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Documenta 13 2012. un panorama de la apertura

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1 Documenta

2 un panorama de la apertura

3 académico, activista, agente, agrocientífico, agroecologista, antropólogo, arqueólogo, artista, bailarín, biólogo, científico, cineasta, consejero, conservador, coreógrafo, crítico, curador, director cinematográfico, economista, editor, escritor, feminista, físico, hipnoterapeuta, historiador, historiador del arte, iconólogo, ingeniero, investigador, poeta, politólogo, psicoanalista, teórico cultural, traductor, zoólogo La lista completa de participantes de la dOCUMENTA (13) se publicará el

4 académico, activista, activista capital, agente, agente principal, agrocientífico, agroecologista, analista cultural, analista inconsciente, analista social, antropólogo, antropólogo cultural, antropólogo de la globalización, arqueólogo, arquitecto, artista, artista de no-arte, artistas, asesor, autor, bailarín, biólogo, científico, científico informático, cineasta, cineastas, compositor, Comunes, conservador, coreógrafo, corrector, crítico, crítico cultural, crítico de arte, crítico literario, curador, director artístico, director cinematográfico, director de departamento, diseñador, economista, editor, escritor, esculturas deformadas, feminista, filósofo, filósofo de la ciencia, filósofo de la política, físico, fotógrafo, genetista, hipnoterapeuta, historiador, historiador de la cultura, historiador del arte, iconólogo, ingeniero, ingeniero informático, inventor, investigador, jardinero, músico, performer, poeta, poetas, politólogo, psicoanalista, sacerdote, teórico, singularidades de cualquier tipo, teórico cultural, teórico de estudios científicos, teórico político, teórico social, traductor, zoólogo.

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6 El agente principal (core agent) es un concepto que se relaciona con un sistema multiagente (MAS, Mutli-Agent System), esto es, un sistema compuesto de múltiples agentes inteligentes interactuantes dentro de un entorno. Los sistemas multiagente pueden utilizarse para solucionar problemas dificultosos o imposibles de resolver para un agente individual o un sistema monolítico. La inteligencia de los agentes puede incluir búsquedas, hallazgo y procesamientos metódicos, funcionales, procedimentales o algorítmicos. Los asuntos donde la investigación a partir de sistemas multiagente pueden proporcionar una aproximación adecuada comprende instancias complejas como las mercantiles, las responsivas a catástrofes o las ligadas al modelado de estructuras sociales. Estos sistemas se basan en no efectuar coacción alguna sobre la arquitectura interna de los agentes que lo componen ni asumir formalismo alguno para los agentes individuales. El concepto básico de agente sólo es especificado como una entidad de comunicación activa que juega roles dentro de grupos; este definición es intencionalmente de carácter general para permitir a los diseñador de agentes adoptar una definición más exacta de agentividad en relación a su uso, pues de él depende la elección del modelo de agente más apropiado. Los sistemas multiagente pueden opera a partir de la constitución interna de grupos, esto es, conjuntos atómicos de agregaciones de agentes. Cada agente puede ser parte de n grupos al mismo tiempo. En su forma más básica, el grupo es sólo una manera de etiquetar un conjunto de agentes; en formas más complejas, y a partir de la instancia de roles, un grupo puede constituir en per se un sistema multiagente. Todo agente puede formar un grupo, y cualquier agente debe solicitar su admisión para formar parte de un grupo existente. El rol es una representación abstracta de una función, servicio o identificación de un agente dentro de un grupo. Cada agente puede manipular varios roles, y cada uno de ellos está referido a un grupo. Como sucede con la admisión a un grupo, cumplir un rol en un grupo debe ser requerido por un agente candidato y no necesariamente es concedido. Las comunicaciones están siempre referidas a roles, cumplidos por agentes específicos. El mecanismo particular para el acceso al rol dentro de un grupo no está previamente definido. Funciones posibles de admisión pueden ser la aceptación o el rechazo sistemáticos, la admisión a partir de habilidades, coacciones de puesta en práctica, aceptación condicionada por el diálogo, admisión dependiente del estado del grupo, etc. (Olivier Gutknecht, Jacques Ferber. An organizational-level methodology for multi-agent design. Laboratoire d'Informatique, Robotique et Micro-électronique de Montpellier. CNRS - Université Montpellier II, 1998)

