October 27, 2014 - Creative Time - 2014 Creative Time Summit in Stockholm
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October 27, 2014

2014 Creative Time Summit in Stockholm

Creative Time Summit: Stockholm

In collaboration with Public Art Agency Sweden
Exploring socially and politically engaged art in a global context

November 14–15, 2014

Kulturhuset
Stockholm
Sweden

www.creativetime.org

Tickets sold out—join our waitlist at summit [​at​] creativetime.org

Watch the live stream on November 14 and 15 at creativetime.org/summit

Screen the action! Creative Time and Public Art Agency Sweden will bring the Summit to thousands of viewers around the globe for free through Livestream. For more information on screenings, check out our F.A.Q.

Creative Time Summit: Stockholm
November 14-15
Organizers: Creative Time in New York and Public Art Agency Sweden
Curators: Nato Thompson, Chief Curator of Creative Time and Magdalena Malm, Director of Public Art Agency Sweden
Venue: Kulturhuset Stockholm

Summit: Stockholm—the first iteration of the annual conference to take place outside of New York—will focus on artists’ work as they engage the themes of Nationalisms, Performing The City, Activating Public Space, Art in the Surveillance State, and Migrations. The timely partnership between Creative Time and Public Art Agency Sweden enables artists, activists, and politicians to work in this contested space by debating and proposing solutions to these pressing issues both in Europe, and across the globe.

Participants: Edi Rama, Prime Minister of Albania, and Saskia Sassen, Professor of Sociology at Columbia University, to deliver keynote addresses. Delhi-based artist and filmmaker Amar Kanwar will be awarded the 2014 Leonore Annenberg Prize for Art and Social Change. Presentations are grouped into thematic sections titled Nationalisms, Performing The City, Activating Public Space, Art in the Age of Surveillance, and Migrations. Presenters include Netherlands-based artist and activist Jonas Staal; English artist and Creative Time collaborator Jeremy Deller; Swedish independent curator and Director of Tensta Konsthall Maria Lind; Poland and Germany-based curator Joanna Warsza; Turkish artist Ahmet Ögüt; Birgitta Jónsdóttir, Icelandic Parliament member and chairperson of the Pirate Party; United States-based performance artist Jill Magid; Sweden’s Soraya Post, who recently made history as the first-ever elected member of a feminist party to the European Parliament, Ghana ThinkTank, a collective featuring Christopher Robbins, John Ewing, and Carmen Montoya from the United States; Cuban artist Tania Bruguera; and many more.

For a full list of presenters and more information on the 2014 Creative Time Summit, please visit creativetime.org/summit.

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