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Bruno Serralongue, Condemn World Bank, WSF Mumbai 2004. 40cm x 50cm (detail). Courtesy of the artist and Air de Paris.

Bruno Serralongue, Condemn World Bank, WSF Mumbai 2004. 40cm x 50cm. Courtesy of the artist and Air de Paris.

The Geopolitical Turn

The Geopolitical Turn Art and the Contest of Globalisation

The Geopolitical Turn

The Geopolitical Turn Art and the Contest of Globalisation

The Geopolitical Turn

The Geopolitical Turn Art and the Contest of Globalisation

The Geopolitical Turn

The Geopolitical Turn

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The Geopolitical Turn

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08 May 2010

What are the reference points for contemporary art in a global economy that creates enormous wealth as well as widening inequality. Our opening conference explores the many strategies artists use to reveal the processes and human consequences of the globalised market economy. Introduced by the exhibition’s co-curator T.J. Demos – writer, curator and lecturer at University College, London – the conference includes artists George Osodi, Ursula Biemann, Dario Azzellini, Oliver Ressler and Bureau d’Études.

Other speakers include Alfredo Cramerotti, author of Aesthetic Journalism and co-curator of the next Manifesta exhibition; Angus Cameron, the official “emissary” of artists Goldin+Senneby and a lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Leicester; Janna Graham, artist and curator; The University of Nottingham’s Alex Vasudevan and Mark Fisher, author of Capitalist Realism; Is There No Alterative? Together they will examine the challenges of representing globalisation, and what’s at stake when artists engage with geopolitical issues.

Free
The Space, 10am - 6pm

Download the conference itinerary and book with the links below.

Nottingham Contemporary's programme of talks and discussions is jointly supported by The University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University.

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