7 académico, activista, activista capital, agente, agente principal, agrocientífico, agroecologista, analista cultural, analista inconsciente, analista social, antropólogo, antropólogo cultural, antropólogo de la globalización, arqueólogo, arquitecto, artista, artista de no-arte, artistas, asesor, autor, bailarín, biólogo, científico, científico informático, cineasta, cineastas, compositor, Comunes, conservador, coreógrafo, corrector, crítico, crítico cultural, crítico de arte, crítico literario, curador, director artístico, director cinematográfico, director de departamento, diseñador, economista, editor, escritor, esculturas deformadas, feminista, filósofo, filósofo de la ciencia, filósofo de la política, físico, fotógrafo, genetista, hipnoterapeuta, historiador, historiador de la cultura, historiador del arte, iconólogo, ingeniero, ingeniero informático, inventor, investigador, jardinero, músico, performer, poeta, poetas, politólogo, psicoanalista, sacerdote, teórico, singularidades de cualquier tipo, teórico cultural, teórico de estudios científicos, teórico político, teórico social, traductor, zoólogo.

8 I dont have a concept, said documenta 13 artistic director Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev to those gathered to kick off the year's most anticipated exhibition. While that may be the case, what Christov-Bakargiev does have is a lot of thoughts. I want to give a lecture, she continued, later laughing, This is serious you know; this is documenta. The curator's 30-minute opening remarks spanned from Adorno and aesthetic autonomy to neurology, and from the desires of meteorites to the digital roots of rifts between rich and poor, causing some actually to cry out for her to end. (One outspoken woman burst out, This is very un-polite. People from all over the world have come to listen to you! as the artistic director skipped through vast portions of her opening essay.) Despite the commotion, four abstract curatorial themes or narratives became clear in the opening speech: the stage of subjecthood; besiegement by others; hope, optimism, and anticipation; and the state of retreat. As for the all-important artist list, it is nearly 300 strong. Participants for the most part hail from a visual arts background as one would expect at a big art show however, philosophers and social and cultural theorists such as Judith Butler, Andrea Cavalletti, Donna Harraway, and Christoph Menke dot the list, as well as more obscure figures such as Suely Rolnik, listed as an Unconscious analyst. Demographically, the list is extremely gender-balanced in comparison to many international art exhibitions. A great number of artists who figured in Christov- Bakargiev's 2008 Sydney Biennale such as Janet Cardiff & George Burges Miller, and various Arte Povera artists a specially of this curator such as Giuseppe Penone and Alighiero Boetti also make the trip to Kassel. As Christov-Bakargievs own feminist background suggests, issues of women's rights figure heavily in the exhibition. However, other tenets also prove important, such as questions of location highlighted by the co-existence documenta 13s four cities: This year, the show is also launching exhibitions in Kabul and Bamiyan in Afganistan, Alexandria and Cairo in Egypt, and Banff in Canada. Located in an apparent simultaneity of places and times, they acquire meaning only through their interrelations, Christov-Bakargiev explained to the crowd. She also stated that she wished to point to non-human artistic and political motivations, addressing at length her failure to bring the El Chaco Meteorite to Kassel from its age-old seat in Argentina, a curatorial gambit that was announced last January. Does [El Chaco] have any rights and how could it express them...would it have enjoyed a short trip to an art exhibition? she asked. Finally, it's worth noting that this year, writing and storytelling both figure prominently in the exhibition, via a writing residency titled, Chorality. On Retreat. As was predicted, within the city of Kassel itself, locations have multiplied in comparison to past documentas. Beside the Fridericianum, the documenta-Halle, and the Neue Galerie, the exhibition spans nine further locations, including the Karlsaue Park where Tacita Dean has created an installation in a small house. Now the race to see it all in three short days begins. The full list of artists follows: […] Alexander Forbes, ARTINFO Germany of-space-rockshttp://in.artinfo.com/news/story/807930/documenta-kicks-off-with-a-genre-busting-list-of-nearly-300-artists-and-a-concern-for-the-rights- of-space-rocks

