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Artist Talk | Tino Sehgal
On the occasion of his first project in Ireland This Situation, 2007, Sehgal will present a talk about his work. Date to be confirmed. Booking lines are not yet open for this event, further details will be available in the coming weeks.
Talks, Lectures & Events 2013
25 May 2013
||What is Marxism and Critical Theory? at NCH | IMMA + NCAD
A new series in the IMMA What is _? programme focuses on theoretical perspectives, What is Theory? is being developed in collaboration with MA Art in the Contemporary World (NCAD). The first talk is this new series addresses What is Marxims and Critical Theory? presented by Declan Long and Francis Halsall, both Lecturers of MA, Art in the Contemporay World, NCAD. This introduction talk will be followed by a panel discussion to consider the renewed interest in Marxist theory and its manifestations and relevance for contemporary art theory and practice. A screening of Intelligence Squared’s debate Karl Marx was Right will conclude proceedings.
10 May 2013
||Lunchtime Lecture at NCH | Tim Stott
In this talk Tim Stott (Lecturer in Art History and Theory, DIT) discusses how the work of Tino Sehgal constructs art objects from momentary events using little more than communications and the bodies of performers and audience. In doing so, Sehgal’s work seems to ask again Nelson Goodman’s question ‘when is art?’ and presents us with some compelling answers.
02 May 2013
||Panel Discussion at NCH | Situating the WORD
Irish scholars and writers discuss the contemporary idiom of the spoken, performed and scripted word in relation to the literary and oral tradition in Ireland. Speakers include Dr Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes (Professor of Iconology, Ulster University), Dr Marc Caball (UCD School of History and Archives) Colin Murphy (playwright and journalist)and Jennie Guy (artist).
27 Apr 2013
||Talk and Discussion at NCH | What is Participatory and Collaborative Art?
Presenter Brian Hand (artist and Lecturer, Carlow IT) discusses the theory and practice of collaborative art in the context of the exhibitions Tino Sehgal: This Situation 2007and I KnOw YoU. This is followed by a panel discussion with Patrick Fox (Director, Create, Ireland), Tim Stott (Lecturer in Art History and Theory, DIT), Culturstruction (artists, Tara Kennedy and Jo Anne Butler) Jesse Jones (artist) and others.
19 Apr 2013
||Seminar at NCH | The Art Academy and Knowing
A seminar to explore the role of the art academy and its relationship to knowing from a range of perspectives, including philosophy, psychoanalysis and art theory and practice.
This features a keynote presentation by Nikolaus Hirsch. Other speakers include Mick Wilson (Head of Valand Academy, Sweden), Francis Halsall (Lecturer, Co-ordinator, MA -Art in the Contemporary World, NCAD), Sinead Hogan (Lecturer, IADT), Cathy Haynes (Curator and Co-founder, The School of Life, London), Ian Miller (psychologist and psychoanalyst) and others.
18 Apr 2013
||Round Table Discussion with Curators at NCH | I knOw yoU
Exhibition Curators Tobias Rehberger (artist), Nikolaus Hirsch (Director of the Städelschule, Frankfurt) and Rachael Thomas (Head of Exhibitions, IMMA), will discuss the curatorial and conceptual framework which informs the exhibition I knOw yoU. Chair: Sarah Glennie (Director, IMMA).
13 Apr 2013
||Talk at NCH | Introducing Tino Sehgal
Emma Mahony (researcher, independent curator and Lecturer at NCAD) introduces the work of Tino Sehgal and discusses concepts of the post-medium condition, delegated performance, authored participation, and other terms used to describe Sehgals constructed situations.Please note numbers are limited for This Situation, 2007.
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