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  1. 1. Former West Brown Bag Portia Placino
  2. 2. Documents, Constellations, Prospects  Learning Place  Art Production  Infrastructures  Insurgent Cosmopolitanism  Dissident Knowledge
  3. 3. Strands of Participation  Reading Timelines  Société Réaliste  From CV to Time Line: A Workshop on Labor and Social Media  Prof. D. Dieter Lesage  How to Deal with What is Considered to be Art Today  Keti Chukrov  Welcome to the “hood”  Nina Fischer & Moroan el Sani
  4. 4. Learning Place: Sivisation of Life
  5. 5. Who is an artist? Defined by the CV para-text.
  6. 6. Société Réalisté Reading Timelines
  7. 7. Representation and Performance of the Self and the Artist in the Contemporary  Reading CVs and Timelines  How should the artist represent themselves in contemporary art and institutions?  Constant and permanent performance of immaterial labor (Negri) and social media  Do we still sleep? Do we still rest from performance?
  8. 8. Internet & Social Media Tools This is not my life
  9. 9. Re-Politicize the Issue of Representation
  10. 10. Art Production in the Age of Internet & Social Media
  11. 11. Medium of the Internet  Computer/ Mobile Phones  Observable  Finite
  12. 12. What the Internet provides  Potent visibility  Accessibility  Transparency
  13. 13. Points  Password as contemporary subjectivity  Hacker breaks the code of hermeneutics  Cyborg as the secret of subjectivity  Going beyond the panoptic  Unbreakable encryption as the true utopia and true subjectivity
  14. 14. Artist as Blogger? Return of the universal spectator
  15. 15. Lecture Performance Hito Steyerl
  16. 16. I dreamed a dream
  17. 17. Art & Firearms  Everyone is an artist  Democratization of violence  Deskilling  Changed social order
  18. 18. Chasing Spring The Spring that keeps us waiting. Contemporary miserable.
  19. 19. What are the social consequences of mass art production?
  20. 20. Game Over? Did the machine win? The machine always win.
  21. 21. Rhetoric of the Future  European collapse  Catalan, Basque, Greece  Final act of the neo-liberal  Failure of the occupied movements  Fragilization of empathy between human beings  Salaries and debts to pay  Precarization  Precario bello
  22. 22. Is Facebook empowering? Is our friendship over? Power in the cyberspace.
  23. 23. Is total art possible? Boris Groys & Qiu Zhijie When is art contemporary?
  24. 24. Social Change & Transformation
  25. 25. Flashpoints  1832 (Steyerl)  Student uprising against the regime (France), setting of Les Miserables, serialized pulp fiction  1977 (Bifo)  Apple trademark, death of Charlie Chaplin, genetically created human being, beginnings of punk, modernism dissolved, beginnings of the European collapse
  26. 26. Transformative nature of our time similar to 1989  Contemporary Moment  Globalization  Migrations, Citizenship, Diaspora  Return of Religion  Religious extremism  Debate of good vs. evil  Impact of Technology  Internet  Social media
  27. 27. Maria Hlavajova: Propositions  How do we think critically?  Post-Colonial, Post-Communist, Imagining the World Other  Shifts and tilting balance  Shifts in vocabularies  Decentering Discourses

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