8–9 December 2017
Zurich University of the Arts ZHdK
Pfingstweidstrasse 96, CH-8005 Zurich
Art Research Work
When do you work? What are you paid for? How do infrastructures, apparatuses, and forms of life influence our work? How do we influence them? What don’t you capitalize in your life? Who determines funding policies? Does a PhD make one happy? Who is allowed to do research? How white is your research community? Where does your work stop? What goes into your CV? Which currencies does our work circulate in? How is your enterprise doing? How many projects can one pursue at the same time? Can «work done out of love» be paid for? How do we change our working conditions by talking about them?
With Amal Alhaag, Mirjam Bayerdörfer, Marina Belobrovaja, Teresa Chen, Hans Christian Dany, Eva Egermann, Benjamin Egger, Maria Guggenbichler, Marianne Halter, Swetlana Heger, Frank Hesse, Ursula Jakob, Pekka Kantonen, knowbotiq (Huebler / Wilhelm), Petra Köhle, Lucie Kolb, Bojana Kunst, Rachel Mader, Doreen Mende, Tine Melzer, Rena Onat, Raju Rage, Irene Revell, Hannes Rickli, Hinrich Sachs, Jovita dos Santos Pinto, Johanna Schaffer, Franziska Schutzbach, Cornelia Sollfrank, Zoe Tempest, Valentina Vuksic, Sophie Vögele and others
The conference explores the working conditions prevailing within artistic research.
For more information visit: www.sarn.ch
The Conference language is English and German. We offer whispered interpretation for English, German and French. If you have any questions about special admission for walking, seeing, sitting or hearing, please contact us in advance.
The event is open to the public and free of charge. Please register by November 30, 2017 under email@example.com.
For further questions please contact:
IFCAR Institute for Contemporary Art Research,
Zurich University of the Arts