LEARNING MACHINES. Pelin Tan konuşmacılardan biri yanısıra Jakob Jakobsen'de süperdir

INTERNATIONAL EVENT FOR NABA’S 30TH ANNIVERSARY:
LEARNING MACHINES. ART EDUCATION AND ALTERNATIVE PRODUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE

On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano, will organize
and host, from December 9th to December 11th, 2010, a grand international event entitled
“Learning Machines. Art Education and alternative production of knowledge” on the relationship
between art and education.
The title “Learning Machines”, derives from Fluxus movement and in particular from a series of
works by George Maciunas.
This will be composed by a series of events: the exhibition “Learning Machines. Figure”, an
international seminar “Learning Machines. Discorsi” (“Learning Machines. Speeches”), the
Temporary Library “Reading Machine” and a special publication to celebrate the Academy
history.
The project reflects NABA’s mission, which from the moment of its creation in 1980, challenged
the rigidity of academic tradition, and introduced visions and languages that are more close to
contemporary artistic practice, the systems of art and creative professions.

PROGRAM
- December 10th and 11th, Great Hall
10.30 am-1.30 pm and 3.30 pm-7.00 pm – free entrance
INTERNATIONAL MEETING: LEARNING MACHINES. DISCORSI

December 10th 2010
10.00 -10.30
Opening with Elisabetta Galasso, Marco Scotini, Andris Brinkmanis
10.30-13.30
DESIGN PERSPECTIVES PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
Andrea Branzi, Alessandro Guerriero, Joseph Grima, Dante Donegani, Italo Rota, Gianni Pettena
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Moderated by: Marco Scotini e Andris Brinkmanis
14.00 - 18.00

ALTERNATIVE VISIONS, ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES
Clementine Deliss, Pascal Gielen, Francoise Verges, Graeme Arendse, Tim Rollins
Moderated by: Rainer Ganahl e Andris Brinkmanis
December 11th 2010
10.00 - 13.00

ALTERNATIVE PRACTICES
Pelin Tan, Jakob Jakobsen, Gerald Raunig, Florian Schneider, Gediminas Urbonas
Moderated by: Bert Theis, Andris Brinkmanis
14.00-18.00

INSTITUTIONAL ALTERNATIVES
Koen Brams, John Palmesino, Anselm Franke, Eyal Weizman, Rainer Ganahl
Moderated by: Rainer Ganahl, Andris Brinkmanis

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