alcramer [Alfredo Cramerotti]

La curatela in tre mosse. Answer Time, II (Italian only)

Posted in shortEssays/cortiSaggi [English/Italian] by alcramer on December 30, 2012

di Alfredo Cramerotti

domenica, 30 dicembre  2012
artribune.com

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La curatela in tre mosse. Answer Time, I (Italian only)

Posted in shortEssays/cortiSaggi [English/Italian] by alcramer on November 15, 2012

di Alfredo Cramerotti

giovedì, 1 novembre 2012
artribune.com

La curatela in tre mosse [Italian only]

Posted in shortEssays/cortiSaggi [English/Italian] by alcramer on July 19, 2012

di Alfredo Cramerotti

http://www.artribune.com

17 luglio 2012

 

La curatela in tre mosse.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ai Weiwei documenta 12

E’ iniziato sullo scorso numero di Artribune Magazine un “convegno a puntate”. Per discutere dell’attività curatoriale odierna e futura, e della sua trasformazione. Un confronto coordinato da Alfredo Cramerotti, che apre le danze con tre parole-chiave. Nelle prossime tappe transiteranno in questa inchiesta interventi di curatori, editori, artisti, educatori: Blanca de la Torre, Cathy Haynes, Christine Eyene, Cristiana Tejo, Fay Nicolson, Kari Conte, Reloading Images, Saskia van der Kroef… Ognuno con la propria tripletta di spunti. Obiettivo: facilitare e sviluppare forme di cittadinanza attiva.

Continua qui: La curatela in tre mosse.

Manifesta Coffee Break 2009

Posted in nEws and rEleases by alcramer on December 12, 2009

Manifesta Coffee Break is a recurring public meeting, serving as an active tool to discuss the concept of Manifesta within a larger critical context. The fifth Coffee Break takes place on 12 and 13 December 2009 in Murcia, Spain, in preparation for Manifesta 8, and in direct relation to the context of the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, which will take place in 2010. Titled Towards Manifesta 8, this Manifesta Coffee Break brings together both local and international artists, curators, theorists, writers and other art professionals to reflect on Manifesta’s logic in direct relation to Murcia-Cartagena and its links with northern Africa. It is open for all who are interested, and consists of sessions by the three curatorial teams of Manifesta 8 together with invited speakers and guests.

Chamber of Public Secrets (CPS)
“Unfaithful Relations: Art, Engagement and Audience within the Biennial Model”
December 12, 10.00-13.30

with contributions by: Sara Black, Alfredo Cramerotti, Christine Eyene, Rian Lozano, Fay Nicolson and Khaled Ramadan

Through presentations and work groups at the Manifesta Coffee Break, CPS will start a dialogue about the role and involvement of the audience in the region of Murcia: visitors, artists, students and media presence. How can the local art scene, cultural producers and activists make a sustainable use of a biennial, in terms of time, space and continuity? What possibilities are there for audience development? And how to avoid or respond to the common skepticism of the local (art) scene towards a biennial which can be viewed as welcome/unwelcome or invited/invasive? The presentations by Sara Black (Great Britain) and Christine Eyene (France/Cameroon) do not attempt to answer these questions, but discuss potential approaches towards audience inclusion.

Alexandria Contemporary Arts Forum (ACAF)
“The Aesthetic Compass: Human Geography and its Reverberations in Art”
December 12, 16.00-19.30
with contributions by: Jeremy Beaudry, Sherif El Azma, Bassam El Baroni, Nida Ghouse and Yaiza Hernández Velázquez

tranzit.org
“Post-Communist as well as Post-Colonial”
December 13, 10.00-13.30

with contributions by: Zbyněk Baladrán, Erick Beltrán, Vít Havránek, Dóra Hegyi, Richard Kostelanetz, Boris
Ondreička and Georg Schöllhammer

For a video excerpt of MCB:

http://www.manifesta8.blip.tv/

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