TrAIN and Parade Lecture Series

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Open Lecture: 1

Date: Wednesday 02 December 2009, 17:15 to 19:00
Location: Lecture Theatre Chelsea College of Arts and Design
16 John Islip Street
SW1P 4JU

Joanna Warsza will discuss her curated series of live art projects The Finissage of Stadium X and the related reader Stadium X — A Place That Never Was.
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Open Lecture: 2

Spaces and Narrations Series: Monday January 25, 2010 6:00 - 7:00
Location: Lecture Theatre Chelsea College of Arts and Design
16 John Islip Street
SW1P 4JU

Aleksandra Wasilkowska is a Polish architect with a particular interest in self-organizing structures. She will be presenting a number of her studio’s recent projects, and will introduce her collaborator Michał Piasecki, a specialist in generative procedures. Aleksandra will be collaborating on the ParadePublic Modes of Assembly, and forms of Address.
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Open Lecture: 3

Date: TrAIN Open Lecture Wednesday 10 February 2010. 17:15 to 19:00
Location: Lecture Theatre Chelsea College of Arts and Design
16 John Islip Street
SW1P 4JU
Joanna Rajkowska (born in Bydgoszcz, Poland) is an author of objects, films, installations, ephemeral actions, as well as interventions in public space. Her works reflect changes in the reception and expectations towards art and its social functions, referring to the complexity of identity problems affecting Eastern European countries following their economic and political transformation of the 1990s.
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Open Lecture: 4

Date: Wednesday 24 February 2010, 17:15 to 19:00
Location: Lecture Theatre Chelsea College of Arts and Design
16 John Islip Street
SW1P 4JU

Archeologies of the the Public: insights into the Polish public sphere

The lecture will be aimed at providing insights into the historical development and current shape of the public sphere in Poland. It will be an attempt to conduct an archaeological study of the Polish public sphere, its specific cultural, political and discursive context. It is necessary to engage into radical and dialectic dialog with the Eurocentric notion of the public sphere, to pose the question about how public life organizes itself outside of the historical experience of core capitalist countries.

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