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Call for participation AND contributions:


Artist-researchers working with space are welcome to contribute to our new Archive of Shared Perceptual Spaces,
an online presentation of expanded approaches to spatial practices within the field of artistic research.


Examples from all fields are invited, focusing on specific aspects, processes, approaches or methods; ways of working, constellations of activities or framing patterns, particular projects or lines of enquiry-in-practice.


Deadline for submissions: November 8, 2021.  



 Please fill in the (Google-)questionnaire:LINK


 




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Now, after a year of lockdowns and Corona reflections, the awareness of space seems to have affected all kinds of systems, including academic discourses and art, to subordinate their targets under a new paradigm within a wide range of empirical, deductive, discursive, historical, scientific and intuitive methods.

 

However, even basic spatial descriptions, terms like “close”, “closed”, “narrow”, “high”, “low”, “far”, or “open” have drastically changed their meanings due to daily experiences with mediated campuses and online-conferences, online exhibitions and concerts as streamed events, and computer camera views of private homes.

Thus, it is still unclear what this means for cultural practice in terms of perception, composition, aesthetics, engineering and culture.

 

 

 

CAN WE AGREE ON WHAT SPACE IS?


Concepts, definitions and interpretations of space and of spatiality are essentially how we construct the world and by extent, how we create means to intervene into that world with our day-to-day practices.

‘Space’ thus accumulates plural constructs, poetic artifices that we collectively produce and reproduce through time, within our cultures, our sciences, our arts. Through the dimension of time, these are the spaces that serve as vehicles for adaptation and transformation, from the scale of the individual to that of collective societies and of the environment at large.