BLOCK 10: THREE WHITE SOLDIERS – PERFORMATIVE ACADEMY

JOHAN FORSMAN & ANDERS PAULIN

GUESTS: BOJANA KUNST, BOJANA MLADENOVIC, ANNIKA LUNDGREN, GLUEY-C with guests, TOR LINDSTRAND, RASMUS NIELSEN/SUPERFLEX, ULYSSES PASCAL, BARRIE JAMES SUTCLIFFE & RICHARD WIDERBERG, STUDENTS FROM VALAND ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS & STUDENTS FROM DANISH NATIONAL SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS

10/11 – 7/12

PRESENTATION OF BLOCK

10 november – 7 december

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Three White Soldiers – Performative Academy 2014, is an invitation to a collective elaboration of various thematic and aesthetic potentials departing from the performative archive Three White Soldiers.

For three weeks we will be juxtaposing performances, lectures, film screenings, concerts and conversations, in a program where we together with invited guests will discuss and investigate how ideas of Time/Space and Material/Immaterial has been developing in contemporary economics, art and science over the last 50 years.

Welcome!

PROGRAM

19 – 20/11

9.30 – 15.30: Three Black Crows – Launches of revolutionary monetary systems after dark (Workshop)
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19/11

18.00: Soup & Potluck – Join us for dinner
19.00: Introduction to Three White Soldiers – Performative Academy
19:30: Bojana Kunst: The Project Horizon – On the Temporality of Making (Lecture)
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20/11

18.00: Soup & Potluck – Join us for dinner
19.00: Bojana Mladenovic: Care for Learning, Learning to Care (Lecture)
20.30: Johan Forsman & Anders Paulin: Three White Soldiers (Performance)
TICKETS

21/11

16.00: Collective reading of Hannah Arendt: The Human Condition
–> NO RESERVATIONS, NO ADMISSION, JUST JOIN…

18.00: Soup & Potluck – Join us for dinner
19.00: Annika Lundgren: The Closest Thing on Earth to Nothing – Vantablack and the Ultimate Resistance
20.00: Forsman & Paulin: Three White Soldiers
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25/11

18.00 – 21.00 Samtal – ett samtal i absolut mörker
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27/11

16.00: Collective reading of Hannah Arendt: The Human Condition
–> NO RESERVATIONS, NO ADMISSION, JUST JOIN…

18.00: Soup & Potluck – Join us for dinner
19.00: Forsman & Paulin: Three White Soldiers
20.30: Ulysses Pascal: Automated Futures (Film)
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28/11

16.00 – 22.00: Gluey-C: € WORK

29/11

16.00: Collective reading of Hannah Arendt: The Human Condition
–> NO RESERVATIONS, NO ADMISSION, JUST JOIN…

18.00: Soup & Potluck – Join us for dinner
19.00: Forsman & Paulin: Three White Soldiers
20.30: Bok-release: Temporality & Dislocation + Filmprogram TBA
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4/12

13.00 – 17.00: Anders Paulin: Before the Text (Workshop)
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18.00: Soup & Potluck – Join us for dinner
19.00: Forsman & Paulin: Three White Soldiers
20.30: Anders Paulin: Speed and Gravity – Sandra Bullock and a Resurrection of the Institution
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5/12

10.00 – 13.30: Anders Paulin/Johan Forsman: Narrative and Economy (workshop)
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14.30 – 18.00: Tor Lindstrand: Could the New World Order Please Stand Up (Workshop)
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18.00: Soup & Potluck – Join us for dinner
19.00: Forsman & Paulin: Three White Soldiers (Performance)
20.30: Rasmus Nielsen, Superflex: The Interkosmos Revisited (Presentation)
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6 – 7/12

10.00 – 18.00: Barrie James Sutcliffe & Richard Widerberg: Silence, Noise and Collapse (Participatory Performance)
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6/12

14.30 – 18.00: Tor Lindstrand: Could the New World Order Please Stand Up (Workshop continuing from 5/12)

18.00: Tor Lindstrand & Participants of workshop: Could the New World Order Please Stand Up (Presentation)
19.00: Soup & Potluck – Join us for dinner
20.00: Forsman & Paulin: Three White Soldiers
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7/12

18.00: Soup & Potluck – Join us for dinner
19.00 – 20.00 Presentation by Sutcliffe, Widerberg and participants of Silence, Noise and Collapse
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Open pricing policy is applied: Pay what you think reasonable from your situation.

