Open Captioned - All Systems Go: A Symposium on Art, Social Systems, and Cultural Action
This daylong symposium will bring together artists, scholars, and cultural leaders—including Alexander Alberro, Andrea Fraser, Deana Haggag, Joan Jonas, Jae Rhim Lee, Tatiana Schlossberg, and Cecilia Vicuña—to investigate critical questions provoked by Hans Haacke’s work. The symposium’s keynote will feature Hans Haacke in conversation with Brian Wallis, currently of the Walther Collection in Neu-Ulm, Germany, and curator of the 1986 New Museum retrospective, “Hans Haacke: Unfinished Business.” The first panel, “’The Consciousness Industry”: Institutions, Ethics, and Economies,” will consider the legacy of Haacke’s institutional critique at a moment of heightened scrutiny around the ethics of funding cultural institutions. The second panel, “What Must Be Done: Ecological Systems and Climate Change,” builds from Haacke’s ability to convey the interconnectedness of humans, our economy, and natural environments to explore what systems aesthetics can teach us in the face of climate crisis. In addition to the keynote conversation and panel discussions, the symposium will include guided tours of “Hans Haacke: All Connected” and free Museum admission.
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Open Captioned - All Systems Go: A Symposium on Art, Social Systems, and Cultural Action
Where?
235 Bowery, New York, NY, USA
When?
Nov
9
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10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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This daylong symposium will bring together artists, scholars, and cultural leaders—including Alexander Alberro, Andrea Fraser, Deana Haggag, Joan Jonas, Jae Rhim Lee, Tatiana Schlossberg, and Cecilia Vicuña—to investigate critical questions provoked by Hans Haacke’s work. The symposium’s keynote will feature Hans Haacke in conversation with Brian Wallis, currently of the Walther Collection in Neu-Ulm, Germany, and curator of the 1986 New Museum retrospective, “Hans Haacke: Unfinished Business.” The first panel, “’The Consciousness Industry”: Institutions, Ethics, and Economies,” will consider the legacy of Haacke’s institutional critique at a moment of heightened scrutiny around the ethics of funding cultural institutions. The second panel, “What Must Be Done: Ecological Systems and Climate Change,” builds from Haacke’s ability to convey the interconnectedness of humans, our economy, and natural environments to explore what systems aesthetics can teach us in the face of climate crisis. In addition to the keynote conversation and panel discussions, the symposium will include guided tours of “Hans Haacke: All Connected” and free Museum admission.
You may purchase tickets through our website for the full day or individual panels. Use coupon code NM10 to receive discounted admission.
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