MAM Art Course 08
No. 3 "New Relationships between Globalized Society and Art"

Japanese-English simultaneous translation available

Since the 1990s, globalization and the development of information technology have broadened our conception of the relationship between artists, artworks and audience, as well as the practicalities of art, such as exhibitions and museums. In this lecture, Bourriaud, widely known for his concept of "Relational aesthetics," offers a critical look at pre-existing systems and the concept of the art as seen through his own practice.

Date & Time
19:00-21:00, September 24 [Wed], 2008
Lecturer
Nicolas Bourriaud (Curator, Critic)
Organizers
Mori Art Museum, Academyhills
Corporate Sponsor
UBS Group
Nicolas Bourriaud Profile
Born in 1965 in France, Nicolas Bourriaud is a curator and art critic. He is currently working on the 4th Tate Triennial for February 2009 as Gulbenkian Curator of Contemporary Art at Tate Britain. He was a co-founder and co-director of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris from 1999 to 2006, and is the author of influential publications, including Relational Aesthetics (1998) and Postproduction (2001).
What art can do for society. Learning about the art of the future.
MAM Art Course 2008-2011

“MAM Art Course” is a series of educational courses, created in partnership with UBS, that explores diverse facets of contemporary art.Having got off to a great start earlier this year, the courses will continue for three years and will seek to investigate the complex web of relations that exists between art and society in relation to three key themes: A for art, B for business and C for culture.

Booking Period
2008.9.24 [Wed] - 9.24 [Wed]
Venue
Tower Hall, Academyhills (40F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower)
Capacity
250 (bookings required)
Admission
Adult 1,000 yen; Student & MAMC Member 500 yen
Audience
General
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