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Call for Papers | WHAT IS A LABOUR OF LOVE?, Kunstlicht vol. 43, no. 3-4.

Guest editor: the editorial team Deadline: 18 April Published: October 2022 In All About Love (1999), bell hooks remarks that values of money and work have replaced love and community. This reverberates to the present tense, when a crisis of compassion has become a hot topic in the healthcare industry. It goes without saying that hooks wishes to reverse this, ...
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POSTPONED TO FEB 26 4-6pm | KUNSTLICHT X VU ART SCIENCE GALLERY ISSUE LAUNCH

This event was originally planned on February 18, but due to bad weather the event has been postponed to February 26. Our apologies and we hope to see you there.  Location: VU Art Science Gallery, De Boelelaan 1111, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Date: 26 February, 2022, 4-6 pm Time: TBD Join us for an evening in the VU Art Science Gallery, amidst ...
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JENNIFER TEE, ATOMS SERIES #2, 2016, HAHNEMÜHLE MUSEUM ETCHING PAPER, 350 GMS (FRAMED), 66,5 X 66,5 CM (EACH). EDITION OF 3. COURTESY GALERIE FONS WELTERS, AMSTERDAM. PHOTO GERT JAN VAN ROOIJ.

CANCELLED | Kunstlicht x VU Art Science Gallery: Launch “Sünya: Starting from 0”

Unfortunately, this launch is cancelled due to the covid-19 restrictions. We plan to re-schedule this in February. Please check this page for updates. Location: VU Art Science Gallery, Amsterdam In this issue of Kunstlicht, the reader is invited to investigate how zero has captured the imagination of scientists and philosophers alike. This issue of Kunstlicht compliments the exhibition 0 Starting ...
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Installation view of Spiral Jetty at KFC by Clementine Edwards, 2014, TCB Art Inc, Naarm/Melbourne. Photo © Christo Crocker.

Kunstlicht x Framer Framed: Launch “The Worldliness of Oil”

We’re happy to announce the launch of the new issue of Kunstlicht at Framer Framed on October 16th at 19:30. The issue is titled The Worldliness of Oil: Recognition and Relations, and delves into how oil continues to shape individual experiences and national identities, propelling conflict and creating disparate economic opportunities. Date: Saturday October 16th Time: 19.30h Register here for free In this double issue of Kunstlicht, ...
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CLOSED | Call for Papers | Sūnya: Starting from 0, Kunstlicht vol. 43, no. 1.

Guest Editor: Maria Chiara Miccoli Deadline for proposals: CLOSED ...
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Watch Online: Launch “Spellbound” | Kunstlicht x Felix Meritis

Contributors: Anna Sejbæk Torp-Pedersen, Joyce Poot, Fabienne Chiang, Dunja Nešović, Fabienne Rachmadiev, Aimilia Efthimiou, Savan Mohammed-Amen, Naomi Collier Broms & Amalia Calderón. With thanks to Felix Meritis and their Cultural Emergency Hospital. Felix Meritis opens their doors to make their corona-proof facilities available to other cultural institutions or artists who are also struggling due to corona, but want to keep creating ...
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SPELLBOUND: ONLINE LAUNCH @ FELIX MERITIS

Online Launch @ Felix Meritis June 11, 20:30 - 21:30 We are very excited to announce that on June 11, we will host a livestreamed launch of our newest issue Spellbound as part of Felix Meritis' program  Cultural Emergency Hospital   This issue focusses on rituals and magical practices within contemporary art and visual culture. Join us online for an evening full of ...
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ASSESSING RISK: A LAUNCH OF SORTS

Off the back of the publication of Kunstlicht 41.4: Assessing Risk: Strategies for Health, Safety and Welfare Within Arts practice, guest editors Eloise Sweetman and Isabelle Sully bring an audiojournal to the airwaves—a play on the audiobook given that, in this case, the form is a peer-review journal and the audio translations of the original content are journalistic and journal-esque ...
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CLOSED | Call for Papers | The Worldliness of Oil: Recognition and Relations, Kunstlicht vol. 42 no. 3-4.

Guest Editors: Helga Nyman and Anne Szefer Karlsen   Deadline for proposals: Closed.  ...
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