Recent Submissions

  • [Academy Lectures 2015.09.17] 

    Franceschini, Amy (Video, 2015-09-17)
    Amy Franceschini will show a selection of work done under the umbrella of Futurefarmers, an international art collective as a means to ground the modes and methods they use. She will introduce Flatbread Society, a constellation ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.11.25] 

    Terpsma, Nienke; Hamelijnck, Rob (Video, 2015-11-25)
    Artists, Anarchists and Watchmakers —a research into early anarchist publishing As a basis for our presentation we will take a number of video fragments of our ‘road trip’ along original copies and facsimiles of one ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.10.07] 

    Smythe Johnson, Nicole (Video, 2015-10-07)
    In a recent essay, provocatively titled The Non-Existence of Norway, Slavoj Zizek wrote of the latest migrant crisis: “The greatest hypocrites are those who call for open borders. They know very well this will never happen: ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.10.28] 

    Margreiter, Dorit (Video, 2015-10-28)
    “For Dorit Margreiter, debate about the preservation of late-modernist architecture provides the occasion for probing larger issues shaping our contemporary socio-cultural context: the legacy of the Modernist Movement; the ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.11.04] 

    Keefer, Angie (Video, 2015-11-04)
    The first stable photograph exists but isn’t visible. Originally commissioned by Witte de With in Rotterdam and recently re-presented as a talk ‘on voice’ at Artists Space in New York, Angie Keefer’s lecture, “The View ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.01.21]  

    Stevenson, Michael (Video, 2015-01-21)
    In every machine there is a ghost. Objects have secrets. Physics, economics and other theories of revolution investigate the hidden mysteries of the material world. José (Chuchú) de Jesús Martínez (1929-91) knew all of ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.02.11]  

    Buden, Boris (Video, 2015-02-11)
    History never repeats, but sometimes a comparison of two events, separated by decades, discloses remarkable similarities: the falling apart of a society along cultural divides, mobilization of the past in current struggles, ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.05.13] 

    Wirth, Jason (Video, 2015-05-13)
    Thinkers like Slavoj Žižek, Tim Morton, and many others have heralded the end of our ideological constructions of nature, charging that popular “ecology” or the “natural” is just the latest opiate of the masses. Attempting ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.04.08] 

    Villesen, Gitte (Video, 2015-04-08)
    Gitte Villesen was among the first artists in the mid-nineties who decided to take matters into their own hands and get a close-up on social realities with very basic means. Villesen found her very own way of using the ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.09.09] 

    Hester, Helen (Video, 2015-09-09)
    In an interview given in 1995, the scientist Manfred E. Clynes – the man responsible for coining the word “cyborg” – discussed the ways in which various everyday technologies contribute to a ‘human enlargement of function.’ ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.02.21] 

    Povinelli, Elizabeth (Video, 2015-02-21)
    In the 1960s a war broke out between the two French theorists Gilles Deleuze and Alain Badiou over the role of the philosopher and the procedures of truth, the nature of the event and the possibility of revolutionary ...
  • [Academy Lectures 2015.03.11] 

    Rifky, Sarah (Video, 2015-03-11)
    «Qalqalah: The Subject of Language» is a fictional departure from «Delusions of Reference: From Language to Art», which grapples with the question ‘what is an institution?’ Through the fictional character Qalqalah, Sarah ...