...To Say‚ I Prefer not to (and Continue Working)

12.–14.08.2017
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San Keller
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Ronny Hardliz
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Miriam Sturzenegger
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Christl Mudrak, Drop Paintings.
Location

Research Pavillion, Venice Biennial

Contributors

David Burrows, Johnny Golding, Julie Harboe, Ronny Hardliz, Michael Hiltbrunner, The experimental architecture group (Rolf Hughes, Rachel Armstrong, Simone Ferracina), San Keller, Petra Köhle & Nicolas Vermot Petit-Outhenin, Christl Mudrak, Miriam Sturzenegger, Camille Dumond

A Work Oriented Staging of Open Access and Collaboration in Artistic Research by SARN in the Research Pavilion in Venice hosted by Uniarts Helsinki.

Detailed documentary can be seen in the Research Catalogue of the Journal of Artistic Research (JAR).

In a theatrical space in Venice, SARN invites colleagues and the public to work on stage during three days and discuss and investigate the notions and practices of work and collaboration in the field of artistic research. Related to the particular architectural typology of the theater and its role as theoretical staging in ancient Greece, we want to reflect work in terms of theatrical and theoretical staging and sharing.

Related to the particular architectural typology of the theater and its role as theoretical staging in ancient Greece, we want to reflect work in terms of theatrical and theoretical staging and sharing. Related to the particular architectural typology of the theater and its role as theoretical staging in ancient Greece, want want to reflect work in terms of theatrical and theoretical staging and sharing.

How can I stage my artistic research as opposed to presenting it in a workshop, in a conference, in a publication... ? How can I stage my artistic research as opposed to performing it? What are the implications of theatricality on artistic research as a theoretical apparatus or device? As opposed to performances of knowledge, can touching be understood as the modality in which a theatrical theory of artistic research takes place? What are the implications?