Within today’s “crisis of education”, driven by privatization, many artists, curators and art institutions attempt to reinvent the relations between art and research outside of the academic world, and to experiment, often in a collaborative manner, alternative models of knowledge production and exchange. Composing Differences brings together artists, curators, researchers and others from Europe and the United States, who are establishing new platforms to experiment with art and knowledge production, which defend the circulation of knowledge and the immaterial value of art as a too
An interview about Occupy Museums to be published in What’s Next? edited by Johannes M. Hedinger + Torsten Meyer Book will be presented in Zurich Dec 2, 2013 “What’s next ? Art after the crisis “is a reader, and the 177 essays and interviews , as well as over 150 theses , manifestos Quotes from a total of 304 authors gathered about the possible neighbor in art. Discussed are the changes in the conditions of production, distribution and reception of art today in a global context , the
Friday November 1 from 6:30 to 7 I was interviewed by Claire Lebowitz and friends on the Occupy Wall Street show on WBAI http://www.wbai.org/
NOAH FISCHER IN CONVERSATION WITH JOANNA WARSZA AND FLORIAN MALZACHERfrom the website of the 7th Berlin Biennialhttp://www.berlinbiennale.de/blog/en/projects/occupy-a-museum-near-you-20371
Edythe Wright, adjunct professor of sculpture interviews of the following alumni for their thoughts on the Rhode Island School of Design Scultpture program, and asks for advice to current students>Video interview here
By Ravenna Koenig for Columbia Spectator
Link to video here: interview is at 1:35.
Catherine Spaeth: I am interested in both of your practices in the context of Third Mind. There is Ann Hamilton’s commissioned piece, but the show really stops at 1989. So I’m interested in how the practices and ideas that are coursing through this exhibition relate to your work, as Buddhist artists who are practicing now. What I notice right away in both of your practices is an interest in meaning that I don’t think the artists in Third Mind engage with in quite the same way.