistic production and reception?

Please join us for presentations by our finalists for Art&Education Papers Prize and members of the selection jury:

The 2011 Paper Prize Finalists are Natilee Harren, Nate Harrison, and Yates McKee.
The winner will be announced at the conference at Cooper Union on Oct 22nd 2011.

The Judges of the 2011 Paper Prize

Daniel Birnbaum, Director, Moderna Museet

Claire Bishop, Associate Professor of Art History, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Tim Griffin, Artforum International

Suzanne Hudson, Co-founder and President of the Society of Contemporary Art Historians

Molly Nesbit, Professor Art History, Vassar College

Brian Kuan Wood, Editor, e-flux journal

Art&Education Papers Prize is an annual prize for emerging scholars and art historians. The winner and two-runners up are given the opportunity to present a 20-minute portion of their research at a conference with presentation from invited judges.

A&E Papers is a free contributor-driven platform, seeking to expand publication opportunities for art historians, theorists, curators, and artists, and to make papers more easily available to the public. You can follow our publication at Art&Education Papers.

We would like to extend special thanks to Saskia Bos, Suzanne Hudson, the Society of Contemporary Art Historians, and all the thoughtful contributions.

Art&Education welcomes submissions for ongoing publication on the website. Please submit articles by email to papers@artandeducation.net.

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