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Filmer fra The School of Panamerican Unrest

Av Pablo Helguera | I samarbeid med Tenthaus og Tegnetriennalen 2023
Tirsdag 28.11.23
Tenthaus

Igangsatt av den mexicanske kunstneren Pablo Helguera, har "The School of Panamerican Unrest" fått støtte fra over 40 organisasjoner og 100 tilknyttede kunstnere, kuratorer og kulturformidlere på tvers av Amerika. Prosjektet har som mål å møte behovet for mellomregional kommunikasjon blant engelsk-, spansk- og portugisisktalende Amerika, samt andre samfunn i Karibia og utover, uavhengig av kommersielle og økonomiske forbindelser.

Tegnetriennalen 2023, med tittelen "All that Lies Between", er et samarbeid mellom aktører innen tegning, tekst og kunst, inkludert Tegnerforbundet – senter for tegnekunst, Nasjonalmuseet, Tenthaus (med sine tre steder) og Deichman Bjørvika. Som en del av Tegnetriennalen 2023 vil det bli vist to videoer som dokumenterer "The School of Panamerican Unrest" sin reise gjennom Amerika.

Dette arrangementet vil foregå kun på engelsk.

Program

Kort introduksjon

Filmvisning (ca. 70 min)

Samtale mellom publikum Itzel Esquivel og Belén Santillán (Tenthaus) (ca. 20 min)

Om prosjektet

Unlike Europe, which has been facilitating cultural integration through open dialogue, many Latin American countries have limited cultural exchange among themselves, often restricted to the connections offered by major cities such as New York, Miami, or Madrid. The School of Panamerican Unrest seeks to revisit and evaluate the ideas of various Latin American intellectuals, such as José Vasconcelos, Simón Bolívar, and José Martí, who envisioned a unified cultural region in the Americas. This project aims to explore the significance of those ideas in the age of the internet and post-globalization.

The project also seeks to discuss ways in which artistic practice in the Americas can play an influential role in public life, political, cultural, and social discourse, enriching their respective communities in a productive and proactive manner.

Om kunstneren

Pablo Helguera (Mexico City, 1971) is a visual artist living in New York. His work involves performance, drawing, pedagogy, installation, theater and other literary strategies. He is often considered a pioneering figure in the field of socially engaged art.

He has been recipient of many awards including the Guggenheim and Creative Capital fellowship as well as the first International Award for Participatory Art in Italy. Coming from a family of classical musicians, his work has frequently involved musical elements. He has performed and presented his works in many international biennials and venues. He is the author of many books including Education for Socially Engaged Art (2011) and The Parable Conference (2014). He is currently Assistant Professor of Arts Management and Entrepreneurship at The College of the Performing Arts at The New School. He writes a weekly column titled Beautiful Eccentrics.

Om Tenthaus

Tenthaus Art Collective has been working together in various constellations since 2009. The collective is characterized by an open, process-oriented form of participation and collaboration. They focus on local contexts exploring collectivity and inclusion through different forms of engagement. Tenthaus began as an artists-in-schools project and over a decade later they continue to maintain strong relations to the community and works to cultivate and nurture its environment.

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