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Event: Beyond the Crisis. For the Practice of the Commons

BEYOND THE CRISIS. FOR THE PRACTICE OF THE COMMONS

54th International Art Exhibition –
la Biennale di Venezia

S.a.L.E-Docks and Institut Ramon Llull
Catalonia and Balearic Islands
Magazzino del Sale N.2
Dorsoduro 265, Venice

9 June–30 October 2011

Project website
http://www.saledocks.org
Venezia.llull.cat
Info:
saledocks@gmail.com

S.a.L.E.-Docks in partnership with the Institut Ramon Llull is organizing a round of meetings parallel to 180º the personal exhibition of Mabel Palacín.

From June to October, the meetings will focus on issues such as: the Commons, piracy, metropolitan conflicts, China and the Euro-Mediterranean Zone and the status of the image today.

This is a transdisciplinary program where artists, historians, architects, sociologists, philosophers, curators and economists will be invited to discuss.

These are the first two sessions planned on June 2011.

In collaboration with Centro Studi Alternativa Comune.

Mabel Palacín: 180º
The Catalonia and Balearic Islands project for the 54th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia presents a solo project by the artist Mabel Palacín that has been specifically conceived for the occasion in the city of Venice.

The 180º project alludes to the so-called 180º rule in film that establishes the relationship between the position of the camera and that of the viewer. Mabel Palacín refers to this principle to show that the relationship between the viewer and the image has been altered in the contemporary world by its multiplication and democratic use.

June 10
3pm
The Commons. A new Paradigm Beyond the Private and the Public.
– Joan Fontcuberta
– Christian Marazzi
– Ugo Mattei
– Francesco Raparelli
– Raquel Xalabarder

June 25–26 (timetable to be confirmed)
The practice of the Commonwealth in the metropolis of the crisis
Gentrification, Colonialisms, Conflicts, Arts and Architectures.
– Decholonizing Architecture (Eyal Weizman, Alessandro Petti, Sandi Hilal)
– Josephine Berry Slater
– Anthony Iles
– Martí Peran
*All the participants to be confirmed, please check the website

Free admission.
Info: saledocks@gmail.com
Language: Italian–English

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Exhibition: The End of Money

Witte de With
Center for Contemporary Art
Witte de Withstraat 50
3012 BR Rotterdam
The Netherlands
http://www.wdw.nl

Witte de With is pleased to present two events in May: The opening of the group exhibition The End of Money and the first two lectures in the series To Tell The Truth.

THE END OF MONEY
Group exhibition
22 May–7 August 2011

Opening
Saturday 21 May 2011 (6 to 9 pm)
Performance by Goldin+Senneby at 7 pm

Film Screening
Sunday 26 June 2011 (12 to 6 pm)

The End of Money is a group exhibition about time and value. Bringing together works by a host of international artists, this exhibition reflects upon the fears, hopes, and expectations associated with the end of money and its ominous consequence: the dissolution of an absolute standard of value.

What limits does the economy impose on our collective imagination, and how is the collective imagination responsible for the current economy? The End of Money focuses on the multiple relationships that could and those that should exist between culture and economy. Informing this curatorial project is the utopian notion that, in a world without money—a world where money has been factored out of the collective memory, other suppressed forms of value may emerge, leading to another social bond and a different relationship to time.

The works included in The End of Money range from reflections on the arbitrary ways in which value is ascribed to things to explorations of the absolute loss of representative value. Some of the featured works highlight time, which is a persistent corollary of money in our efficiency-obsessed culture.

Artists
Alexander Apostol; Pierre Bismuth; Peter Fischli & David Weiss; Zachary Formwalt; Goldin+Senneby; Hadley+Maxwell; Toril Johannessen; Vishal Jugdeo; Agnieszka Kurant; Matts Leiderstam; Maha Maamoun; Christodoulos Panayiotou; Lili Reynaud-Dewar; Tomas Saraceno; Tonel; Vangelis Vlahos; and Lawrence Weiner.

Curated by
Juan A. Gaitán; assisted by Amira Gad.

Publication
To accompany the exhibition, a digital publication will be made available for free download via http://www.wdw.nl in July 2011 and will feature texts by: Dessislava Dimova, Donatien Grau, Dieter Roelstraete, and Carolina Sanin.

Tours
• Every Wednesday and Sunday, 3 pm: tours for individuals in English or Dutch. Free excluding exhibition entry price. No reservation necessary.
• Tours are available for groups of 10 to 15 people. reservations@wdw.nl

Education
Witte de With Education offers ‘art confrontations,’ interactive tours for schools and universities. reservations@wdw.nl

Supported by
OCA, Pro Helvetia: Swiss Arts Council, Cypriot Ministry of Education & Culture. With thanks to the Fonds BKVB.

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