ALL POWER TO THE ART
M0Bi, the experimental container art space of NP3, focuses on research, experiment, production and presentation of contemporary art in relation to society, science and technology. As of September 23, 2015 M0Bi is a growing action model with exhibitions, interventions, open calls, open workshops, open forums, open offices, open lectures, debates, lectures and other needs …
In the context of the statement All Power To The Art of Albert Van Der Weide, NP3 organizes the next months various activities and interventions. Along with creators, viewers, thinkers, doers, listeners, experiencers, experts and any other action partner.
Our question to YOU is: Join our Action Model!
The public programme of AMADK takes place in the UNIQUE exhibition YARDin.
Check www.np3.nu regularly for the latest news, meetings and interventions.
AMADK OPEN OFFICE @ M0Bi
Saturday October 3, 14.00 – 16.00 hrs.
NP3 will regurlary organize Open Offices within the environment YARDin as common ground. A place were YOU are invited to share your thougths, ask questions, to perform or to discuss a proposal within the action model. We are going to dialoque with anyone who wants to talk about art or power, waste and re-use, about helping refugees or the gas extraction in North of the Netherlands or about……
You can talk to Ruud Akse en Albert Van Der Weide at the first Open Office!
You are Welcome to join! Free Entrance!
AMADK OPEN COLLEGE @ M0Bi
NP3 also invites YOU to a series of open college Autonomous University Courses by Pascal Gielen. Especially within the context of All Power to the art and in the environment YARDin Pascal Gielen gives a series of lectures to students of the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and to anyone who is interested. Free entrance! Language colleges: english
Pascal Gielen is professor of sociology of art and politics at the Research Center Arts in Society (Groningen University – the Netherlands) and at the Antwerp Research Institute for the Arts (Antwerp University – Belgium). He is editor in-chief of the international book series ‘Arts in Society’. His research focuses on the institutional context of the arts and on cultural politics. Gielen has published many books which are translated in English, Korean, Portugees, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.
OC-01 September 25, 2015, 9 -12 hrs
Autonomous University Course 1: What’s happening in the contemporary art world?
Biennials and community art are booming the last decade in the art world? Is there a link? During this first open source course sociologist Pascal Gielen will analyse and discuss both parallel phenomena. He will relate macro-sociological phenomena such as globalization, neo-liberalization, post-Fordism to trends and individual (artists’) behaviour in the contemporary art world.
OC-02 October 2, 2015, 9 – 12 hrs
Autonomous University Course 2: Joy Divisions, Play and Society as a Camp – Can Art show us the Way Out?
During the second open source college the students and interested visitors will be taken in a wild ride of thought. The monstrous music of the Manchester post-punk band Joy Division will be linked with the Nazi-camps and the state of exception of Georgio Agamben to make an critical analyse of the contemporary creative city. Can art play show us a way out of this repressive creative condition?
OC-03 October 9, 2015, 9 – 12 hrs
Autonomous University Course 3: Culture, the foundation of politics.
OC-04 October 16, 2015, 9 -12 hrs
Autonomous University Course 4: All Power To The Art But what’s the Power of Art? Its Potency, its Agony, its Communism.