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Friday 01.06.2018

The Spring Thing Forum: exploring new ways of sharing artistic research


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The Spring Thing Forum
Arc artist residency
http://www.arc-artistresidency.ch

Info

a 4-hour debate about artistic research Sunday 17th June 2018, 14:00 – 18:00 Maison des Moines (behind Arc) Romainmôtier

Contact

info@arc-artistresidency.ch
Sally De Kunst
+41 24 453 19 19

Address

http://www.arc-artistresidency.ch
Arc artist residency
Cour du Cloître 22
1323 Romainmôtier
Switzerland

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How do we present and communicate artistic research? What are the ideal conditions? And what is the role of curators, policy makers, audience, art organizations, institutions, … for new ways of sharing artistic research ?

During The Spring Thing, from 15 till 19 June, 25 artists and other practitioners will spend five days at Arc artist residency, deepening and interrogating their practices, discussing and proposing new ways of sharing artistic research.

How do we present and communicate artistic research? What are the ideal conditions? In what ways does artistic research forge specific knowledge and initiate new modes of being? Is artistic research a radically speculative discipline? And how can we celebrate it?

On Sunday 17th June we invite the greater Arc community and anyone who would like to join us in discussing these questions during a four-hour forum. We want to open the platform to different interested parties. What is the role of curators, policy makers, audience, art organizations, institutions, … for new ways of sharing artistic research ?

Afterwards we invite you to relax at our summer barbecue in the garden of Arc.

We look forward to welcoming you at The Spring Thing Forum!

Moderator: Philippine Hoegen
Participants in The Spring Thing: Julien Babel, Eduardo Cassina, Sally De Kunst, Nikos Doulos, Seraina Dür, Liva Dudareva, Rita Eperjesi, Sheila Ghelani, Jonas Gillmann, Ward Goes, Arielle Grasser, Renaud Loda, Aditya Pawar, Mila Pavicevic, Tim Shaw, Jacek Smolicki, Vreni Spieser, Marion Thomas, Kristien Van den Brande, Gosie Vervloessem, Julien Vuilleumier, Conrad Willems.