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Viral/Sustainable: digital and environmental art today - Shared screen with speaker view
Monika Stepanik
01:08:49
If anyone wants to take a guess at what types of objects/items were shipped in for The Normal, feel free to pop it into the chat and we can get you in contact with Talbot Rice Gallery and Tessa so you can snag yourself a tote bag!
Kelly Kivland
01:25:18
https://mayamnesia.diaart.org/
Monika Stepanik
01:27:17
Amazing thank you for the link Kelly!
Alina Grehl (she/her)
01:38:36
For the quiz question: I’m guessing it’s the objects from Balkin’s archive, blackboards, light boxes and the pigment/ enzymes of Benera and Estefan’s work
Tessa Giblin
01:40:58
Nice try Alina! You’re quite right about the enzyme drawings of Benera & Estefan, but the blackboards and light boxes we made completely in Edinburgh. The objects from Balkin’s Archive are being collected here in Edinburgh - but true, they will have to be shopped back to LA next year. So now it’s 5 things!
Ting Yu
01:52:08
Thank you for all the amazing presentations! My question is for Tessa, I am curious about what are your plans for the reproduced artworks at The Normal exhibition? Will they belong to the artists or the galleries? Thank you!
Alina Grehl (she/her)
01:55:30
Thank you for organising this event and all the interesting and thought-provoking presentations! I was wondering Lala if you could elaborate a bit more on your idea of ‘the void’ that you are currently working on?
Ting Yu
01:56:28
Thank you Tessa!
Michael Steinberg
01:58:42
I also want to congratulate all the speakers for the combination of important comments and beautiful work. My question is to Kelly Kivland but to everyone as well, and that is the relation of the political of the EVENT to the ongoing political questions such as the anthropogene. The event I have in mind is the avalanche of BLM as combined with the Palestinian question. The work you show, about breathing, etc. engages the event directly. How does this affect the sustainability of the work itself?
Michael Steinberg
01:59:05
politics of the event
Norbert Hajas
02:07:14
Great presentations, thank you, great food for thought!My question comes from a curatorial point of enquiry and revolves around curatorial devices that would supplement the criticality of the works that both Tessa and Kelly have presented, which are indeed much needed in confronting the contemporary predicament on so many levels. How do the curators here see the possibility to potentiate subjective change in the viewer that would later lead to a more socially/environmentally/politically engaged subject, which treats things with the seriousness that the criticality of the presented art implies?(sorry I might have been reading too much Ranciere lately!)
Chia-Ling Yang
02:14:51
Thanks to Constance, Monica and Ezra for organising the event. Thanks to the speakers for the great talks!
Najwa Diyana Sulaiman
02:15:16
Thank you everyone. Also thank you Richard for asking helpful question to the other participant. It is really helpful for my research.
Norbert Hajas
02:15:30
Thanks everyone!
Alina Grehl (she/her)
02:15:34
Thank you so much, bye!
Patricia Allmer
02:15:35
Thank you!!
Michael Steinberg
02:15:40
wonderful program!!
Ting Yu
02:15:41
Thank you all!