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In the Open: Opening Access to Artistic Learning

The Foundation Course in Art and Design: Past, Present and Future: Collective Imagining Symposium to be held virtually as part of FutureLab in Shanghai on Friday 3rd December 2021. The event will be hosted by the current steering committee of INFE (International Foundation Network) and hosted virtually by…

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The Unlearning Organisation: Cultural Devolution and Scotland’s Visual Arts 1967-2017 @ Scottish Society for Art History 2018 Study Day

The Scottish Society for Art History’s Study Day for 2018 is on the theme of Art Organisations and Institutions in Scotland. The event is hosted in association with Fine Art Critical Studies, The Glasgow School of Art, and will take…

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🐲@Neoflagellants : The Middle Ages in the Modern World 🐉

A multidisciplinary conference on medievalism in the post-Middle Ages. MAMO 3 will take place at the University of Manchester between 28 June and 1 July, 2017. SATURDAY 1 JULY MAIN LECTURE THEATRE, SAMUEL ALEXANDER BUILDING, THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, Lime Grove, Manchester M13 9PP…

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Confraternity of Neoflagellants | 48th Annual Conference of the International Visual Literacy Association

http://ivla.org/conference2016/about/ More specifically, in attunement with neo-animist configurations of the ‘non-human turn’, this paper evokes a cosmology in which aesthetics is not limited to the sensual relations between human self and world but instead describes a synesthetic hyper-economy through which…

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„DER FACHIDIOT?” The Paratechnic in the Monotechnic

„DER FACHIDIOT?” : The Paratechnic in the Monotechnic 13:30 Provocation Paper for CHEAD, ‘Agents of Change: Art School & Universities’ http://chead.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/CHEAD-Annual-Conference-2016-programme.pdf   Since the early ’60s, increasingly integrated paratechnical curricula have been (begrudgingly) hosted by monotechnical art and design schools. I outline the…

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Confraternity of Neoflagellants | BABEL Session 3: Hermeneutics 2.0 | Toronto

4th BIENNIAL MEETING OF THE BABEL WORKING GROUP  Centre for Medieval Studies, Lillian Massey Building, 125 Queen’s Park, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada DAY 1: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 SESSIONS // 1:30pm – 3:00pm Session 3. Hermeneutics 2.0 Organizer: Anna Wilson,…

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Shift/Work Unlearning: Participatory Workshops for Contemporary Art Practice

The 4th International Visual Methods Conference, organized by the University of Brighton will take place from 16th September to the 18th September 2015 at the University of Brighton in Brighton, United Kingdom. The conference will cover areas like International Visual…

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Shift/Work: Performative Unlearning

Shift/Work: Performative Unlearning Dan Brown/Neil Mulholland Strand B: The Politics of Performance Alternative Zones: Uncovering the Official and the Unofficial in Fine Art Practice, Research and Education, Paradox Biennial Conference, 9-11th September 2015, Poznan, Poland. “It was immediately apparent to us that unlearning presented a…

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Atelier: Making Research Material Across the Creative Arts & Social Sciences

2/6/15 I gave two short presentations at the ISRF Workshop: Social Science as Communication #Summerhall #Edinburgh http://t.co/yikqyqNS4i on: Atelier: Making Research Material Across the Creative Arts & Social Sciences In recent years, there has been a growing concern with materiality as a field…

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Crafting Values: Art and its Economies | Confraternity of Neoflagellants

January 23, 2015 School of Art, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh (Hunter Lecture Theatre), 10.00 am with Hans Abbing, Evangelos Chrysagis, The Confraternity of Neoflaggelants (Norman James Hogg and Neil Mulholland), Angela McClanahan, Georgios Papadopoulos, Stevphen Shukaitis, Marina…

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