GLOSSARY

HFT (High Frequency Trading)
Dematerialization of Art & Money
Arpanet/Internet
Cybernetics
California
The Desert
Buckminster Fuller
Space Program
Algorithms
Language/Thing
The Gold Standard
Patterns
Cymatics
528 hz
Shamanism
Pilgrimage
Sonic Fiction
Land art/Minimalism,
Whole Earth Catalogue & Stewart Brand
Cowboys
Hippies
Hackers
Spoofers
Snipers
Sniffers
The Fountain of Gold – The Three Monkey Record of Money

THREE WHITE SOLDIERS

Performance by

JOHAN FORSMAN & ANDERS PAULIN

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Three White Soldiers is a performative archive, operating in an oscillating field between High Frequency Trading and Shamanic practices. Following the protocol of pilgrimage, the work is exploring financial, aesthetic and spiritual aspects of time/spaces not accessible to human perception.

The performance is developed over 3 years in continuous transformation, shifting shape as we engage with the material, people and stories that our research brings in our way. Neither critique nor capitulation towards the networking super speed of contemporary economy; rather an attempt to travel along its patterns and linguistic figures.

March-April 2014 we made a research-trip to USA, first as a residence at Chiara Giovando´s studio A Thousand Points of Lights in Joshua Tree desert, California, followed by a pilgrimage walk from the New York Stock Exchange at Wall Street to the computer co-location of NYSE in Mahwah, New Jersey.

Join us for a virtual journey through the labyrinths of algorithmic transactions.

–> 20 + 21 + 27 + 29/11. 4 + 5 + 6/12
–> OPEN PRICING POLICY IS APPLIED; PAY WHAT YOU THINK REASONABLE FROM YOUR SITUATION.
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SOUP & POTLUCK – JOIN US FOR DINNER!

STAY AFTER WORKSHOPS AND READINGS, OR COME EARLY TO OUR EVENING PROGRAMS

On each program day* at 18.00, we will make a soup for everyone to share – if you join please feel free to pimp our dinner with bread, cheese, drinks, desserts or whatever eatable and suitable – big or small. If you have nothing to bring or no time to prepare you are still as welcome – at least there will be soup!

WIKI KNOWLEDGE: The word “potluck”, or “potlatch” stems from the Chinook Jargon, meaning “to give away” or “a gift”; originally from the Nuu-chah-nulth word paɬaˑč, to make a ceremonial gift. … The potlatch is “a gift-giving feast practiced by indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast of Canada and the United States, among whom it is traditionally the primary economic system.

—> EVERY PROGRAM DAY* @ 18.00-19.00
—> NO MONETARY ADMISSION
—> NO SEPARATE BOOKING (STAY AFTER WORKSHOPS OR READINGS, OR COME EARLY TO OUR EVENING PROGRAMS)

*19/11, 20/11, 21/11, 27/11, 29/11, 4/12, 5/12, 6/12 (kl 19.00), 7/12.
28/11 there is no Soup & Potluck, but food is still served within the concept of Gluey C: AFTER W€RK

THREE BLACK CROWS

– After dark: Launches of revolutionary monetary systems

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An open workshop together with staff and students  from the Fine Art Program at the Valand Academy, exploring diverging ideas of new economies. By Maria Belic, Josefina Björk, Ulrika Erdes, Antonio Fryk, Annika Lundgren, Alanna Lynch, Louis Oliver Nitze, Livia Pravitz, Simon Daniel Tegnander, Azadeh Esmaili Zaghi.

–> 9 + 20/11 @ 09.30 – 15.30 (Same time both days)
–> FEES: ARE NEGOTIATED ON SITE ACCORDING TO ANY CURRENT FINANCIAL REGIME.
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THE PROJECT HORIZON

– On the Temporality of Making (Lecture)

