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2009-10-17
PUBLIC BODY - BARCAMP

Abraham Bosse, illustration from the first edition of Thomas Hobbes' "Leviathan" (1651)

Together with a group of theorists, researchers and artists from London we will examine the human-physical dimensions of public space. The meeting was initiated by members of Critical Practice (Marscha Bradfield, Neil Cummings, Michaela Ross, Cinizia Cremona).

What happens with our bodies when we are in public view or speaking publicly? For what types of bodies is our public space constructed? What type of physical attributes are excluded from the public sphere, and which types are featured on posters and advertisements? (na afiszach)?

The meeting will be conducted under open space conference principles according to which the agenda is generated by participants. Everyone in attendance is highly encouraged to speak up during the discussions.


source: criticalpracticechelsea.org
 
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