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Courtesy of Elizabeth Price and LUX, London.

Courtesy of Elizabeth Price and LUX, London.

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OOO [Graham Harman, Francis Halsall; Michelle Kasprzak]

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19 Jun 2013

What does it mean to imagine that everything exists equally in the world, and that human beings have no more status than atoms or alpacas? Object-oriented ontology (“OOO”) puts things (rather than human beings, science or social relations) at the heart of studying what it means to exist. It is a new philosophical movement that has had a decisive influence on the work of both artists and exhibition-makers. A discussion with philosopher Graham Harman, curator Michelle Kasprzak and lecturers Francis Halsall, Kevin Love and Andrew Goffey will address implications for the artwork as object.

Free, The Space

6pm Screening: Elizabeth Price User Group Disco

6.30pm Discussion: With Graham Harman, Michelle Kasprzak and Francis Halsall.

With responses from Kevin Love (Nottingham Trent University) and Andrew Goffey (University of Nottingham)

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