BOJANA KUNST

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In recent decades, probably one of the most commonly used words among artists, producers and other cultural workers is the word project. Artists, scientists, politicians, producers and all others who work in the so-called creative sector all are united through one word with which they/we often name what we do: we do projects. This word seems to be not only endlessly extensible and abundant (it can describe whatever), but also overwhelming and overflowing: we are all involved in projects, probably several of them at the same time and in different places, we are implementing the finalisation of old projects and starting new ones, continuously taking part in the relentless projective movement of production (and creation). Of course, the plain banality and everydayness of the use of the term project speaks to the fact that this term is often used as an empty signifier, a concept that doesn’t imply anything in particular, denominating nothing, adding nothing to what we actually do. It could be said that this term is being used pragmatically for a myriad of makings and doings. Am I then not inclining to squeeze too much out of a sheer pragmatic application of this particular word to artistic work? I’m not so sure about that. Project always denominates, not only as a specific term, but also a temporal attitude or temporal mode, where the completion is already implied in the projection of the future. A lot of what artists and workers in the field of culture do today seems to be caught in this un-addressed and never approached projective time which I would like to analyse in the lecture and expose the intriguing relation between work and the future.

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BOJANA KUNST is a philosopher, dramaturg and performance theoretician. She is a professor at the Institute for Applied Theater Studies in Justus Liebig University Giessen, where she is leading an international master program Choreography and Performance. She is a member of the editorial board of Maska Magazine, Amfiteater and Performance Research. Her essays have appeared in numerous journals and publications and she has thought and lectured extensively at the various universities in Europe. She published several books, among them:  Impossible Body (Ljubljana 1999), Dangerous Connections: Body, Philosophy and Relation to the Artificial (Ljubljana, 2004), Processes of Work and Collaboration in Contemporary Performance (Ur)., Amfiteater, Maska, Ljubljana, 2006, Performance and Labour, Performance Research 17.06. (ed. with Gabriele Klein), 2013, Artist at Work, Closeness of Art and Capitalism, Maska, Ljubljana, 2013.

–> WEDNESDAY 19/11 @ 19.30 – 21.00
–> OPEN PRICING POLICY IS APPLIED: PAY WHAT YOU THINK REASONABLE FROM YOUR SITUATION
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* The lecture is also the final event of the study group: Scenkonstens produktionsvillkor.

CARE TO LEARN, LEARNING TO CARE

Lecture by

BOJANA MLADENOVIC

Bojana-Mladenović

A lecture on how contemporary performing arts define and develop new economies and practices of learning, research and presentations.

Bojana Mladenovic has for some years worked as the artistic director for the venue Het Veem Theatre in Amsterdam, where she worked not only with production and presentation but also with programs for education, talks and seminars. Now she is leaving to be the artistic director of SNDO, Amsterdam. SNDO is short for School voor Nieuwe Dansontwikkeling or School for New Dance Development. It is a four year education in choreography with the ambition to produce choreographers who can expand contemporary dance.

–> THURSDAY 20/11 – kl 19.00
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COLLECTIVE READING OF HANNAH ARENDT: THE HUMAN CONDITION

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In The Human Condition Hannah Arendt elaborates thoughts on relations between language, production and politics, and discusses the reason and consequences of the human efforts to escape the material boundaries of being an earth bound creature. In a series of three sessions we meet to read and discuss parts of the book together.

No prior knowledge needed. The text will be shared at Skogen.

–> FRIDAY 21/11 @ 16.00 – 18.00
–> WEDNESDAY 27/11 @ 16.00 – 18.00
–> SATURDAY 29/11 @ 16.00 – 18.00

–> NO BOOKING IN ADVANCE – JUST JOIN!
–> NO ADMISSION, SAVE YOUR MONEY FOR LATER…
–> WELCOME TO STAY FOR SOUP & POTLUCK AT 18.00.

THE CLOSEST THING ON EARTH TO NOTHING – VANTABLACK AND THE ULTIMATE RESISTANCE

ANNIKA LUNDGREN

Vantablack

An associative lecture performance by Annika Lundgren.

Annika Lundgren is professor of Fine Arts at the Valand Academy in Gothenburg and presently conducts the artistic research project “Art as Resistance”. Current art projects include the performance series Strategies of Magic, as well as the guided bus tour Atomic Tour – City of the Damned.  More about Lundgrens work at www.annikalundgren.net.

–> FRIDAY 20/11 @ 19.00
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AUTOMATED FUTURES

(Film)

ULYSSES PASCAL

Automated Futures

Automated Futures juxtaposes Wall Street’s high-speed fiber optic cable against the decaying industrial economy of America’s rust belt. The film documents a privately owned high-speed fiber optic cable that runs between Chicago and New York City. This cable is used primarily for the algorithmic high frequency trading practices of hedge funds and investment banks. It runs directly through the rust belt—towns like La Porte, Elkhart, Toledo, Cleveland, Mesopotamia, and Manahoy City. As such, it’s a paradigmatic example of the disjunction between the interests of high finance and the decaying industrial economy.

