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SYNAPSE Workshop 2015 | June 30 – July 4, 2015

No One River Flows 無河不流, 有河必流

08.12.2013 | Blog | AUTHOR: 12272014_02

“No man (sic.) ever steps in the same river twice…” Heraclitus 6th Century BC The preceding quote is something that was reputedly said by the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus, though everything we know about him is from second-hand accounts. If…

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Stories and Situations: The Moderation(s) Conference

01.10.2013 | Blog | AUTHOR: Stories-and-Situations-tyopgraphic-image

Presented at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art on October 5, 2013 http://www.wdw.nl/event/stories-and-situations/ How do minor histories and non-heroic gestures transpire over time and across geographies? Can language transform and influence our understanding and perception of (works of) art? And how…

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Available Now! Scapegoat EXCESS issue at NY Art Book Fair

21.09.2013 | Blog | AUTHOR: Screen Shot 2013-09-21 at 12.02.13 PM

SCAPEGOAT Architecture | Landscape | Political Economy 05 — Summer/Fall 2013 EXCESS — issue editor Etienne Turpin We are pleased to announce the release of SCAPEGOAT’s EXCESS issue at the New York Art Book Fair, 19-22 September, 2013. With over 60 contributors, including Synapse 2013…

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KAO Chung-Li 高重黎// Ah-Q

21.09.2013 | Blog | AUTHOR: 01

KAO Chung-Li 高重黎 KAO started working with photography and experimenting filmmaking (Super 8 mm). Though he had no official training in these areas, he made a name for himself in the circles of photography and experimental short films in Taiwan…

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“Global Spanning and Measures of the Undecidable” Lecture-presentation by Natasha Ginwala and Vivian Ziherl

20.09.2013 | Synapse Collaborations | AUTHOR: LANDINGS BARBER SHOP

  “Global Spanning and Measures of the Undecidable” Lecture-presentation by Natasha Ginwala and Vivian Ziherl 19th September, thursday 19h The Barber Shop  “Landings (Natasha Ginwala and Vivian Ziherl) will present a lecture-screening in which a series of figures are held apart-together exploring…

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“What Happens When Bodies Come Together ? Or, how i learned to dance that summer”

20.09.2013 | Synapse Collaborations | AUTHOR: pancosmic

“What Happens When Bodies Come Together ?  Or, how i learned to dance that summer” Presentation by Ashkan Sepahvand, at The Barber Shop, 19 June 19h “This is a presentation about transformation. When bodies come together, energies and attention are…

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From Radiance And Dissolution

20.09.2013 | Synapse Collaborations | AUTHOR: MA_web1-1

an exhibition with Aids-3D, Max Eastley, Diogo Evangelista, Tamara Henderson, Eduardo Kac, Alex Kwartler, Kareem Lotfy, Chris Martin, Georg von Welling, James Whitney, Adolf Wölfli curated by Margarida Mendes Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler Karl–Liebknecht–Str. 29, 4th Floor, 10178 Berlin opening 5/7/13, 7-9pm “Within…

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EX LIBRIS

20.09.2013 | Synapse Collaborations | AUTHOR: 1040302_10151733457705799_1650714496_o

A curatorial-editorial experiment by Anna-Sophie Springer The imaginary is not formed in opposition to reality as its denial or compensation; it grows among signs, from book to book, in the interstice of repetitions and commentaries; it is born and takes shape…

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Virulent Still Life _ Landscape and the Photographic Archive as Technologies of Empire and Counter-Practice

20.09.2013 | Synapse Collaborations | AUTHOR: Screen Shot 2013-07-06 at 3.14.57 AM

  A lecture by Jill Casid with a screening and discussion of the film I Am Micro (2012) by Shai Heredia & Shumona Goel Curated and moderated by Natasha Ginwala and Vivian Ziherl (Landings). Wednesday 10 July, 16.30-18.30. Taking imagery of colonial…

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SYNAPSE 2013 – DAY 3

25.04.2013 | Blog | AUTHOR: R&Sie, "Hybrid Muscle" (2003) in “Boys from Mars,” by Philippe Parreno (2003). © 2010 Philippe Parreno

The third day of the Synapse conference began with a stimulating talk by Natalie Jeremijenko. Jeremijenko is an artist and scientist, based in New York, whose work focuses on, among tohers – in her words – “In the tradition of institutional critique……

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