The Synaesthesia of Law - Princeton University, conference
29 Sept - Oct 1, 2016.
An international conference bringing together the geographically- and disciplinary-dispersed community of established and new voices in critical (legal) studies — scholars, artists and activists– to exchange and collaborate in the development of a new critical discourse, as well as to build stronger links between the study of law and other fields (including political theory, history, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, economic theory, literature, linguistics, gender studies, critical race theory, performativity studies, and media theory).
Speakers include Eyal Weizman, Patricia J. Williams, Peter Goodrich, Mariam Ghani, Chitra Ganesh, Carey Young
Event will be livestreamed. Event link here
The Revolution will not be Gray - Aspen Art Museum
July 1 - Oct 13 2016
The Revolution Will Not Be Gray presents a selection of works that look both backward and forward at the shifting terrain of revolution, protest, and gestures of refusal. Examining the impetus to observe the world in strictly black-and-white terms, the exhibition reveals an intricate set of histories, politics, and identities, reminding us of the inherent power in the human voice. Featuring work by Andrea Bowers, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Claire Fontaine, Sharon Hayes, Iman Issa, Tony Lewis, Glenn Ligon, Carlos Motta, Pedro Reyes, Adam Pendleton, and Carey Young. Exhibition info and images here.
Welcome to the Museum - a telephone work by Carey Young - live until 18 March 2016
Welcome to the Museum is a telephone-based work by Carey Young which can be accessed from any phone by calling the number above. Referring to the telephone answering systems used by most large organisations, Young has created an answering system for a semi-fictional and absurd museum whose labyrinth of departments can be explored by callers. Departments include the ‘office of pardons’, the ‘death of painting revival team' or the ‘curator of curating’. By speaking with agents, callers can also speak with the museum counsellor, apply for an internship or pledge a gift to the museum. The piece extends Young’s interest in performativity, corporate rhetoric and in the relations between telephonic and architectural space.
To access the work, please call 00 49 (0)761 201 2592 between the hours of 10 am – 17.00 pm (German time), Mon - Fri, until 18 March 2016. Please note, this version of the work is in German.
Part of the exhibition During the Exhibition the Museum will be Closed, Museum für Neue Kunst Freiburg, to 18 March 2016. Group show with Joseph Beuys, Ahmet Ögüt, Catherine Ryan & Amy Spiers, Richard Schindler, Mounira Al Solh, Mladen Stilinović and Carey Young. Realized with the support of badenIT.
Exhibition info and flyer here.
Plague of Diagrams, ICA, London
Symposium: 22 Aug, 2015
Plague of Diagrams is an exhibition and a programme of performances, talks and discussions concerning the relationships between diagrammatic practices and thought in different disciplines. In particular, the event explores the function and use of diagrams in art as expanded diagrammatic practice beyond the graphic presentation of information.
Rachel Cattle & Jenna Collins, Neil Chapman & Gillian Wylde, Ami Clarke, Andrew Conio, John Cussans, David Burrows, Benedict Drew, English Heretic, Nikolaus Gansterer, Joey Holder, Dean Kenning, Christoph Lueder, Stine Llungdalh, Adelheid Mers, Sharon Morris, Mike Nelson, David Osbaldeston, Plastique Fantastique, Patricia Reed, John Russell, Erica Scourti, Andy Sharp, Kamini Vellodi, Martin Westwood and Carey Young.
Grand Opening Reception, Neuer Aaachener Kunstverein
19 JULY - 13 SEPT 2015
Artists: Renaud Jerez, Kaspar Müller, Cooper Jacoby, George Rippon, Peter Friedl, Christian von Borries, Dena Yago, Julien Ceccaldi, Stewart Uoo, Carey Young
Grand Opening Reception is a project by *Lennart Wolff and Elisa R. Linn at Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, questioning the role of artistic positions in contemporary institutional marketing and the eventisation of cultural production in the form of local identity creation.
The project is conceived in collaboration with Kuwaiti architect and artist **Aziz Al Qatami, who was commissioned to create the exhibition design.
*The project km temporaer was initiated by curators Elisa R. Linn and Lennart Wolff and investigates the potential of thematic group exhibitions through ever changing formats. Every exhibition is developed in collaboration with a third party (curator, artist, journalist, poet, architect etc.) and at different locations, taking the specific conditions of each site into consideration.
**Aziz Al Qatami is an architect and artist, who lives in Kuwait City. He is the founder of the architecture firm Atelier Aziz Al Qatami, and also a member of the artist collective GCC.
Listening, curated by Sam Belinfante
11 APRIL - 30 MAY 2015
Hayward Touring Curatorial Open at Site Gallery and Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery
Listening brings a group of international artists together to interrogate the act of listening in contemporary art. This pioneering exhibition examines the crossover between the visual and the sonic and their complex relationships to the senses.
Sam Belinfante has selected new and existing work, including drawings, sculpture, prints and video, and works in the exhibition range dramatically in duration from less than a second to six hours. Visitors can hear a clap of thunder that has been stretched in duration and aurally dissected, recreated by musicians and morphed back into a thunderclap; eavesdrop on a cabin in a forest and listen to the almost inaudible sound of a dying star.
Artists include: Laurie Anderson, Ed Atkins, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, Mikhail Karikis, Ragnar Kjartansson, Lina Lapelyte, Christian Marclay, Haroon Mirza, Max Neuhaus, Katie Paterson, Amalia Pica, Laure Prouvost, Hannah Rickards, Prem Sahib, Anri Sala, Imogen Stidworthy and Carey Young.
Public preview: Friday 10 April 2015, 6 – 9pm
Listening Conference: Saturday 25 April 2015, 11am – 4pm
Centre Pompidou: Un Nouveau festival: Playground
15 April 2015 - 20 July 2015, from 11h00 to 21h00
Studio 13/16, Piazza, Cinéma 1, Forum, Forum -1, Galerie sud, Grande salle, Espace 315, Petite salle - Centre Pompidou, Paris. Includes a screening of 'Everything You've Heard is Wrong', Carey Young, 1999.