cultural_capital to be presented at INFECTED SEMINAR in University of Plymouth
Kate Southworth and Patrick Simons (aka Glorious Ninth) have been invited to present their recent network art project cultural_capital at INFECTED SEMINAR organised by curators and researchers Joasia Krysa and Geoff Cox at University of Plymouth.
16.30-18.30, Thursday 28 May 2009
RL206/207, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth CREATING INSECURITY pre-launch, 18.00pm.
presentations by Heath Bunting and carlos katastrofsky, with glorious ninth, discussing art, sport, viruses and curating.
Artists Heath Bunting and carlos katastrofsky will discuss new projects they are developing as part of a short residency with Art & Social Technologies Research, University of Plymouth. Their work results from a open call from KURATOR and LX 2.0, called INFECTED, to make new work to infect the 2012 Olympics.
The commissions are part of the ANTI-BODIES contemporary art programme which is co-ordinated by Relational with support from Arts Council England and has been granted the London 2012 Inspire mark as part of the Cultural Olympiad.
glorious ninth (Kate Southworth and Patrick Simons) who will also talk about their project Cultural Capital.
A response to the projects and discussion will be initiated by curators from KURATOR, LX 2.0 and Relational.
After the discussion, there will be a pre-launch of CREATING INSECURITY, the fourth volume in the DATA browser book series published by Autonomedia (that includes contributions from some of the presenters).
Snacks will be served, produced by artist Lau Thiam Kok, made during KURATOR's custodianship of sourdough starter, as part of glorious ninth's Cultural Capital project.
Residency and seminar organised by Art & Social Technologies Research, KURATOR and LX 2.0 // Lisboa 20 Arte Contemporanea.