From Multidirectional Memory to Multidirectional Moments (MDM) explores the “promises” of noncompetitive and transversally connected “multidirectional memory” in memorial practices.
> Beyond Competitive Memory: MDM Call For Proposals due March 26
Triennials Out of Time is a series of short essays and interviews featuring artistic directors and curators of cyclical exhibitions including Counterpublic 2023, documenta fifteen, and more to be announced.
In this first Triennials Out of Time conversation, Counterpublic 2023 Artistic and Executive Director James McAnally speaks with farid rakun of ruangrupa, Artistic Directors of documenta fifteen.
Do you remember when we said we were going to s l o w d o w n ? When we imagined that we would take this opportunity to |stop| ? To reimagine the art world, and our role in it? Did you? Did we?
We are pleased to announce a call for proposals for From Multidirectional Memory to Multidirectional Moments (MDM), a new long-term inquiry exploring the “promises” of noncompetitive and transversally connected “multidirectional memory” in memorial practices.
To attend to transversal change is to attend to transformational methods – to ways of relating that are not accounted for by the current order.
Etherpad, a free and open-source collaborative live text editor, combines the minimal comfort of plain-text writing with the collective experience of writing with others.
Claire Louise Staunton reflects on her involvement with Giant Step, a multi-year program organized by Vessel from 2011 to 2012 that aimed to develop the concept of an “ideal” institution.
Constant’s recent worksession, Techno-Cul-de-Sac, proposed a collective encounter with Brussels via an investigation of zoning, infrastructure, and technology, bringing together artists, architects, and urban researchers.
Within the context of Vessel’s Radio Materiality project, iTuneZ was imagined as a direct gesture to point out an extra-legal space to listen to what migrants play for comfort.
Tirdad Zolghadr reflects on his experience attending Vessel’s 2015 International Curatorial Workshop (ICW) in Bari, Italy.
Vessel is a nomadic curatorial organization and agency invested in supporting artistic and curatorial practices that are situated, responsive, and research-led.
Building on our recent Conversations on Sound and Power, we are pleased to announce “Sound, Power and Culture,” a winter study group organized Josh Rios in January 2023.
We are pleased to announce the launch of “From Multidirectional Memory to Multidirectional Moments,” a new long term inquiry organized with the department of Artistic Strategies at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. A launch event “Loops, Multiplication & Remembrance,” will take place on November 16th.
Sandra de la Loza’s research-based practice investigates the under layers of our present landscape to open portals and envision future worlds through collective memory and political imagination.
We are pleased to announce Parsa Sanjana Sajid’s contribution to MARCH 01, “Dhaka Art Summit: Cultural Capital and the Long Tail of Colonial Time,” has been included in Perennial Biennial’s newest publication Local Perspectives on a Global Format.
Values & Practices is a collectively sourced and living set of agreements. This inaugural iteration invites those of us who gather through the Center for Liberatory Practice & Poetry to ground ourselves in our visions for autonomous and liberated communities.
Given that protests are multivalent and culturally specific, we ask: What were the political and, more importantly, the sentimental objectives of performances staged by subjects-in-revolt in Colombia and Palestine in spring 2021?
Arguably, presence is a quality of (music) performance that reveals aspects of representation that are not obvious in sound alone. The burgeoning philosophy of somaesthetics proposes that our bodies are an indispensable “tool of tools” and so by enhancing our bodily perceptions we may improve our quality of life.
A long-running thread through the manifold work of Constant is an interest in collaborating with machines on installations, worksessions, and publications.
Alex E. Chávez’s anthropological and autoethnographic practices address the relation between sound, power, and culture, especially in terms of how Latinx diasporic sonic traditions and experiments move through histories of migration.