Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson – Sýningar og verkefni

3 June – 3 September, 2017, The South – An art of asking and listening
First Chapter: Your country does not exist
Second Chapter: Asking the south
Third Chapter: From Xiao-yao-yu to the aesthetics of scale
Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts (KMFA), Taiwan
Curated by Manray Hsu

9 June – 16 July, 2017, CODEX
Opening 8 June at 19:00
Kunstraum D21, Leipzig
Participating artists: Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson, Aslı Çavuşoğlu
Stefan Endewardt, Laura Horelli, Helen Knowles, Amalia Pica,
Maruša Sagadin, Carey Young
Curated by Lena Brüggemann, Lena von Geyso, and Elisabeth Pichler
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14, 15 June, Future Climates – Workshop/Conversation on sustainability of artistic activity
Future Climates is hosted by State of Concept
Founders iLiana Fokianaki and Antonia Alampi

19 August – 23 September, 2017, The future of borders
1st Autostrada Biennale, Prizren, Kosovo
Curated by Manray Hsu

Kunstraum D21, Demmeringstraße 21, 04177 Leipzig
Vernissage: June 8, 19h
Exhibition: June 9 – July 16, 2017
Curated by Lena Brüggemann, Lena von Geyso, and Elisabeth Pichler

Opening Performance: June 8, 19h, „A Vochel wo red“ by Michael Barthel and Anna Schimkat
Opening Hours: Friday – Sunday, 15–19h
Curatorial Tours: June 11 and July 16, 15h
Workshop with Elli Kuruş, July 15, 15–17h (registration required!)
Screening: June 26, 2017, 19h, Laura Horelli: „Jokinen“ (Finland 2016, 45’), Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst, Raum 2.41 in co-operation with Expanded Cinema/Clemens von Wedemeyer / afterwards discussion in presence of the artist and filmmaker

Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson (ES/IS/NL/DE):
Aslı Çavuşoğlu (TR):
Stefan Endewardt (DE):
Laura Horelli (FI/DE):
Helen Knowles (GB):
Amalia Pica (AR/GB):
Maruša Sagadin (AT/SI):
Carey Young (UK/US):

What’s the difference between a speed limit sign and a speed bump?

How is law established and manifested in language, signs and objects?
How do we relate – and what relates us – to its forms of manifestation, materialization and institutionalization?

The superposition of virtual and physical spaces, progressive economic and  political interdependencies and globalization require the reconsidering  of traditional forms of legitimation and jurisdictions. What does it  mean if the legal subject is replaced by quasi-objects, algorithms and new technological developments? What impact does this have on our  understanding of action and legal capacity?
Questioning the materiality, stability and language of law and its treaties, Codex brings together international artists whose works address the  performativity and formalization of law and legal claims. The accompanying workshop by Elli Kuruş sheds light on alternative forms of legal validity on the basis of blockchain technologies.

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