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____________Bloomberg SPACE, London
____________Kumu Art Museum Tallinn
____________Open Space, Open Systems - Vienna
____________CAA 2011 Conference, New York
____________Forum Stadtpark, Graz
____________Symposium, Istanbul
____________lungomare, Bozen/Bolzano
____________Metropolis Biennale 2007-17, Copenhagen
____________new publication available now
____________Mestna Galerija, Ljubljana
____________Livestream of Networked Cultures documentary
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_Exhibitions


11 March - 11 April 2010
Communication Networks - Art Institutions and New Publics
Mestna Galerija, Ljubljana
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- Screening of Networked Cultures curated by Open Space - Zentrum für Kunstprojekte, Vienna
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18 - 31 December 2008
Gunners and Runners
Un-built, Athens
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- Gunners and Runners portrays two modes of intercultural displacements along with Arsenal’s relocation in North London’s Finsbury Park: The new Emirates stadium, a world-class stadium financed by Dubai’s state airlines, comes up against the contested infrastructures of Islamic migration. In the encounters and intermixing of English football fans with the migrant population, the urban space becomes a stage for the ambiguities of prosperity, legality and security with which the neo-liberal transformation of western society operates.
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8 November 2008
Trading Places
VUE, Paris
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- Informal markets generate sites of shadow-globalisation based on a deterritorialisation of cultures. Many of these markets are hubs of migratory routes whose idiosyncratic complexity reflects the tension between traditional economies, black markets and the new conditions of deregulated and liberalised capital markets. The dynamics ...
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10 Oct - 19 Nov 2008
Networked Cultures
Open Space - Zentrum für Kunstprojekte, Vienna
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- Whether in the form of transnational politics, global economies, new working conditions or urban social movements, networks have become the most powerful figure of thought operating on the way we conceive the organisation of the world. Networks have changed our forms of cultural interaction and coexistence just as they have the way in which we produce and experience spaces.
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19 April - 22 June 2008
Visiting Stalin
Gone City, Magazin4, Bregenz
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- The project Gone City intends to explore an engagement of what it was discursively seen on the thick walls of the transformational processes to unfold the issues of 'tomorrow' within proliferation of approaches. This establishes a journey which forces long-hidden secrets into the open from emerging physical mobility and flows informing new ways of inhabiting and experiencing space in different localities. This also offers a way of mapping a "becoming beside oneself" where the production of culture's space/place laid at the door of 'other' worlds in motion. Often this compels us to rethink of what things are, includes how they become what they are. But, where is its echo heard?
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15 Sep – 18 Nov 2007
Operation Desert
Windsor, Ontario
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- As part of Architecture: A Borderline Case, a thematic series of exhibitions, projects and educational programmes, the Art Gallery Windsor has organized two major group exhibitions of contemporary art. Build Me Up/Tear Me Down: Provisional Structures and Contested Zones includes the work of twelve international and Canadian artists who examine the city as a constantly changing arena of architectural and social activity. Buildings seem so permanent that we often forget that they are really temporary structures, held together by social, political, and cultural activities.
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Radio as Spatial Practiceby: Paulo Tavares Survival Kits: Artistic Responses to Globalizationby: Marga van Mechelen What Ever Happened to Cultural Democracy?by: Sophie Hope I don't know how to explain ...by: Anca Gyemant Trading Placesby: Peter Moertenboeck & Helge Mooshammer Milosevic as Architectby: Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss When the Unavoidable Knocks at the Door ...by: Gulsen Bal Tracing Translocality: The BlackBenz Raceby: Felix Stalder travelling lexicon towards a global positioning systemby: Celine Condorelli