–> THURSDAY 27/11 @ 20.30
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AFTER W€RK

GLUEY-C

w ROZSA FARKAS, LANCE WAKELING + VITA ROSEN AFTER PARTY

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Gluey-C offers AFTER W€RK with cyclical bar, swinging currency, ¥ -manipulated food and fluctuating music.

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Inter-temporal micro skype-lecture by curator RÓZSA ZITA FARKAS ✔

THE LAST TRANSGRESSION ☐☐☐ If we are the #nofuture generation, then what are our politics of refusal (Sleep/Catatonia/Hedonism/Hustle)? Coming of age in a post-crisis society created us, but we still produce and reproduce: so are we operating with a politics of refusal, or are we actually just refusing to ‘have’ nofuture itself?

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Screening and Skype-talk by artist and filmmaker LANCE WAKELING ✗

NETWORK TRAVELOGUES ☐☐☐ Lance Wakeling will screen excerpts from his recent series of essay videos, including from his new film “Field Visits for Chelsea Manning.”

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VITA ROSEN AFTER PARTY ★

Commercialised and commodified contemporary sound and music

 

Bios:

RÓZSA ZITA FARKAS (1987, UK) is a curator interested in bodies through networks. She is based in London and is the founding director of Arcadia Missa. Farkas has co-curated independent projects including The Posthuman Era Became a Girl, South London Gallery (2014) and Re-Materialising Feminism, ICA and The Showroom (2014), amongst others. Her writing has been published in Mute Magazine, Eros and DPI Studioxx and she has presented at events for Transmediale ReSource006 and Rhizome. Since 2010 she has guest lectured at University of the Arts, London.

LANCE WAKELING lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. His recent videos include “Views of a Former Verizon Building,” “Subida al cielo,” “A Tour of the AC-1 Transatlantic Submarine Cable,” and “Field Visits for Chelsea Manning,” which premiers in December 2014. His artworks and videos have been shown at Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing; Supplement Gallery, London; NiMK, Amsterdam; The Woodmill, London; Import Projects, Berlin; Capricious Gallery, Brooklyn; and Future Gallery, Berlin.

GLUEY-C is the collaborative practice of an archivist and two designers based in Gothenburg. Combining critical archival practice with a curatorial design approach they are concerned with exploring information flows, temporality, visual identity, and knowledge-production in contemporary networked society. For now, Gluey-C is editing publications, arranging lectures, and providing refreshments.

VITA ROSEN is a contemporary Oasis that started out as a gallery space in Gothenburg.

—> FRIDAY 28/11 @ 18.00 – 22.00

BOK RELEASE: TEMPORALITY AND DISLOCATION

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Release of a book addressing aspects of translation between artistic practice and writing. Produced in co-operation with Vision Forum. Texts by Rita Nettelstad, Tova Gerge, Johan Forsman, Anders Paulin, Sandrine Nicoletta, Iggy Malmborg, Tor Lindstrand and Per Hüttner.

–> SATURDAY 29/11 kl 20.30
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EVERYTHING I KNOW

BUCKMINSTER FULLER

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During the last two weeks of January 1975 Buckminster Fuller gave an extraordinary series of lectures concerning his entire life’s work. These thinking out loud lectures span 42 hours and examine in depth all of Fuller’s major inventions and discoveries from the 1927 Dymaxion house, car and bathroom, through the Wichita House, geodesic domes, and tensegrity structures, as well as the contents of Synergetics. Autobiographical in parts, Fuller recounts his own personal history in the context of the history of science and industrialization.

The stories behind his Dymaxion car, geodesic domes, World Game and integration of science and humanism are lucidly communicated with continuous reference to his synergetic geometry. Permeating the entire series is his unique comprehensive design approach to solving the problems of the world. Some of the topics Fuller covered in this wide ranging discourse include: architecture, design, philosophy, education, mathematics, geometry, cartography, economics, history, structure, industry, housing and engineering.

