EXHIBITIONS

 

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The Grand Domestic Revolution Goes On – Milan at Careof
Grand Domestic Revolution is a multi-faceted long term ‘living research’ project initiated by Casco - Office for Art, Design and Theory that calls for an interrogation of the domestic sphere as to imagine new forms of living and working in common.

Curated by Martina Angelotti and Silvia Simoncelli, in collaboration with Yolande van der Heide, based on the initial curatorial work by Binna Choi and Maiko Tanaka in partnership with Casco - Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht
5th March – 10th May 2015

http://www.careof.org


How To Live Together: A Blackboard

A new permanently-structured artwork at Church Street Library – produced by artist Christian Nyampeta and The Showroom in collaboration with a wide range of local groups and residents through a series of art and design workshops.
http://theshowroom.org/



How We Behave

A project by Grant Watson, inspired by an interview of the same name with Michel Foucault published in Vanity Fair in 1983, in which Foucault asked - why can’t life be ‘the material for a work of art?’
Saturday 10 January – Saturday 17 January 2015
Opening reception Friday 9 January, 6pm - 8pm
Nottingham Contemporary
http://www.nottinghamcontemporary.org/



How To Live Together: Prototypes

A project by Christian Nyampeta consisting of an exhibition, various offerings and gatherings around a living room, and a magazine launch.
July – August 2014
The Showroom, London
http://www.theshowroom.org



How To Live Together: Radius

A project by Christian Nyampeta consisting of an exhibition, various offerings and gatherings around a radio station, and a record launch.
03 April – 31 May 2014
See You In The Hague,

Stroom Den Haag
http://www.stroom.nl



Use In Itself
Public activities and a reading group that explore the notion of use in relation to practicing a form of life against rule/law.
Museum of Arte Útil
30 – 31 March 2014, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
http://www.vanabbemuseum.nl/



Keywords Investigations
Videos by participants to Adrian Rifkin's Investigations course, held at Iniva in April – May 2013
In collaboration with Rebecca Bligh
28 Feb – 11 May 2014
Tate Liverpool
http://www.tate.org.uk/about/press–office/press–releases/keywords



Hop Art #1
Beer Launch
Fri 6 Dec 2013, 20:00–23:00 hrs
Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory
http://www.cascoprojects.org

 

 

Practice International – Stockholm Assembly
Is it possible to imagine other models of working internationally that break with the narrative of mobility, circulation and productivity linked to economic or diplomatic imperatives?
Considered here are artistic practices that produce autonomous structures emerging from a particular place or discourse, whilst establishing international constellations, that can be variously politically motivated, or based on subjective choice, or poetics or friendship.

14–15 Nov 2013

http://www.practiceinternational.org



The Grand Domestic Revolution GOES ON – LJUBLJANA
Storefront, Breg 22 and Azil Bookshop, Novi Trg 2, Ljubljana
Opening Friday 4 October, 19.00hrs
04 Oct – 21 Oct 2013
http://www.cascoprojects.org/gdr/



How To Live Together: The Storefront
A project by Christian Nyampeta consisting of an exhibition, various offerings and gatherings, and a publication.
21 Sept – 9 Nov 2013
http://www.cascoprojects.org/



The Grand Domestic Revolution GOES ON: Derry~Londonderry

26 Jan – 23 March 2013

CCA Derry~Londonderry

http://cca–derry–londonderry.org/


Sites for Unlearning

A project by Annette Krauss, organised as test-site in the form of a para-educational department directed towards the significance of ‘unlearning’ at 1st Tbilisi Triennial
http://blogs.akbild.ac.at/phdinpractice/staff-and-participants/participants/annette-krauss/


Visual Cultures Forum No. 5: How to Live Together

Fifth Public forum from the Department for Visual Cultures on the theme of 'how to live together'.

The question "How to live together?" implies a consensus, but what exactly do we mean by this consensus? The 5th Visual Cultures Public Forum will explore this topic not only in relation to our Western context, but also with regards to the extreme situation that followed the genocide that took place in Rwanda in 1994: victims and killers cohabiting together for the last 18 years. A philosopher, a writer, and an artist will present their views on this topic, drawing inspiration from the writings of both Roland Barthes and Jacques Derrida.

IGLT, Whitehead Building, Goldsmiths, London

3 May 2012, 17:00 - 20:00

http://www.gold.ac.uk/calendar/?id=5210


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

Meaningful Gestures: Noah Angell
Lecture-Performance and Listening Sessions Hosted and delivered by Noah Angell
The Green Parrot
Carrer d’en Bot, 21 1º, Barcelona
2nd May & 5th May 2015
www.thegreenparrot.org



De-Scription: Some Modes on Self-Writing
Seminars in closed session
Wedensday 24 - 25 Aprl 2015

Dutch Art Institute, Arnhem, The Netherlands
http://dutchartinstitute.eu/



Anachoresis, or,
How To Become What Are
Public Lecture
Wedensday 25th February 2015
Dutch Art Institute, Arnhem, The Netherlands
http://dutchartinstitute.eu/


How We Behave
A project by Grant Watson, inspired by an interview of the same name with Michel Foucault published in Vanity Fair in 1983, in which Foucault asked – why can’t life be ‘the material for a work of art?’
Saturday 10 January – Saturday 17 January 2015
Friday 28 November 2014, 9pm - 10.30pm
http://performancedays.ificantdance.org/

