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  1. 1. Dissident Knowledges Maria Hlavajova
  2. 2. Propositions  Defy conventional fictions of contemporary histories  “new world order”  Crisis and instability as knowledge
  3. 3. Art After Spectatorship?  Spectatorship as a creative act  Spectatorship as part of the work  Social media as material  Questions of contemporary contexts
  4. 4. Critique of Groy’s The Logic of Equal Aesthetic Rights  Art in deregulation  Collapse of ideology  Young British Artists  Emerging markets & global financial crisis  Concept of art in cosmic exile  Interpretation as the external guarantor of contemporary art
  5. 5. When Platitudes Becomes Form Christopher Kulendran Thomas& Tom Trevatt
  6. 6. Points  Sri Lanka vìs-a-vìs England  Connoisseurial commercialism  Contemporary art boom  Context that is not contemporary  2009  Unjust peace after 3 decades of civil war
  7. 7. Alternative Histories & Archives
  8. 8. The Form of the Content Nida Ghouse & Hassan Khan
  9. 9. 17 and in AUC  1990-1995  American University in Cairo  2003  Performance  4 hours for 14 nights, cigarettes and beers  2011  Looking back at the event
  10. 10. Memories of University  Norms and social order  Class and class formation  Creation of a specific elite  Subculture in the university  Double alienation  Alienation from the institution  Alienation from Cairo
  11. 11. Sketches for an Alternative Arab Almanac 1989-2013 Rasha Salti  US & Arab World  1991 as end of the 20th century  2 years after fall of Berlin Wall & Tiananmen Square Massacre, 10 years after election of Ronald Reagan (Reagan Doctrine), 12 years after Iranian revolution  Political into moral  Quality of life crimes  Locating the “moral”  Dystopia  Bankrupt the political imaginary  Reflect on the “history” of Arab insurgencies
  12. 12. Critical Points  1973  Saudi Embargo  1974  Palestinian representation in the UN
  13. 13. “Violence is the lack of imagination”
  14. 14. A Roma Model/ The Cosmopolitan Other Daniel Baker & Ethel Brooks
  15. 15. Roma Model  Roma world view in opposition to the nation state  Concept of camp & encampment  Reclaiming & moving forward of being Roma  Sustainability of 12 million Roma  Protest camp & archives, occupied camp
  16. 16. African? I Guess Nástio Mosquito
  17. 17. Points  Angola  1975, after 500 years of occupation  Caught between Soviet Union, US and their allies  Representation and identity politics  Attraction and assault
  18. 18. Language, Und erstanding & Translations An Author without a Translator is no Author
  19. 19. Global Agoraphilia Piotr Piotrowski
  20. 20. Points  Critique of globalization  Global politeia  Artistic instruments  Enter and participate in public space  Shape public life
  21. 21. Aernout Mik, Untitled  Scrutinize building blocks of contemporary art  Test the limits of of disobedience and non- compliance  Conditions of society, moments of revolt and rebellion
  22. 22. Aernout Mik, Untitled, 2013 Youtube download

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