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Svijet umjetnosti 2001/2002 - Ljubljana


vrijeme: 24.09.2002. - 24.09.2002.20:00 sati
organizator: SCCA, Center for Contemporary Arts - Ljubljana

U utorak, 24.rujna 2002. u 20 sati u galeriji Kapelica u Ljubljani održat će se predavanje Charlesa Eschea, u sklopu programa: Svijet umjetnosti - obrazovani program teorije i prakse o suvremenoj vizualnoj umjetnosti.
World of Art 2001/2002 series of lectures Strategies of Presentation 2 World of Art is an educational program on theory and practice in contemporary visual art. Its fifth year is launching the Course for Curators of Contemporary Arts, Workshops Documents and Proposals and a series of lectures entitled Strategies of Presentation2. Within this years series we have invited eight artists, curators and critics to present their own curatorial and artistic practices, by definition more innovative and challenging than main-stream ones as established within the art system. The sixth lecture of this years series will be held on Tuesday, September 24, at 8 pm in the Kapelica Gallery in Ljubljana. Lecture Modest Proposals will be delivered by Charles Esche. Admission is free! Cordially invited, Sasa Glavan director of World of Art program SCCA, Center for Contemporary Arts - Ljubljana Metelkova 6, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia Tel.: 00 386 1 431 83 85, fax: 00 386 1 430 06 29 www.ljudmila.org/scca Charles Esche is a curator and writer based in Edinburgh and Copenhagen. He is Director of the Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art, Malmö since 2001 and a research fellow at Edinburgh College of Art where he works with the proto academy, an academic project aimed at discovering more conversational and effective models for advanced art education. He is also editor of AFTERALL, an art journal published twice yearly by Central St.Martins College of Art and Design, London and CalArts, Los Angeles. From 1993-1997 he was Visual Arts Director at Tramway, Glasgow where he curated exhibitions by Elisabeth Ballet, Christian Boltanski, Christine Borland, Roderick Buchanan Douglas Gordon, Niek Kemps, Jonathan Monk, Stephen Willats and Richard Wright as well as group shows such as Trust and The Unbelievable Truth. In 2002 he curated the Gwangju Biennale in Korea with Hou Hanru. He was co-curator of the UK section of ARCO 2001, Madrid. In 2000 he co-curated two large-scale exhibitions: Intelligence-New British Art at the Tate Gallery, London and Amateur-Variable Research Initiatives at Konstmuseum and Konsthall, Göteborg. In 2002 he curated the Gwangju Biennale in Korea with Hou Hanru. In the lecture Modest Proposals the question of capitalism and artistic proposals will be discussed, using the term possibility as a way of unpicking how artistic projects might contribute to ways of imagining the economy otherwise. This will also mention the fundamental change since 1989 in the way art relates to its political and economic condition. Esche will introduce and try to explain the terms engaged autonomy and modest proposals as ways of seeing the artists role in these environments. Program is supported by Ministry of Culture of Slovenia. Lecture is prepared in cooperation with: - Embassy of Sweden, Ljubljana - WHW (What, How and for Whom),Zagreb - Arkzin com.munications - Art radionica Lazareti, Dubrovnik - Multimedijalni institut mi2 - Vladin ured za udruge - Ministarstvo kulture RH _____________