9 Suely Rolnik, curadora, crítica, psicoanalista Profesora de la Universidad Católica de San Pablo, donde fundó el Centro de Estudios de la Subjetividad en el Programa Doctoral de Psicología Clínica (1982). Desde 1982, Profesorainvitada del Programa de Estudios Independientes (MACBA., España). Entre otros escritos, es coautora, con Felix Guattari, de Micropolítica. Cartografias do desejo (1986, traducido a cinco idiomas).

10 En el proyecto 100 Notas – 100 Pensamientos, es autora del número 22: Archive Mania En décadas recientes, el interés del mundo del arte en los archivos se ha incrementado de manera vertiginosa, desarrollando una verdadera compulsión al archivo. En su texto, Rolnik describe las raíces de esta tendencia en el arte conceptual de las décadas de 1960 y 1970, enfocándose en los países de América Latina bajo dictaduras militares. Ella percie una explicación para este fenómeno en la represión colonial inconsciente que, como los regímenes dictatoriales en estos países, dejpo tras suyo un trauma de gran alcance, y condujo a una separación entre lo poético y lo político, ensanchada por los malentendidos de la historia oficial del arte que interpreta las prácticas artísticas que es posible hallar allí en términos de arte conceptual político o ideológico. Sobre esta fondo irrumpe el deseo de dirigirse nuevamente a los archivos y rectivar la fusión de las fuerzas poéticas y lo políticas.–

11 I dont have a concept, said documenta 13 artistic director Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev to those gathered to kick off the year's most anticipated exhibition. While that may be the case, what Christov-Bakargiev does have is a lot of thoughts. I want to give a lecture, she continued, later laughing, This is serious you know; this is documenta. The curator's 30-minute opening remarks spanned from Adorno and aesthetic autonomy to neurology, and from the desires of meteorites to the digital roots of rifts between rich and poor, causing some actually to cry out for her to end. (One outspoken woman burst out, This is very un-polite. People from all over the world have come to listen to you! as the artistic director skipped through vast portions of her opening essay.) Despite the commotion, four abstract curatorial themes or narratives became clear in the opening speech: the stage of subjecthood; besiegement by others; hope, optimism, and anticipation; and the state of retreat. As for the all-important artist list, it is nearly 300 strong. Participants for the most part hail from a visual arts background as one would expect at a big art show however, philosophers and social and cultural theorists such as Judith Butler, Andrea Cavalletti, Donna Harraway, and Christoph Menke dot the list, as well as more obscure figures such as Suely Rolnik, listed as an Unconscious analyst. Demographically, the list is extremely gender-balanced in comparison to many international art exhibitions. A great number of artists who figured in Christov- Bakargiev's 2008 Sydney Biennale such as Janet Cardiff & George Burges Miller, and various Arte Povera artists a specially of this curator such as Giuseppe Penone and Alighiero Boetti also make the trip to Kassel. As Christov-Bakargievs own feminist background suggests, issues of women's rights figure heavily in the exhibition. However, other tenets also prove important, such as questions of location highlighted by the co-existence documenta 13s four cities: This year, the show is also launching exhibitions in Kabul and Bamiyan in Afganistan, Alexandria and Cairo in Egypt, and Banff in Canada. Located in an apparent simultaneity of places and times, they acquire meaning only through their interrelations, Christov-Bakargiev explained to the crowd. She also stated that she wished to point to non-human artistic and political motivations, addressing at length her failure to bring the El Chaco Meteorite to Kassel from its age-old seat in Argentina, a curatorial gambit that was announced last January. Does [El Chaco] have any rights and how could it express them...would it have enjoyed a short trip to an art exhibition? she asked. Finally, it's worth noting that this year, writing and storytelling both figure prominently in the exhibition, via a writing residency titled, Chorality. On Retreat. As was predicted, within the city of Kassel itself, locations have multiplied in comparison to past documentas. Beside the Fridericianum, the documenta-Halle, and the Neue Galerie, the exhibition spans nine further locations, including the Karlsaue Park where Tacita Dean has created an installation in a small house. Now the race to see it all in three short days begins. The full list of artists follows: […] Alexander Forbes, ARTINFO Germany of-space-rockshttp://in.artinfo.com/news/story/807930/documenta-kicks-off-with-a-genre-busting-list-of-nearly-300-artists-and-a-concern-for-the-rights- of-space-rocks

