DONDERDAG AVOND OPEN - Events Positions #2 and Who owns the street?

DONDERDAG AVOND OPEN
Self and Others: cover design by Germano Facetti
Installation view Who Owns The Street? 2016. Photo Peter Cox
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DONDERDAG AVOND OPEN Events Positions #2 and Who owns the street?

17/03/2016
18:00 - 21:00

Live collage + Lecture

NOW IS FOREVER LASTING CONSTANT IN THE MIND
Positions #2 event
Studio
18.00 -21.00 hrs
Tickets: museum entrance is your ticket, but don't forget to register online!

Pádraic E. Moore has programmed Now is forever lasting constant in the mind: a collage of screenings readings and recitals performed live for one night only in response to Sarah Pierce’s exhibition for Positions #2.

With: Alexis Blake (US), Bill Brand (USA), Christophe Clarijs (BE), Navine G. Khan-Dossos (UK), Emily Kocken (NL), Susan Hiller (US), Marco Pasi (IT), and Ian Whittlesea (UK).

Invited by the artist Sarah Pierce to develop a live event, curator, writer and art historian Pádraic E. Moore has programmed Now is forever lasting constant in the mind, a collage of screenings readings and recitals performed live for one night only. This stimulating event brings together diverse contributions from 8 international artists.  

FROM LAS VEGAS STRIP TOT BOULEVARD
Lecture #2 in series of lectures Who owns the street?
By Stefan Al
19.00 - 20.30 hrs
Auditorium
Tickets: Entry fee is €5. Passepartout €25. Order your tickets here

Fifty years after the Strip was heralded as the epitome of suburbization in Learning From Las Vegas, with buildings hiding behind neon signs and parking lots, it has become a place with landscaped sidewalks and active storefronts, a reflection of America’s urban renaissance. 

This lecture tells the story of how Las Vegas developers surfed waves of social, cultural and economic change to build casinos so compelling they actually convinced vacationers to the Mojave Desert. From exploiting Disneyland to the atom bomb to sexual revolution to “green” building, the Strip mirrored America as a whole. (In English)

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