Razvan Ion on Tue, 27 Jun 2006 20:22:16 +0200 (CEST)
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<nettime-ann> BUCHAREST BIENNALE/CAA/THE BRUNCH
Tuesday, June 27, 12.00 a.m.
CAA, Bucharest, Str. General Budisteanu 19 (in the courtyard of Faculty of Art).
“The Brunch” at CAA (Center for Art Analyze/Contemporary Art Archive).
Debates moderated by Lia & Dan Perjovschi.
A democratic choice of the topic will be performed to conclude the last day of BB2.
WHAT IS “THE BRUNCH”
"The Brunch" is an ongoing project realized by CAA and PAVILION magazine after an idea by Lia Perjovschi.
“The Brunch” is a platform of debates and analyzes of the Romanian and international art scene and the social-political context.
These events will explore on a theoretical level the role of art, discussing the possible social and political missions of artistic practice.
We would like to encourage communication, consultation - perhaps collaboration - alongside facilitating the reciprocation of knowledge and understanding between the artists and theoreticians involved.
Lia Perjovschi's CAA (Contemporary Art Archive/Centre for Art Analysis) is a project active under different names and in different shapes since 1988. CAA was a voice activated installation, a place for debate and criticism; it served as a point for local and international artists and curators to meet and exchange opinions and transformed itself and its mission according to the changes in the political and cultural context.
PAVILION is an art and culture magazine that name alludes to the relative temporary structure of the contemporary art. The magazine is presenting wide-ranging, multi-disciplinary content in each issue through the varied formats of regular column, essays, interviews, and artist projects. PAVILION does not only want to describe contemporary phenomenon but with its militant attitude it tries to directly intervene in cultural, political and social life. Editors and founders are Razvan Ion & Eugen Radescu
PAVILION is the producer of BUCHAREST BIENNALE and PAVILION lecture series.
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