12 Leeza Ahmady, Agent; Curator Korbinian Aigner, Artist; Gardener; Priest Vyacheslav Akhunov, Artist Barmak Akram, Filmmaker; Artist Khadim Ali, Artist Eric Alliez, Philosopher Allora & Calzadilla, Artists Maria Thereza Alves, Artist Alÿs, Francis, Artist Ayreen Anastas, Agent; Artist; Researcher AND AND AND, Commoners; Poets; Whatever-singularities Arjun Appadurai, Anthropologist of globalization Ida Applebroog, Artist Irina Aristarkhova, Cultural Theorist Mohammad Yusuf Asefi, Artist Doug Ashford, Artist Tarek Atoui, Artist Kader Attia, Artist Julie Ault, Artist Alexandra Bachzetsis, Artist Bactrian Princesses Nanni Balestrini, Artist; Poet; Writer Amy Balkin, Artist Lars Bang Larsen, Art Historian Karen Barad, Physicist; Philosopher; Theorist; Scholar; Author Bassam El Baroni, Art Critic; Curator Judith Barry, Artist Massimo Bartolini, Artist Gianfranco Baruchello, Artist Ahmed Basiony, Artist Hrach Bayadyan, Cultural Critic Thomas Bayrle, Artist Jérôme Bel, Choreographer Mario Bellatin, Advisor; Writer Gordon Bennett, Artist Jill Bennett, Cultural Historian; Theorist; Curator Franco Bifo – Berardi, Activist; Philosopher; Writer Rossella Biscotti, Artist Iwona Blazwick, Advisor; Curator Manon de Boer, Artist Alighiero Boetti, Artist Anna Boghiguian, Artist Bruno Bosteels, Critic Carol Bove, Artist Ali Brivanlou, Advisor; Biologist Kristina Buch, Artist Susan Buck-Morss, Philosopher; Cultural Historian Andrea Büttner, Artist Judith Butler, Cultural Theorist; Philosopher Gerard Byrne, Artist CAMP (founded 2007 by Shaina Anand, Sanjay Bhangar, and Ashok Sukumaran), Artists Cardiff, Janet & Bures Miller, George, Artists Emily Carr, Artist Mariana Castillo Deball, Artist Andrea Cavalletti, Philosopher George Chan, Agroscientist; Engineer Paul Chan, Artist Kudzanai Chiurai, Artist Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Artistic Director Geoff Cox, Critic; Writer; Curator Critical Art Ensemble, Artists Abraham Cruzvillegas, Artist István Csákány, Artist Attila Csörgő, Artist Antoni Cumella, Artist Salvador Dalí, Artist Marie Darrieussecq, Writer Dietmar Dath, Writer; Translator Lydia Davis, Writer; Translator Tacita Dean, Artist Mark Dion, Artist Thea Djordjadze, Artist Willie Doherty, Artist Nikola Doll, Art Historian; Curator Trisha Donnelly, Artist Sam Durant, Artist Jimmie Durham, Artist Epaminonda, Haris & Cramer, Daniel Gustav, Artists Cevdet Erek, Artist Michael Eskin, Author; Literary Critic; Publisher Faivovich, Guillermo & Goldberg, Nicolás, Artists Matias Faldbakken, Artist; Writer Geoffrey Farmer, Artist Omer Fast, Artist Lara Favaretto, Artist Silvia Federici, Feminist; Scholar; Activist Ceal Floyer, Artist Llyn Foulkes, Artist Abul Qasem Foushanji, Artist Chiara Fumai, Artist Bettina Funcke, Writer; Editor Rene Gabri, Agent; Artist; Researcher Peter L. Galison,Historian and Philosopher of Science; Filmmaker Dario Gamboni, Art Historian Ryan Gander, Artist Dora García, Artist Fernando García-Dory, Artist Mario Garcia Torres, Artist Theaster Gates, Artist Jeanno Gaussi, Artist Ashraf Ghani, Anthropologist; Political Scientist Mariam