Introduction by Maria LindIs it Love? A presentation by Brian Kuan WoodMuseum Futures: Distributed (2008), a project by Marysia Lewandowska and Neil CummingsLeading up to a group exhibition curated by Maria Lind at the MAK in the early summer of 2015, the MAK NITE Lab will address some of the concerns of the exhibition. The project entails a presentation on affective commons
by e-flux-journal editor Brian Kuan Wood. He will discuss empathy as internet and identification of affective pathways as a new
materialism based in language. It also includes a screening of Marysia Lewandowskas and Neil Cummings film Museum Futures: Distributed (2008). This machinima record explores a vision of the future museum, by re-imagining its role as a public, transparent place
of art and inspiration of social processesalso a main issue of the MAK in view of its 150th anniversary.Guest curator Maria LindCurator Marlies Wirth
MAK Birthday PartyLecture / Film
A NEW ENLIGHTENMENT?
The First Public Deliberation
Tue, 15.04.2014, 7.00 pm
MAK Columned Main Hall
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