MACP faculty at large Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy to present lecture at the Architectural Association

A School, Formerly? Series: New Canonical Histories Date: Thursday 25 April 2019 Time: 18:30 Venue: AA Lecture Hall Architectural Association (AA) School of Architecture 36 Bedford Square London WC1B 3ES Since the twentieth century, a number of contemporary art institutions have repurposed former school buildings for their exhibition spaces. A case in point is Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam. Founded in 1990, Witte de With is housed in a nineteenth century building originally designed—and used for over a century—as a public school. At the relocation of the school, however, the art center didn’t fully cease the building’s intended design-goals of being a site of

The Kitchen presents ANOHNI: LOVE, co-curated by MACP faculty member Tim Griffin

THE KITCHEN 512 West 19th Street New York, NY 10011 Opening Reception: April 3, 6–8pm April 3–May 11 Gallery hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 11–6pm From The Kitchen presents an expansive new project from ANOHNI, beginning with LOVE, an exhibition of new works in painting and drawing, photography, sculpture, and archival video revolving in part around the figure of Antony and The Johnsons' late member Julia Yasuda; as well as an ambitious new theater piece, The Johnsons Present LOVE, building on the work of The Johnsons and Blacklips Performance Cult, two performance groups that ANOHNI founded in the 1990s. As in the exhibition, these performances will be composed of new work

e-flux journal and Harun Farocki Institute present: “Art After Culture: Navigation Beyond Vision” at

From Co-organized by the Harun Farocki Institut (HaFI) and e-flux journal in cooperation with Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW), “Navigation Beyond Vision” asks: How do navigational paradigms in virtual and offline environments increasingly inform the politics of the image? If navigation puts ontological pressure on the static frame of a photographic or cinematic image, then how are our concepts of political action, visual literacy and collective intervention also pressured to surpass or perform model worlds? How does the operative and performative character of immersion in computational environments—navigating with and within images—impact the function and the status of the visua

Washington Post article on "Eternal Employment" project quotes MACP faculty member/Eternal

From "An experimental Swedish art project will pay you to do nothing for the rest of your life." "Imagine: For the rest of your life, you are assigned no tasks at work. You can watch movies, read books, work on creative projects or just sleep. In fact, the only thing that you have to do is clock in and out every day. Since the position is permanent, you’ll never need to worry about getting another job again." "Titled “Eternal Employment,” the project is both a social experiment and a serious political statement. In early 2017, Public Art Agency Sweden and the Swedish Transport Administration announced an international competition for artists interested in contributing to

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