Oktober 2017
13.10.2017 -
29.10.2017
2017 / 201710 / Ausstellung
Martina-Sofie Wildberger
I WANT TO SAY SOMETHING

Tobias Bienz, Denise Hasler, Martina-Sofie Wildberger
 
26.10.2017 -
29.10.2017
2017 / 201710 / Ausstellung
Corner College at Kunst 17 Zürich (Zurich Art Fair)
Donatella Bernardi
 
27.10.2017 -
29.10.2017
2017 / 201710 / Symposium
trans-local Sympodium
What’s Wrong with Performance Art?

Camille Aleña, Madeleine Amsler, Donatella Bernardi, Linda Cassens Stoian, Delphine Chapuis Schmitz, Voin de Voin, Mo Diener, Heike Fiedler, Gilles Furtwängler, Lia García, San Keller, Elise Lammer, Milenko Lazic, Valerian Maly, Federica Martini, Angela Marzullo, Lou Masduraud, Muda Mathis, Irene Müller, Sibylle Omlin, Denis Pernet, Guillaume Pilet, Nathalie Rebholz, Chris Regn, Dorothea Rust, Andrea Saemann, Pascal Schwaighofer, Dorothea Schürch, Bernadett Settele, Dimitrina Sevova, Axelle Stiefel, Kamen Stoyanov, Katharina Swoboda
 

Tuesday, 22.11.2011
20:00h

 

Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 

The Café Society (Part I of II)


Lines


During this first of two, back-to-back, Theory Tuesdays sessions, The Café Society will present their four most recent projects: "trails", "collecthing", "SchplitZing" and "Lines". After their presentation, they will open up a discussion around these four applications. At the end of the session a reader will be handed out, to be read over the following week. The reader includes text excerpts from writings that inspired the four projects. It will be possible to respond to the reader in "Lines" before the second session scheduled on November 29th. Both sessions will be held in English.



The Café Society (Lukas Zimmer & Anthon Astrom) work on the topic of on-screen reading/writing. They create frameworks – rule sets – based on how reading, writing and organization of textual information could work differently. As our daily reading habits change, so must our writing habits and the way we communicate, and ultimately the way we think. Authoring is becoming curating, and the expression of the in-between gains importance over content.


More information can be found at
http://thecafesociety.org/pages/

> The Cafe Society Reader

Posted by Philip Matesic