Body As Proxy
Eleni Kamma is taking part in the symposium Body As Proxy organised by the BA Fine Arts department of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague
Symposium: 21 – 25/02/2022
Body As Proxy is an Artistic Research Symposium series organised by the BA Fine Arts department of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. It aims to contextualise contemporary research practices and urgent artistic discourses, by offering KABK students, teachers, and the public the opportunity to critically reflect upon current tendencies in contemporary art practices and artistic research.
The symposium focuses on the human body as a proxy for political and institutional critique as well as a space for research. How are these massive changes of our times influencing artists’ perception and experience of the human body as a space for proxy? Which strategies, methods and concepts
are artists deploying in relation to the body as a space for proxy?
The Artistic Research Symposium is organised by Tatjana Macic, artist and tutor of Artistic Research at the BA Fine Arts, KABK. Speakers and workshop participants include: Tatjana Macic, Staci Bu Shea, Janice McNab, Eleni Kamma, Marthe Prins, Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy, Melanie Bonajo, Dagmar Bosma, Alexander Cromer, Maria Pask, Winnie Koekelbergh, Rachel Bacon, and Carl Johan Högberg.
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