Adelaide Festival 28 February - 16 March 2014

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Artists' Week - Day Two

Radical Enlightenment
Saturday 1 March

10am - 6pm

For Lars Bang Larsen and research partner Yann Chateigné, the radical Enlightenment we never had includes aesthetic and scientific experiments, counter-cultural movements, and entire modernities that have been disqualified as esoteric. The two have staged exhibitions and seminars, most recently at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris.

10am – 10.15am: Ramona Altschul reads Adam Non-Sinner

10.20am – 11am: Introduction by Lars Bang Larsen

11.15am – 12.15am: Disturbing inspiration
Featuring Marco Pasi

1.15pm – 2pm: Susan Hiller in conversation with Lars Bang Larsen

2.15pm – 3.15pm: Fiddling in the Anthropocene featuring Julie Stephens

3.45pm – 4.30pm: Networks in Reverse
Featuring Suzie Treister

4.45pm – 5pm: Excerpts from the Artur Zmijewski and Pawel Althamer film So-Called Waves and other Phenomena of the Mind

5pm – 5.45pm: Artur Zmijewski in conversation with Lars Bang Larsen

5.45pm – 6pm: Conclusion by Lars Bang Larsen and Ramona Altschul

Special Event: Reading Room

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Allan Scott Auditorium University of South Australia

Sat 1 Mar
10am - 6pm

8 hours


Access Details

Wheelchair Access Auslan

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Radical Enlightenment is a project by Geneva University of Art & Design (Head - Genéve). It is part of the research project Art, Science, Counter-Culture: Perspectives on a Radical Enlightenment

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