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PhDArts presents the symposium PUBLISHING AS PERFORMANCE

KABK Event

Symposium Publishing as Performance 25 April 2014 9:00 - 18:00 in the Auditorium of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. With amogst others: Eva Weinmayr, Simon Morris & Sarah van Lamsweerde.

PhDArts Symposium PUBLISHING AS PERFORMANCE

FRIDAY 25 APRIL 2014

With

Eva Weinmayr / AND The Piracy Project

Simon Morris / Information as Material

Sarah van Lamsweerde, Performance ’80 Words’

 

Location: Royal Academy of Art (KABK)

Time: 9.30 – 18.00

Organisers and moderators: Delphine Bedel and k.g. Guttman / PhDArts

phdarts.eu

 

PhdArts, international doctorate programme in art and design through Leiden University Academy of Creative and Performing Arts and the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague, hosts Publishing as Performance, the day-long symposium critically focused on the role of artist/authors engaged in new forms of publishing practices.

Publishing as Performance conceptualizes the act of publishing as the global act of making a text public. It centres on the question how dissemination is creatively conceived of through acts of appropriation, reframing, performance and circulation.

The symposium will take up the works of artists/ authors engaged in tactics of disrupting and re-interpreting existing modes of dissemination through the spectrum of institutional, commercial and autonomous practices. How can the artist/author develop new forms and means of distribution in order to generate new meanings?

Special guests include Eva Weinmayr, co-founder of AND Publishing and The Piracy Project, Simon Morris, co-founder of Information as Material, and Sarah van Lamsweerde, who will perform her celebrated piece 80 Words (Het Veem production). Publishing as Performance is an interdisciplinary forum for considering the dissemination of the text.

80 Words by Sarah van Lamsweerde

Imagine being in a room that looks like an undeveloped photograph – a dark lab, where your senses are heavily deprived. An isolated researcher guides you through a slide show. You are introduced to her singular subject: ‘A’. Words and gestures are stripped to the bone; your imagination is gently encouraged to combine phantom phrases with after-images and leaving you no choice but to make highly subjective conclusions.

‘80 Words’ is a project about what happens to a language when there are only 80 words to speak it. Are words still a reliable currency, now that “freedom of speech” suffers from heavy inflation? What happens to the imagination when communication is reduced to the minimum? Can (self)censorship be a good thing?

Address
Royal Academy of Art (KABK)
Prinsessegracht 4
2514 AN The Hague

 

 

Programme

9.30 – 12.30

Eva Weinmayr / The Piracy Project

Room bb 105 KABK. Reservation mandatory.

 

14.00 – 16.30

Simon Morris / Information as Material

Room bb 105 KABK. Reservation mandatory.

 

16.45 Doors open

17.00 Performance

’80 Words’ by Sarah van Lamsweerde

Auditorium KABK. Entrance free and open to all.

 

Reservation / Press Information

PhDArts

info@phdarts.eu

Entrance to the performance of Sarah van Lamsweerde is free and open to all. NB. Participation to the lecture and workshops of Eva Weinmayr and Simon Morris is reserved for the PhDarts candidates. Limited seats for 10 guests are available and reservation is mandatory before the 18th of April. Send an email to info@phdarts.eu.

More information about the speakers can be found here, http://phdarts.eu/Index.

The performance ’80 Words’ by Sarah van Lamsweerde is co-produced by Het Veem Theater.

 Image: Sarah van Lamsweerde ’80 Words’

Photographer: JP van Popta



 
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