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Saturday, February 7, 2015

Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers
11 am – 6 pm

Geoaesthetic manifestos
What geoaesthetic regimes might be invented and deployed over the next years, diverging from the institutionalized interculturality of the 1990s which reified minority cultures and from the homogenizing global art of the 2000s? What new geographies of art do we want?

Joaquin Barriendos (art theorist), Jérôme David (literary theorist), Pedro Lasch (artist), Jean-Claude Moineau* (art theorist), Camille de Toledo (writer, artist), Nicolas Vieillescazes (philosopher)

11 am
Yves Mintoogue
(political scientist)
Malick N’Diaye
(art historian)
For a knowledge-producing cultural politics
Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc
Biographies de quelques agents invisibles
Olivier Hadouchi (film historian)
For a Phenix Cinema

2 pm
Camille de Toledo 
(writer, artist)
“Eutopia, the Country Where the Language is Translation”

Maria Hlavajova (artistic director, BAK)
Charles Esche
(curator, theorist, director of the Van Abbemuseum)
Olu Oguibe (artist)
Invitation Declined: Radical Practice in the Global Century
Pedro Lasch (artist)
‘New Anthems for a New World Order: France, Greater Mexico, and a Latino USA’
‘Nuevos himnos para un nuevo order global: Francia, Greater Mexico, y un EEUU latino’

Elena Sorokina (curator, art historian)
(Science) Fictional Universalism – narrated exhibition

Julia Morandeira Arrizabalaga (independant curator)
Canibalia: a geo-aesthetic of predation

Eduardo Jorge (writer)
Towards a morphological frame of mind
Estefanía Peñafiel Loaiza (artist)
Recreations – performance