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Clarke, Pete; Gartz, Georg; The Bluecoat, Liverpool
Languages: English
Types: Other
Research investigates cultural discourse and authorship exploring collaborative strategies for exhibition and creative dialogue. The research project explores the determining historical influences on creative practice within a European and international context.\ud ‘Eight Days A Week’ the artists’ initiative started in 1998, co curated by Pete Clarke and Bryan Biggs, Director Bluecoat Arts Centre from Liverpool with Jürgen Kisters, Journalist and Art Critic Kölner Stadt Anzeiger and artist Georg Gartz from Köln. In 2008 Clarke lead ‘Eight Days A Week’ artist arranged reciprocal projects in Liverpool and Cologne producing a series of exhibitions and events encompassing crafts, video, painting, installation, photography, architecture, printmaking, digital media and performance. The exchange involved galleries, colleges, artists’ spaces, civic buildings and the Internet. Clarke for example negotiated a 3 month lease on the ‘Artist in Residence Space at the Bluecoat’, Liverpool to function as an activity and resource space for 'Eight Days A Week' artists. This provided a base where artists continued the unique cultural exchange programme to develop links with educational and cultural institutions as a contribution to Liverpool European Capital City of Culture 2008.
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    • Wie in einem Traum werden wir in Czarneckis Video durch eine Wirklichkeit bewegt, in der alles möglich ist. Sogar die Auflösung im Licht der Unendlichkeit. So thematisiert die in Liverpool lebende Künstlerin Czarnecki mit modernster digitaler Medientechnik die Aktualität der uralten existentiellen Erfahrungen. Anders gesagt, trotz der Entsinnlichung unseres Lebens in Zeiten digitaler Simulationstechniken bleibt der EExistenzU.NIVERSE Körper der unhintergehbare Dreh- und Angelpunkt unserer 17. Oktober 2012, 19.30 Uhr Kes, Spielfilm, Großbritannien 1969, 106 Minuten, Regie: Ken Loach 24. Oktober 2012, 19.30 Uhr Land and Freedom, Großbritannien 1995, 109 Minuten, Regie: Ken Loach
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