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PERFORMATIVE THEOLOGY (2024) Network for Performative Theology
The purpose of this exposition is to collect data of what Performative Theology can be and become primarily within an academic research but also beyond. The expo will be a timespace nurtured by members the Network for Performative Theology, established 6 October 2022 in Oslo.
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{kA} : Oblivious to Gravity (2024) Gerriet K. Sharma
Building-Sound Compositions in (half-)public places: Starting from Graz, six vacant buildings in different European cities were researched as aural architectures and understood and experienced as an integral part of building-sound compositions. Techniques and strategies ​​were developed how sound art can react systematically to site-specific architectual conditions or how these environmental acoustic characteristics can become part of a previously non-existent composition.
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The game (2024) Zoe Panagiota (aka Betty) Nigianni
Happening, 2016. Participant's research, including improvised full recorded interview with first generation Albanian immigrants to Greece, images, and thematic text. The research was conducted for the workshop, "Logics of Worlds", inspired by Alain Badiou's work and organised by architect Filippos Oraiopoulos, at Athens School of Fine Art (ASFA), Master of Visual Arts (Marios Spiliopoulos, Giorgios Xiropaides), December 2016. Adopting the political approach of Badiou's "L' Organisation Politique", applying direct intervention for societal problems, including immigration and labour, I used play as a method to facilitate improvised discussions. People share and respond more freely when participating in structured, but playful interactions, such as those a game involves. Albanians speak three languages, Albanian, Greek and Italian, so I wasn't able to translate parts of the conversation. Avlona is an English now obsolete name for Vlore, an Albanian seaport and former ancient Greek colony Aulon. Albanians came as refugees in Greece initially in the 1990s, after the fall of communism in their home country. Notably, the workshop was slightly interrupted by a performance art student, who brought a live hen to slaughter in the studio. This can be taken as a metaphor for scapegoating (and re-assigning the gender of male) refugees. For this exposition, I include an essay by Pantelis Boukalas, in Kyriakos Katzourakis, O "Dromos Pros Ti Dysi" (The Way to the West), 2001, as well as Kyriakos Katzourakis' introduction in English. The exposition also aims to juxtapose the experimental and the conceptual in the fine arts; and to make the 'invisible' visible. I don't have any personal or other connections with Albania; I have never visited. This was a project to research and document in an artistic manner the refugee and immigration crisis in my native Greece, but also to voice my opinions on this topic from the perspective of the native. Albania is a non-EU country; Greece, my native (and my parents' and grandparents' native), has been in the EU since 1981. I have also been a UK national, by naturalisation, since 2011. Paradoxically, the outcome of this project was that "I" (or a a fictitious son/daughter of mine) have been since 2018 on UK police databases as a disabled 19 to 21 year-old transgender Italian/Albanian - maybe married to a Swedish neo-Nazi. My serious concerns about international organised criminal activity, were reported and confirmed by the Greek and Swedish authorities. The Greek Golden Dawn was convicted as a criminal organisation in October 2020. They invented the 'concept' of the 'Real Greek'. Now they're losing their sixty seven (67) appeals.
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JSS Book reviews (2024) Journal of Sonic Studies
JSS Book reviews
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Score: Mechanical Asynchronicity – audio album (2024) Martin Scheuregger, Danica Maier
This exposition is the online, open-access audio album of 'Score: Mechanical Asynchronicity' by Danica Maier and Martin Scheuregger. The album allows you to play full ensemble versions of the project's two pieces, and also mix your own versions of each piece by combining and balancing the individual instruments. It accompanies the publication of a related 40-page book on the project from Beam Editions.
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HANDLE WITH CARE (2024) Athina Eleftheriou
Thesis of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, 2023 BA Textile and Fashion Design The aim of this thesis is to explore how setting up interaction between personal memories and the materiality of ordinary used objects contribute in new perspectives within the fashion context.
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