Taipeh Digital Arts Festival

I have been invited to make a major contribution to this years' edition of the Digital Arts Festival in Taipeh!

The project GWYDH will be part of the exhibition in_SUBJECT (as video installation with Chinese translation).

In my talk Creating Commons I will introduce the concept of the commons and its relation to art to a Taiwanese audience.

In the workshop Preserving and Distributing Knowledge as Artistic Practice, we will have the opportunity to explore in more depths aspects of artistic digital archives.

metroZones: Circulating Knowledge

Together with Lorenzo Tripodi I am invited to contribute to the salon#4: Circulating Knowledge – Collaborative archives in digital and local communities. This is another great opportunity to introduce and discuss GWYDH to a Berlin audience.

metroZones school for urban practices

Berlin: Wednesday, 5 October 2016, 6pm–10pm
Café Südblock, Admiralstraße 1-2, Berlin-Kreuzberg
Hamburg, Friday, 7 October 2016, 6pm–10pm
dock europe, fux/Kaserne, Bodenstedtstr. 16

GWYDH @ re:publica 2016

Glad to have the chance to introduce the project to a larger audience in Berlin.

"Creating Commons. What are the aesthetics of the commons?" Cornelia Sollfrank

Lecture: Monday, 2 May 2016, 15:15

re:publica conference, Station Berlin, Luckenwalder Str. 4-6, 10963 Berlin

Lecture and workshop in Geneva!

On the invitation of Gordan Savicic I was able to show the project GWYDH to students of the Geneva School of Art and Design and give a lecture the day before the workshop on the topic of Art&Commons:Creating Commons. How artists can contribute to building and maintaining commons.

Lecture: Thursday, 14 APRIL 2016, 18.30

Workshop: Wednesday 13 April + Thursday 14 April 2106.

HEAD – Geneva School of Art and Design

5 Boulevard Helvétique. Salle S01

No Internet – No Art

This lovely anthology edited by Melanie Bühler, with its significant title, includes a text of mine which is based on the interviews I have done with Kenneth Goldsmith as part of GWYDH.

"Nothing New Needs to be Created. Kenneth Goldsmith’s Claim to Uncreativity," Cornelia Sollfrank, in: Melanie Bühler, Goethe Institut Washington (Eds.), No Internet – No Art. A Lunch Byte Anthology, Onomatopee, Eindhoven (2015)

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