BEFORE THE TEXT

WORKSHOP

ANDERS PAULIN

Before the text

How to think of the stage as a theatre of that what is invisible? An open seminar on how to think of text, image and performer as interfaces. Arranged in collaboration with students from the dance department of the Danish School of Performing Arts.

Anders Paulin is working internationally as director and dramaturge. Since the 90´s, he has been active within a wide range of practices at theatres as The Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg, and Theater Basel. Over the last years, the works have been exploring methods to use the theatre as platform for participatory practices; both by negotiating the economy of institutional theatre productions as in the curatorial project Temporary National Theatre at The Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, and with community-based work as in the Vertical Gardening-projects­ in Palestine together with Sara Gebran. Some of his recent projects are Wild Duck at Nationaltheatret in Oslo, Neither You Nor Me at MDT/Black Box/Caféteatret, Participatory vs Consensus at Göteborgs Dans- och teaterfestival and Parzival at Backa Teater, Göteborg.

–> THURSDAY 4/12 13.00 – 17.00
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SPEED AND GRAVITY – SANDRA BULLOCK AND A RESURRECTION OF THE INSTITUTION

ANDERS PAULIN

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– Give me your position!
– I don´t know , I don´t know! I… I am spinning! I can´t… I can´t …
– Report your position!
– GPS is down, I can´t, it´s down… I can´t
– Give me a visual!
– I see nothing!
– You need to focus! Anything!

A discursive take on financial emotions on the silver screen.

–> THURSDAY 4/12 @ 20.30
–> OPEN PRICING POLICY IS APPLIED: PAY WHAT YOU THINK REASONABLE FROM YOUR SITUATION
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NARRATIVE AND ECONOMY

WORKSHOP

JOHAN FORSMAN & ANDERS PAULIN

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An open workshop where we reflect on the economies and organizational structures that is produced in the field of performing arts. What kind of relationships, concepts and economies are maintained and reproduced when we decide on the formats of our work and how can we rethink the meaning and possibilities of notions as performance, process, narrative, project, audience and event.

–> FRIDAY 5/12, 10.00 – 13.30
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THE INTERKOSMOS REVISITED

– SPACETRAVELLING FUELED BY RUSSIAN COSMOLOGY AND THE SMELL OF DEODORANT

RASMUS NIELSEN/SUPERFLEX

Interkosmos

SUPERFLEX is a Danish artists’ group founded in 1993 by Jakob Fenger, Rasmus Nielsen and Bjørnstjerne Christiansen. Superflex describe their projects as Tools, as proposals that invite people to participate in and communicate the development of experimental models that alter the economic production conditions. Often the projects are assisted by experts who bring in their special interest, these tools can then be further used and modified by their users.

Often their projects are related to economic forces, democratic production conditions and self-organisation. The artists have examined alternative energy production methods (Supergas) and commodity production in Brazil, Thailand and Europe in their projects, which both expose and question the existing economic structures. These artistic activities — as, for example, the on-going project Guaraná Power, in which the artists developed a drink together with local farmers who cultivate the caffeine-rich berries of the guarana plant — are not necessarily opposed to commercialism and globalisation, but try instead to render economic structures visible and to establish a new balance.

Through their projects engaging with alternative models for the creation, dissemination and maintenance of social and economic organisation – such as Copyshop, Guaraná Power, Rebranding Denmark and Free Beer – Superflex have become involved in legal disputes, as well as suffered prohibition orders and police raids, relating to their artistic use of commercial signs and symbols. However, finding that the restrictions placed on their work sometimes led to unexpectedly interesting results, Superflex began to explore the productive potential of prohibition and conceived a series of projects structured to impose regulations on others.

Superflex has gained international recognition for their projects. They have had solo exhibitions, among others, at the Kunsthalle Basel in Switzerland (Supershow — more than a show), GFZK in Leipzig, Germany (Social Pudding in collaboration with Rirkrit Tiravanija), Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt am Main (Open market), the REDCAT Gallery in Los Angeles (Guarana Power), Mori Museum in Tokyo, Gallery 1301PE in Los Angeles and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Superflex has participated in international arts biennials such as the Gwangju biennial in Korea, Istanbul Biennial, São Paulo Biennial, Shanghai Biennial and in the “Utopia Station” exhibition at the Venice Biennale. They contributed to the exhibition Rethink Kakotopia shown at the Nikolaj Centre of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen 2009 and at Tensta Konsthall 2010.

