CADA, No +, 1983

Subversive Practices: Symposium

May 30 + 31, 2009

Languages: English and Spanish
Entrance fees: Single day: 10 / 5 Euro; Single event: 4 / 2 Euro


Saturday, May 30, 2009

1 p.m.
Exhibition tour with the artists and curators

4 p.m.
The Strategy of Anonymity: Some Remarks on Artistic Practices in Peru
Lecture by Juan Javier Salazar (video recording)
Subsequent conversation with Miguel López and Emilio Tarazona
Audio record

5 p.m.
Critical Rereading of So-Called Catalan Conceptualism
Conversation with Valentín Roma, Daniel García Andújar, Antoni Muntadas, Fernando Marzá and Jesús Carrillo
Audio record

6 p.m.
Traces of the Hungarian Exhibition(s) at the CAYC (Center for Art and Communication), Buenos Aires, 1973-74
Lecture by Mercedes Kutasy
Audio record

19:30 Uhr
Marta Minujin, Gabor Altorjay

Sunday, May 31, 2009

1 p.m.
Around 1970 Art Was a Prison
Lecture by Horacio Zabala
Audio record

2 p.m.
Artistic Strategies in the GDR, 1970–1990
Lutz Dammbeck: Presentation of the First Leipzig Automn Salon, 1984
Online presentation
Audio record
Norbert Meissner: Presentation of the Cannel X 
Audio record

3:30 p.m.
Moscow Conceptual Art Online
Lecture Sergey Letov
Audio record

4:30 p.m.
Subversive Art as Viewed in Eastern European Romania
Lecture by Ion Grigorescu
Audio record

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