Ghani, Artist Simryn Gill, Artist Kenneth Goldsmith, Poet Julio González, Artist Avery F. Gordon, Writer; Social Theorist Tue Greenfort, Agent; Artist Boris Groys, Philosopher Durs Grünbein, Poet Péter György, Cultural Theorist Zainab Haidary, Artist Fiona Hall, Artist Dorothea von Hantelmann, Art Historian Donna Haraway, Advisor; Science Studies and Cultural Theorist Michael Hardt, Philosopher; Political Theorist Graham Harman, Philosopher Salah M. Hassan, Advisor; Art Historian; Cultural Theorist Florian Hecker, Artist Alanna Heiss, Curator Daniel Heller-Roazen, Philosopher Tamara Henderson, Artist Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy, Agent; Curator; Writer Susan Hiller, Artist Horst Hoheisel, Artist Brian Holmes, Cultural Critic Judith Hopf, Artist Hourani, Khaled with Amjad Ghannam and Rashid Masharawi, Artists Pierre Huyghe, Advisor; Artist Sonallah Ibrahim, Writer Sanja Iveković, Artist Emily Jacir, Artist Alejandro Jodorowsky, Filmmaker Toril Johannessen, Artist Joan Jonas, Artist Brian Jungen, Artist Jungen, Brian and Linklater, Duane, Artists Rudolf Kaesbach, Artist Kahn, Robin & La Cooperativa Unidad Nacional Mujeres Saharauis (The National Union of Women rom Western Sahara), Artist Masood Kamandy, Artist Amar Kanwar, Artist William Kentridge, Artist Hassan Khan, Artist; Musician; Writer Sunjung Kim, Agent; Curator Adam Kleinman, Agent; Curator; Writer Alexander Kluge, Filmmaker; Writer Koyo Kouoh, Agent; Curator Joasia Krysa, Agent; Curator Christian Kuhtz, Inventor Erkki Kurenniemi, Artist; Physicist Marta Kuzma, Agent; Curator Adriana Lara, Artist Horacio Larrain Barros, Cultural Anthropologist Lê, Dinh Q. in collaboration with Vu Giang Huong, Quang Tho, Huynh Phuong Dong, Nguyen Thu, ruong Hieu, Phan Oanh, Nguyen Toan Thi, Duong Anh, Minh Phuong, Kim Tien, Quach Phong, guyen Thanh Chau, Artists Pamela M. Lee, Art Historian; Art Critic Jolyon Leslie, Architect Gabriel Lester, Artist David Levi Strauss, Art Historian; Cultural Critic David Link, Artist; Computer Scientist Maria Loboda, Artist Mark Lombardi, Artist Aníbal López, Artist Renata Lucas, Artist Lutyens, Marcos & Raimundas Malašauskas, featuring Sissel Tolaas, Artists Goshka Macuga, Artist Anna Maria Maiolino, Artist Catherine Malabou,Philosopher Nalini Malani, Artist Raimundas Malašauskas, Agent; Artist; Curator; Writer Man Ray, Artist Chus Martínez, Head of Department; Core Agent; Curator; Writer Maria Martins, Artist Francesco Matarrese, Artist Fabio Mauri, Artist Julie Mehretu, Artist John Menick, Artist; Writer; Filmmaker Christoph Menke, Philosopher Gustav Metzger, Artist Lee Miller, Photographer W. J. T. Mitchell, Art Historian Aman Mojadidi, Artist MOON Kyungwon & JEON Joonho, Artists Gareth Moore, Artist Giorgio Morandi, Artist Romaine Moreton, Poet Rabih Mroué, Artist Stephen Muecke, Cultural Theorist; Writer Christian Philipp Müller, Artist Zanele Muholi, Artist Ingo Niermann, Writer Arne Nordheim, Composer M.A. Numminen, Composer; Performer Objects damaged during the Lebanese Civil War (1975–90), Deformed Sculptures Hans Ulrich Obrist, Critic; Curator