Relay Conversation: In the thick of things (part 1&2)

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    Abstract

    The Reading Room is an event series dedicated to creating a community-oriented, public platform for encounters with contemporary ideas on art and society. At its core, the Reading Room series revolves around the reading of texts provided by invited guests – cultural theorists, philosophers and curators – who join our diverse community in an open discussion while providing insight, context and perspective on the topics at hand.

    The series stems from a belief that keeping a close connection to historical and emerging theories on art and culture is invaluable to artists. Especially in the 21st century, where theory, practice and social engagement in the arts seem to merge ever more seamlessly. The Reading Room is made possible with support from Stroom Den Haag and the Dutch Creative Industries Fund.

    As discussions in The Reading Room are so ephemeral, yet such a rich source of ideas and understandings, we have looked for potential formats to capture traces of what happens in the thick of things. This interview is part of that process, one of a series in 2017 that we call ‘Relay Conversations’. These interviews, conducted as a reflective round-table discussion between the curators and guests, is not only an effort to archive the highlights of the event, but also an opportunity to shed light on the texts discussed for those who were unable to attend the session in person.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2017
    Event“Relay Conversation”, The Reading Room #21&22: In the thick of things (part 1&2) - Stroom, Den Haag, Netherlands
    Duration: 22 Oct 201712 Nov 2017

    Conference

    Conference“Relay Conversation”, The Reading Room #21&22
    Country/TerritoryNetherlands
    CityDen Haag
    Period22/10/1712/11/17

    Keywords

    • improv
    • aesthetics

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