 

 

How To Become Who We Already Are
Knowledge Exchange Lecture
Thursday 20th November, 4pm-5pm, RHB 343
Goldsmiths, University of London
https://commonsensecollective.wordpress.com/

 


Park Chan–kyong , In Conversation
Artist and film-maker Chan–kyong Park in conversation with artist Christian Nyampeta
12 November, 6.30–7.30pm
Korean Cultural Centre
http://www.iniva.org/

 


Glenn Ligon's Reading Groups
The reading group takes place on Wednesdays 22 October & 19 November and has been programmed alongside Glenn Ligon’s exhibition Call and Response.
Camden Arts Centre
Wednesdays 22 October & 19 November
7.00 – 8.30pm
http://www.camdenartscentre.org/



Control Magazine 19 Issue Nineteen
Tuesday 9 September 6:30–8:30pm
Kate MacGarry, 27 Old Nichol Street, London, E2 7HR
http://www.katemacgarry.com/news/?page=5



Communal Knowledge: is this working?
A public discussion around the Showroom’s Communal Knowledge programme looking specifically at the forms of working that are necessary for collaborative and community practice, and how this is sustained, valued and evaluated. On the panel will be Marissa Begonia (domestic worker and coordinator of Justice 4 Domestic Workers), Amal Khalaf (Projects Curator, Serpentine Gallery), Christian Nyampeta (artist) and Louise Shelley (Collaborative Projects Curator, The Showroom).

Monday 21 July 6.30–8.30pm
http://www.theshowroom.org

 


Models, Manners and Prayers
A procession by Aimée Zito Lema & Christian Nyampeta and many friends, on the occasion of the opening of New Habits
01 May 2014, 5pm
Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht, The Netherlands
http://cascoprojects.org/new–habits


 

Radius
A project by Christian Nyampeta, consisting of weekly radio programmes alongside the Downtime, an sonic installation by London-based artist Tom Richards
4 April – 25 May 2013
In the context of See You In The Hague
Stroom Den Haag
http://www.christiannyampeta.com/radius

 



Manoeuvres

Monthly conversations with artists returning from their travels. The artists gather to present their recent findings, ongoing activities and forthcoming events.
Initiated by Christian Nyampeta.
The attendance is free, on reservation only.
5 Feb 2014, 6.30pm, with Emma Wolukau–Wanambwa
Open School East, London
http://www.openschooleast.org



Contours of Resilience

The Rwandan philosopher Sylvestre Nzahabwanayo will present a lecture on one of the burning questions of political philosophy: How are regimes founded? What brings them into being and sustains them over time?
The Showroom, London
12 Dec 2013, 19:00 – 20:30
http://www.theshowroom.org



How Can We Leave Our Beloved Ones With Such Joy?

Gathering, screening and conversation with Aimée Zito Lema
With Zito Lema's Otros Lugares/Other Places and Nyampeta's Anachoresis, we would like to feel out and discuss artistic urges to make such works. The following conversation considers these works in relation to both the physical and "historical" distance from the context of events, how distant events speak to us, and how the solitary works remediate modes of working – and living – together.
Friday 1 Nov 2013, 19:00–22:00

http://www.cascoprojects.org/



Investigations: Tagore

With Adrian Rifkin & Rebecca Bligh

Iniva, Rivington Place, London

03 Oct – 07 Nov 2013, Exhibition goes on till 23 Nov 2013

http://www.iniva.org/



Maurits Script

Conversation with Wendelien van Oldenborgh
Following the screening of van Oldenborgh's Maurits Script (2006)
13 Sept 2013, 17:00 – 19:00

http://www.cascoprojects.org/



Gestures and Embodiments
6 Sept 2013, 7pm – 22pm
Goleb Project Space, Amsterdam
http://www.projectgoleb.worpress.com

               

Gasworks at Mansion, Beirut

June – August 2015

 

 

 

What Do We Have In Common?
Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto

http://www.cittadellarte.it/calendarunidee/



Iaspis, Stockholm
May – July 2014
http://www.konstnarsnamnden.se/

 

 

Raw Material Company, Dakar
September – December 2014
http://www.rawmaterialcompany.org/

 

 

Artist At Work
Casco – Office for Art, Design & Theory
February – December 2013
http://cascoprojects.org/christian-nyampeta-0

 


Goleb Project Space, Amsterdam

February – May 2013

http://www.projectgoleb.worpress.com




PUBLICATIONS


How We Behave
A project by Grant Watson, inspired by an interview of the same name with Michel Foucault published in Vanity Fair in 1983, in which Foucault asked - why can’t life be ‘the material for a work of art?’
http://performancedays.ificantdance.org/



The Grand Domestic Revolution Handbook
http://www.theshowroom.org/

 


Publishing Class IV: Community in Print

AYNA #1 - A project by Aziza Harmel
http://cascoprojects.org/bookshop/ayna-1-publishing-class-iv-community-in-print


Control Magazine Issue Nineteen
http://www.katemacgarry.com/news/?page=5



Publishing Class III: How To Live Together
Dutch Art Institute
19 Oct 2013

http://www.dutchartinstitute.eu



Invisible Spaces of Parenthood:
A Collection of Pragmatic Propositions for a Better Future

A project by Andrea Francke

http://www.clusternetwork.eu/view.php?id=30


 

                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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