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OPEN #11 - Hybrid Space

  Open11_Hybrid_Space.pdf, 3,5 MiB
Theme issue of OPEN, journal for Art and the Public Domain, published by the Foundation for Art and Public Space (SKOR), Amsterdam & NAi Publishers, Rotterdam, Fall 2008.

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Nina Czegledy

Moderator of Enduring Post Communism: Networks of Patronage- An independent media artist, curator and writer, Nina Czegledy has been involved in collaborative international projects and cultural exchange focusing on Eastern European initiatives since the mid eighties.

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    The antidemocratic makeover of the cultural scene in Hungary 

    Recent legislative steps in Hungary point towards  the authoritarian transformation of the  institutional structures and funding system of  cultural life, by giving an ultra conservative  artist group close to the rightwing government,  the Hungarian Academy of Arts, an unassailable  position of power. As a result of these  decisions, the government has endangered the long  term autonomy, professionalism and democratic  procedures of Hungarian contemporary art.

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    Art in the Age of Terrorism: 

    Dr. Steven Kurtz-the artist accused of bioterrorism in federal court-will make his first public appearance following the dismissal of his case

    Thursday, May 29, 2008, 7PM
    Eyebeam 540 W. 21st St. (btw 10th and 11th Aves.)
    Free and open to the public

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    Art is not "Bioterrorism' 

    A live benefit concert and performance event with Snowcrash (.nl), The Yesmen and Critical Art Ensemble in support of artist Steven Kurtz and scientist Robert Ferrell, both threatened by an unjustifiable prosecution for "bioterrorism".

    Presented in collaboration with:
    Transmediale Festival, Berlin
    & The Arts Catalyst, London

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    Debates & Credits 

    Media Art in the Public Domain

    Debates & Credits was a Russian / Dutch art and media project which has invited four artists and artist collectives from Russia and four from The Netherlands to develop interventionist (media-) art works for the public space.

    The project happened in three stages:
    Amsterdam, September 11 - 22
    Yekaterinburg, September 26 - 29
    Moscow, October 7 - 13

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    Art and Political Conflict 

    A public debate at Framer Framed, Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam, Sunday July 6, 2014 - 14.00 - 17.00 hrs.

    The relationship between art and political conflict has been significantly reshaped by the proliferation of digital media and the internet as a means of instant dissemination of images, texts, and audiovisual expressions. Artistic /activist actions intervene via these digital means into an expanded symbolical space that is no longer the sole sanctuary of artists and art audiences, but instead has become the 'neural fibre' of everyday life.

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