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Lynne Fulton is exhibiting as part of EM15 Sunscreen

Online project by Candice Jacobs as part of 56th Venice Biennale.

Lynn Fulton is concerned with an exploration of materials and situations, constructed or encountered. This forms an ongoing process of collecting, using and reusing materials and images.  A central concern is ‘Site’, as in a place where something is happening, in process: an archaeological site, storage site, a place where things are being uncovered/discovered, memory, history, narrative, things that may be useful, stored for future use.

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Sunday 16th June 2019

Andrew Brown, Emma Cocker, Katja Hock, Andrew Pepper, Danica Maier, and Derek Sprawson will be showing work related to No Telos within the Resarch Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2019.

The Research Pavilion #3, situated in the Sala del Camino on Giudecca, is a vibrant, changing space that presents the multiple methods and practices of conducting artistic research.

A book, collecting work and discussion around the research project No Telos will be launched alongside examples of activities from each of the participating artists.

Day 1 of the Research Pavilion programme begins with Bodied Languages: Moving | Feeling | Sensing, a series of corporeal, experiential encounters with language through participatory workshops and collective actions.

This is followed by Affinities + Activations: Reading | Listening | Translating, the activation of reading as a generative space of invention and intervention, performed scores for doing and becoming.

During the evening, there will be book launches for the publication-projects No Telos and Re-play, where Venice is approached as a ground for artistic research and aesthetic investigation, for poetic inscription and experimentation.




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Emma Cocker has been invited to be part of the forthcoming Research Pavilion in the context of the Venice Biennale 2019

This will be part of a research ‘cell’ developed by Alex Arteaga entitled Through Phenomena Themselves: Exploring new possibilities of mutual enhancement between artistic and phenomenological research practices.

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