Teachers and Employees

Onol, Isin Gastprof.

title
Dark Possibilities in Reconnecting with the Notion of Truth
type
speech
keywords
Fine Arts, Philosophy, Ethics, Art history
texts
description
SEAFair ’11 - Energy, Biopolitics, Strategies of Resistance and Cultural Subversion also includes aone-day symposium that brings together the artists critics and theorists participating in the project, along with others involved in the discourses surrounding art/science collaborations. The symposium offers a chance for the participants and the audience to consider the changes in the biopolitical and cultural landscape, where the increases globalised market generates a new form of biopolitics with enhanced processes of bioeconomic competition. The speakers will present their most recent research around areas as broad and opaque as the methods and manners of the permeation of biotechnology into facets of ordinary life; the economic and political ambition and struggle of governments with domestic and international political structures in order to achieve successful global dominance; the ethical relationships to artificial life; the endless limitations and opportunities for artists and scientists to collaborate and yet to misunderstand the others disciplines.
Lecturers
Isin Onol
title of event
Symposium: SEAFAIR '11
organisers/management
Museum of Contemporary Art- Skopje
contributors
Melentie Pandilovski
contribution
Evelina Domnitch
contribution
date, time and location
date
2011-11-02 – 2011-11-02
location
Skopje (Nordmazedonien)
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