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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Roberto Cabot studied painting and architecture at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where he had an intense relationship and intellectual exchange with the French philosopher Felix Guattari. In the early 1990’s he starts exploring the Internet for artistic purposes. He participated to the historical exhibition NetCondition in 1999 at the ZKM ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Roberto Cabot studied painting and architecture at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where he had an intense relationship and intellectual exchange with the French philosopher Felix Guattari. In the early 1990’s he starts exploring the Internet for artistic purposes. He participated to the historical exhibition NetCondition in 1999 at the ZKM ...…
 
Liam Gillick. That is right, the man whose imagination can take him anywhere. A transparent master of the question of Modernity? Cat lover? Designer/author/theorist/artist/architect? The son Donald Judd never wanted? Enigma cloaked in riddle? Relational Aesthetic celebrity? All these things and more... We at Bad at Sports try and get to the bot ...…
 
This week Duncan sneaks into The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to interview Mary Jane Jacob, Professor and Executive Director of Exhibitions. Mary Jane Jacob's name is synonymous with the phrase "art as social practice" or the field of art that is now more widely known as "Relational Aesthetics." Jacob was at the center of the nineties ...…
 
Nicolas Bourriaud describes a 'new type of form … a wandering, rather than a fixed space-time', which is mirrored by the current emphasis on online content for museums and galleries. Miltos Manetas, founder of the online art movement Neen, discusses the possibility and place for non-static, non-spatial art with Sam Thorne, online editor of Frieze.…
 
Nicolas Bourriaud describes a 'new type of form…a wandering, rather than a fixed space-time', mirrored by the current emphasis on online content for museums and galleries. Miltos Manetas discusses the possibility and place for non-static, non-spatial artBy Tate.
 
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Art Monthly Talk Show
 
Matt Hale in conversation with Peter Suchin and Colin Perry discussing Nicolas Bourriaud‘s exhibition ‘Tate Triennial: Altermodern’ and A Brief History of Curating by Hans Ulrich Obrist.By Art Monthly.
 
Continuing the ongoing debate around the Altermodern theory, a group of invited guests, previous Prologue contributors and exhibiting artists will discuss the themes and ideas that surround the fourth Tate Triennial. Lead by Nicolas Bourriaud, the panel will include Tom Morton, JJ Charlesworth, Matt Darbyshire TJ Demos and Bob and Roberta Smith.…
 
Stemming from his recent travels in the Congo Belgian artist Carsten Höller presents a slide lecture in conversation with Gulbenkian Curator of Contemporary Art, Nicolas Bourriaud.By Tate.
 
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