KnowledgeLab9:Art - Technology, Authorship, Ways of Living and Art Market
5th - 7th October, 2007
Institute for Advanced Studies, Lancaster University, North West England.
We welcome you to attend the Knowledgelab9:Art, a weekend gathering for collaborative and creative reflection. If you are unable to attend the whole weekend or are particularly interested in a single presentation then please come along to individual events.
For further information on locations, attendance conditions, details on participators, please refer to the wiki:
we are updating it regularly.
This knowledge lab will address art and ways of critically thinking about our world. Within this broad region of enquiry, the lab will encompass notions of life and art as a political commitment, the influence art can exert in politics and how political ideas in turn influence art. It will also address new ways of making art and how this relates to technologies and social changes, and the use of art as an anti-capitalist means to change and fight the system.
Like previous knowledge labs the day will be divided into four streams.
TECHNOLOGY In this stream the discussion will centre around free software, DIY, art spaces and interfaces.
WAYS OF LIVING This stream concerns process, moment, Artivism and performance.
AUTHORSHIP This stream will consider copy rights, ownership, patenting, and appropriation.
THE ART MARKET The fourth stream is intended to raise issues concerning(new ways of) curating, spaces (physical and virtual) to show art, and ways of making money: Marketing, the means of production, market forces and anti-market forces, the art market, and art and ethics.
SCHEDULE FOR THE EVENT [for the times of each talk/workshop/forum visit the wiki]
Welcome at Institute for Advanced Studies, Lancaster University.
Evening of videos show (check wiki for info abut the venue)
Performance Work For Free (workshop) / Beatriz Albuquerque/Campos Baptista
Some reasons to visit Lukacs (paper) / Brendan Byrne
Guerrilla Installation (paper and workshop) / Miss Information
New Models of Curtaing?: Possibility of non-curating in the network society (Paper and discussion) / Magdalena Tyzlik-Carver
How much autonomy do you need? ( Workshop) / David Goldenberg
Free Software and art - similarities and differences ( Workshop) / Stefan Merten/Oekonux
Collective Ownership: In History and Today ( Forum) / Nina Moehler and Martin Pederson
Saturday night music and video performances at the Gregson Center in Lancaster.
It is an escapist world but one can not make the escape (Workshop) / Jacqueline Forzelius
A Pedagogical Turn: A Discussion on Education as Art ( Paper) / Colourschool, Kristina
Collective discussion: What has come out of the klab?
COST OF ATTENDING
Unwaged persons: free Unfunded students/low-paid persons: donation Funded students/Lancaster university staff: 20 Academics/waged persons: 65
This contribution is for the whole weekend and includes lunches on Saturday and Sunday: food will be vegan and predominantly organic.
The contribution also includes shared accommodation on the floor of the very spacious and friendly Quakers' Meeting House, it is free, but please bring sleeping bag and mat. Get in touch if you have any special requirements, and again, please let us know in advance if you're bringing a child.
There is also a nominal fee of 5 for the Saturday night event at the [Gregson Centre] in Lancaster.
For information about accommodation alternatives please visit the wiki https://www.knowledgelab.org.uk/Attending_the_event
For further information email email@example.com or call 07974 630442 or 07841 378264
We hope to see you there,
Amy and Ana