17 and 18 March 2006: On a cure in times divest of poetry/
On poetry in incurable times
Conference and workshops
Conference with John Beverley, Antonella Corsani, Marcelo Expósito,
Brian Holmes, kpD, Maurizio Lazzarato, Suely Rolnik
Workshops with Suely Rolnik, Marcelo Expósito, Antonella Corsani, Brian
Holmes and others.
Conference: March 17 and 18 at 4 pm.
Workshops: March 14-17, mornings and afternoons
Friday, March 17th. Relational subjectivities. Moderated by Suely Rolnik
4 pm: Flexible subjectivity, relational objects. The legacy of
Lygia Clark. Suely Rolnik, Psychoanalyst and professor at the
Pontificia Universidade Católica de Sao Paolo
6 pm: The subaltern as interruption.
John Beverley, professor of Spanish and Latin American Literature, and
Cultural Studies, at the University of Pittsburgh.
7:30 pm: break
8 pm: Transformations of subjectivity in cognitive capitalism.
Maurizio Lazzarato, Sociologist and philosopher.
Saturday, March 18th. Antagonistic relations. Collaborative practices and diffuse creativity. Moderated by Marcelo Expósito
4 pm: From representation to relation. The rejection of representation in collective creation.
Marcelo Expósito, Artist, and co-editor of Brumaria
(http://www.brumaria.net) and member of the editing staff of Transversal
4:30 pm: The artistic device. Brian Holmes, art critic, essayist and translator.
6 pm: Break
6:30 pm: Production of knowledge and new forms of political action. The
experience of les intermittents in France. Antonella Corsani, Economist, and editor of the magazine/Multitudes/
8 pm: Screening of /Kamera läuft! /(video, 2004, 32 minutes).
Presented by the kpD group: Marion von Osten, Isabell Lorey, Brigitta
Kuster, and Katja Reichard.
9:30 pm Final discussion
Registration and information available starting on February 20 at the
MACBA reception desk during normal museum hours, or by e-mailing
firstname.lastname@example.org, Enrollment is free
On a cure in times divest of poetry. March 14-17, 10 am- 1 pm
Presented by Suely Rolnik.
On poetry in incurable times. March 14-16,6-9 pm
With the participation of Marcelo Expósito, Brian Holmes and Antonella
Corsani, among others.
Limited seats. Enrollment is free. To reserve, contact: email@example.com