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De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012
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De Salon #2, Felix Meritis Amsterdam - February2012

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De Salon Foundation hosts a series of lectures , interviews and discussions about societal developments. …

De Salon Foundation hosts a series of lectures , interviews and discussions about societal developments.
De Salon is held monthly at Felix Meritis in Amsterdam.
My lecture revolved around the (expected) societal commitment of art vis á vis a society in rapid transformation. What should artistic urgency be pointed at? At individual artistic development, or at (partially) serving the cultural/political/social discourse at large?
As a leitmotif (with the hybrid history of Felix Meritis' as centre of the arts and sciences in mind) I chose to depart from the notion of the artwork as 'probe': as both vehicle and trigger for investigation and transformation.

More information about De Salon can be found here:
http://www.de-salon.net/

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  • 1. DE SALON #2
  • 2. PROBE (SONDE)
  • 3. HETCOMMUNISTISCH EXPERIMENT (HET WOORD BIJ DE DAAD: 1848-)
  • 4. PROBE
  • 5. SITUAÇÃO T/ T (ARTUR BARRIO, 1970)
  • 6. THECREMASTER CYCLE (MATTHEW BARNEY, 1994-2002)
  • 7. TILTED ARC (RICHARD SERRA, 1981)
  • 8. ? A S E LF- E N C LOS E D A E S TH E TIC S Y S TE M ?
  • 9. BINNEN BUITEN( E EN I N - ZIC HZ EL F GE S LOT EN EST HETISCH SYSTEEM )
  • 10. NATIONAALGASTARBEIDER MONUMENT (HANS VAN HOUWELINGEN, 2010)
  • 11. PROBE
  • 12. verhoogd be wustzi j noverleving overlevering diep bewustzijn

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