Juli 2015
16.07.2015 -
08.08.2015
Ausstellung
Zwei Sätze à zwölf Wiederholungen
Hannah Gieseler, Esther Kempf
 
30.07.2015
Artist Talk
High on a Rock: Work presentation
Erica van Loon
 

August 2015
07.08.2015
Finissage
Zwei Sätze à zwölf Wiederholungen
Hannah Gieseler, Esther Kempf
 
14.08.2015 -
21.08.2015
Ausstellung / Buchvernissage / Sound Performance
accumulations
Andrea Brunner, Andreas Glauser, Julia Kälin, Silvan Kälin
 
27.08.2015
Ausstellung
Hu.M.C.C.
Maya YogHurt

Maja Smrekar
 
29.08.2015
Workshop
Hu.M.C.C.
Maya YogHurt
Open workshop

Maja Smrekar
 
30.08.2015
Workshop
Hu.M.C.C.
Maya YogHurt
Open workshop

Maja Smrekar
 

September 2015
04.09.2015 -
25.09.2015
Ausstellung
Fabric Cycle - (un)earthed
Sarah Burger
 
09.09.2015
Buchvernissage
Veranstaltung zu b_books
Book Launch von Torpor (Chris Kraus)

Karolin Meunier
 
30.09.2015
Home of the Brave: Archeology of the Moving Image
Video Stories: Eine Oral History von Heinz Nigg
über unabhängiges Videoschaffen in den 80er-Jahren.

Heinz Nigg
 

Oktober 2015
07.10.2015 -
14.11.2015
Ausstellung
Shipwreck Study Notes
What Rises From the Depths Cannot Help But Break the Surface

Graeme Thomson & Silvia Maglioni
 

15.05.2012
20,00 Uhr

 

Lecture-Performance
Criticism of Measure: God and the Naked Woman
Benoît Maire
 


Aesthetics of Differends, section 1, detail, photo credit: MNAM-Centre Pompidou


Since 2008 Benoît Maire has started writing a manual of aesthetics where images, objects and writing take form to bring forth some of contemporary aesthetics’ main issues. Starting from the differend (insurmountable conflict) between saying and seeing, Benoît Maire works in an in-between where art and philosophy merge into a practical use where forms spread out and surpass one another. Neither philosophy, nor art, the Aesthetics of Differends looks to corrupt classical formats by the experimental use of theory. This reading in Zurich will be based on the relationship between liberalism, nudity, pleasure and language to propose a criticism of measure: the work and thoughts of Manet, Masacio, God, Perry Anderson, Catherine Malabou, Jean-François Lyotard, Bruno Bostells and Judith Butler will notably be at stake.

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