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Global Academy II Day 1

Examples of transcultural exchange
11 August 2018 / 11 am–7 pm

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Conference in Salzburg, 11–12 August 2018

Concept
Hildegund Amanshauser
Kimberly Bradley

Registration deadline: 3 August 2018
office@summeracademy.at

For the past several years, the Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts has been leading the Global Academy project – which focuses on questions of learning and teaching art in a global context.

This year’s Global Academy II presentations reveal new models of transcultural artistic exchange, delving into the above questions and the many ways they can be answered or at least readdressed. They focus on the key notions of “translation” and “negotiation”, and speculate on how art and artistic practice can maintain or gain broader relevance under current economic, geopolitical, and even technological conditions.

Programm Day 2 here.
Programme

Saturday 11 August 2018

11 am
Welcome and introduction
Hildegund Amanshauser, Kimberly Bradley

11.30 am–12.45 pm
Keynote lecture
Shuddhabrata Sengupta
The pursuit of the planetary

2–4 pm
Negotiation: which models allow new modes of transcultural artistic exchange?
Presentations and panel
Marina Fokidis, writer, editor, curator, South magazine, Kunsthalle Athena
Charles Esche, director Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven (NL)
Alexander Koch, gallerist/New Patrons, Europe
Clémentine Deliss, curator, researcher, publisher
Renzo Martens, artist
Panel discussion available here.

4.30–6.30 pm
Beyond the binary: what (could) come(s) after north/south, colonial/postcolonial, Eurocentric/“global”?
Presentations and panel
Bouchra Khalili, artist
Will Calderón Furtado, deputy editor of Contemporary And
Natasha Ginwala, curator, researcher and writer
Paul Feigelfeld, curator, researcher and writer

6.30–7 pm
Pecha Kucha presentations (Video here!)