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Joanna Warsza deltar i Creative Time Summit i Stockholm

14 - 15 november kl.10 - 18.30
Kulturhuset
Stockholm

Section 3: Activating Public Space


Nu flyttar Creative Time Summit för första gången ut från New York, genom ett samarbete med Statens konstråd. Konstnärer, curatorer, aktivister, teoretiker och författare från hela världen diskuterar tillsammans med publiken frågor i gränslandet mellan konst och samhällsutveckling.

Moderator:
Magdalena Malm
Public art today seeks not only to adorn, but to move beyond aesthetics and activate civic engagement. Speakers in this section work with alternative modes of art production to redefine the role of culture in urban landscapes. Through their talks, they will tease out the ways in which underlying structures effect the possibilities of artistic production, how collaborations with state institutions change in moments of conflict, the fields in which a private foundation can act, and what role can a Kunsthalle plays in the development of local culture and politics beyond its own walls.
•    Nina Möntmann
•    Joanna Warsza
•    Maria Lind, Tensta Konsthall
•    Botkyrka Konsthall
•    Konsthall C
•    Marabouparken
•    Roberta Uno, Ford Foundation


Joanna Warsza
Curator
Berlin, Germany and Warsaw, Poland
Joanna Warsza works in the public realm, using her curatorial projects to examine social and political agendas, such as the invisibility of the Vietnamese community in Warsaw, the phenomenon of Israeli Youth Delegations to Poland, or the legacy of post-Soviet architecture in the Caucasus. Warsza graduated from the Warsaw Theatre Academy and founded the Laura Palmer Foundation in 2007, a platform for independent projects in the field of art, performance, architecture and theory. She was associate curator of the 7th Berlin Biennale (2012) and the Georgian Pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennale. Warsza most recently curated the Public Program for Manifesta 10 in St. Petersburg (2014), introducing politically charged interventions into existing “public” space, that attempted to engage with the Soviet legacy while taking an open stance against the current social-political position of Putin’s Russia.

Läs mer:
http://www.statenskonstrad.se/summit
http://www.statenskonstrad.se/summit/ct-program
http://creativetime.org/summit/speakers/

Foto: Paz Guevara

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