–> FRIDAY 5/12 @ 20.30
–> OPEN PRICING POLICY IS APPLIED: PAY WHAT YOU THINK REASONABLE FROM YOUR SITUATION
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COULD THE NEW WORLD ORDER PLEASE STAND UP

Workshop & Presentation

TOR LINDSTRAND

NEWWORLDORDER

“In the womb the human embryo passes through all the development stages of the animal kingdom. At the moment of birth, human sensations are equal to those of a newborn dog. His childhood passes through all the transformations that correspond to the history of mankind. When he is eight years old, he becomes aware of violet, the colour that the eighteenth century had discovered, because before that the violet was blue and the purple snail red. Today the physicist points to colours in the sun’s spectrum that already bear a name, whose recognition, however, is reserved for the coming generation.”
Adolf Loos, Ornament and Crime, 1910

Could the new world order please stand up is a workshop and a presentation that combines concepts of superintelligence with modernist urban theory and real estate communications to describe some aspects of the contemporary city and its futures. Working with smoke and mirrors, paint and projections, plastic and air an image of our immediate future is being conjured in front of a real live audience. Together we describe the fields were enterprises are constructed by enterprises and the smallest unit, which today is just one fragment of an individual, is performing a 360 degree feedback. The new city believes in the power of action. The new city believes in the present not the future. The new city believe that constantly thinking about the future changes the nature of our present action and the new city will therefore no longer deal in future tenses.

posterECONOMYTor Lindstrand is an architect and Associate Professor at the KTH School of Architecture (Stockholm). He is currently involved in a collaborative research project on Power, Space and Ideology at KTH-A and Södertörn University. Under the umbrella of Economy he is working on the project Towards an Institution strategies for the making of an art institution in Fittja, Northern Botkyrka.

 

–> WORKSHOP: FRIDAY 5/12, 14.00 – 17.30 & SATURDAY 6/12 14.30 – 18.00
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–> PRESENTATION: SATURDAY 6/12, 18.00 – 19.00
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SILENCE, NOISE, AND COLLAPSE

A two day participatory performance with
RICHARD WIDERBERG & BARRIE JAMES SUTCLIFFE

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We live in a world of systems which we are meant to accept and trust. Debt and crisis are daily facts of life. Austerity and market growth threaten social stability and the environment. Repetition of these structures renders us speechless, strangling our dream for different futures.
A trend in the west is to seek silence, like visiting mindfulness retreats or natural habitats. However, escaping to silence has a dark side. Silence is also associated with collapse and recession.

The opposite of silence is noise. Noise can destroy and overwhelm. But it can also be a way to describe and experience our world, a constructive way of coping with chaos.

During the first day, we will experience silence, hiking into the deep forest. The second day will be spent together at Skogen in a studio engaging with noise, resulting in a public presentation of our collective experiences.

Signup is mandatory and spaces are limited. The hike will involve leaving the city at an early hour, and warm clothing is essential. Transport will be provided, as well as food and drink. Please inform Skogen of any special dietary needs.

If you want to join for one day only, please note this in the comment box while booking!

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Saturday Dec 6 – Silence: Deep forest research trip
10.00 – 17.00 – A hike in a forest outside Gothenburg

Sunday Dec 7 – Noise: Exploring unstable systems at Skogen
11.00 – 17.00 – Workshop on chaotic systems and sonic waves
18.00 Soup and potluck
19.00 Presentation and performance – open for all

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TWO DAY PARTICIPATORY PERFORMANCE:

–> SATURDAY 6/12 + SUNDAY 7/12, 10.00 – 18.00 (BOTH DAYS).
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!!! THE PARTICIPANTS OF THE PERFORMANCE ON SUNDAY WILL BE ASKED TO TAKE PART IN A PUBLIC PERFORMANCE AT SKOGEN, SUNDAY 7th AT 19.00. BETWEEN THE END OF THE DAY SESSION AND THE PUBLIC PERFORMANCE (18.00 – 19.00) SKOGEN WILL SERVE A SOUP FOR PARTICIPANTS AND GUESTS.

PUBLIC PRESENTATION:

–>  SUNDAY 7/12, 19.00 – 20.00 @ SKOGEN.
–> WELCOME TO JOIN FOR SOUP & POTLUCK AT 18.00.
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