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Title: Monument as Archive: artistic strategies from anti- to meta-memorial
Authors: Kluszczynski, Ryszard W.
Keywords: Media Art
Media Art Histories
Public Space
Collective Memory
Cyberspace
Grass-Root Memorization
Anti-Monument
Living Memorial
Meta-Monument
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2017
Abstract: In Kluszczynski's talk, he will address the issue of art that challenges colonization of social consciousness and collective memory. He will focus on selected works of Krzysztof Wodiczko, Sanja Iveković, and Masaki Fujihata to discuss different fields of such activity: the public space control and marginalization of the Stranger; the historical policy and its social consequences; the cyberspace and grass-root social memorization. Kluszczynski will discuss deconstruction of the monument as their artistic strategies (anti-monument, living memorial, meta-monument).
Description: Biography: Kluszczynski (PhD, media art scholar, writer and curator) investigates issues of new media arts and cyberculture, contemporary art theory, avant-garde, and recent art practices with the focus on interactions between art, science and technology. His recent book publications: Human Traits. Patrick Tresset and the Art of Creative Machines (2016); Guy Ben-Ary: Nervoplastica. Bio-robotic Art and its Cultural Contexts (2015); Ken Feingold: Figures of Speech (2014); Meat, Metal & Code / Contestable Chimeras: Stelarc (2014); Robotic Art and Culture. Bill Vorn and His Hysterical Machines (2014); Wonderful Life: Laurent Mignonneau + Christa Sommerer (2012); Crude Life. The Tissue Culture & Art Project: Oron Catts + Ionat Zurr (2012); Towards the Third Culture. The Co-Existence of Art, Science and Technology (2011); Interactive Art. From Artwork-Instrument to Interactive Spectacle, 2010. In 1990-2001 Kluszczyński was a Chief Curator of Film, Video and Multimedia Arts in the Centre for Contemporary Art – Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw. In 2010 co-curated with Tsutomu Mizusawa Beyond Mediations, the main exhibition of The Second International Biennale of Contemporary Art in Poznan, Poland. Since 2011 he has held the position of the Artistic Director of Art + Science Meeting Project in the Centre for Contemporary Art in Gdansk. His most recent exhibition there has been Masaki Fujihata’s Augmenting the World (2017).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10002/909
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