Shinro Ohtake, Artist Rahraw Omarzad, Artist Roman Ondák, Artist Füsun Onur, Artist The Otolith Group, Artists Lívia Páldi, Agent; Curator Christodoulos Panayiotou, Artist Nikos Papastergiadis, Cultural Theorist Aaron Peck, Writer; Art Critic Giuseppe Penone, Artist Claire Pentecost, Artist Alexei Penzin, Philosopher Hetti Perkins, Agent; Curator Michael Petzet, Advisor; Conservationist Susan Philipsz, Artist Pratchaya Phinthong, Artist Sopheap Pich, Artist Griselda Pollock, Art Historian; Cultural Theorist Lea Porsager, Artist Michael Portnoy, Artist Margaret Preston, Artist Seth Price, Artist Ana Prvacki, Artist Walid Raad, Artist Atiq Rahimi, Writer Michael Rakowitz, Artist Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Artist Doreen Reid Nakamarra, Artist Pedro Reyes, Artist Gunnar Richter, Artist; Historian Sarah Rifky, Agent; Curator Stuart Ringholt, Artist Robbins, Ruth & Red Vaughan Tremmel, Artists Rodas, Juana Marta & Isidrez, Julia, Artists Suely Rolnik, Unconscious Analyst Jacqueline Rose, Cultural Theorist Andrew Ross, Social and Cultural Analyst Pascal Rousseau, Art Historian; Curator Paul Ryan, Artist Hannah Ryggen, Artist Nawal El Saadawi, Writer Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Architect Anri Sala, Artist Charlotte Salomon, Artist Issa Samb, Artist; Writer Annemarie Sauzeau, Writer; Art Critic Ines Schaber, Artist Eva Scharrer, Agent; Curator; Writer; Art Historian Kitty Scott, Agent; Curator Tino Sehgal, Artist Albert Serra, Filmmaker; Artist Nicola Setari, Agent, Philosopher Tejal Shah, Artist Wael Shawky, Artist Zolaykha Sherzad, Designer Adania Shibli, Writer Vandana Shiva, Seed Activist Nedko Solakov, Artist Song Dong, Artist Tamás St.Turba, Non-Art-Artist Alexandra Sukhareva, Artist Imre Szeman, Cultural Theorist Mika Taanila, Artist, Filmmaker Mohsen Taasha, Artist G. M. Tamás,Philosopher Alexander Tarakhovsky, Advisor; Geneticist Michael Taussig, Advisor; Anthropologist Jane Taylor, Advisor; Cultural Theorist; Writer Javier Téllez, Artist Aase Texmon Rygh, Artist Warwick Thornton, Filmmaker Time/Bank (e-flux: Julieta Aranda & Anton Vidokle), Artists Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri, Artist Jalal Toufic, Artist; Writer Rosemarie Trockel, Artist Mario Tronti, Political Philosopher Vandy Rattana, Artist; Photographer Vann Nath, Artist Chiara Vecchiarelli, Curator; Writer Ignacio Vidal-Folch, Writer Enrique Vila-Matas, Writer Andrea Viliani, Agent; Curator Adrián Villar Rojas, Artist Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, Anthropologist Jeronimo Voss, Artist Vu Giang Huong, Artist Roy Wagner, Anthropologist Ian Wallace, Artist Jessica Warboys, Artist Lori Waxman, Critic Clemens von Wedemeyer, Artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul in collaboration with Chaisiri Jiwarangsan, Filmmakers; Artists Lawrence Weiner, Artist Eyal Weizman, Architect Yan Lei, Artist Haegue Yang, Artist Akram Zaatari, Artist Zalmaï, Artist Alejandro Zambra, Writer Anton Zeilinger, Advisor; Physicist Konrad Zuse, Artist; Computer Engineer

13 Leeza Ahmady, Agent; Curator Korbinian Aigner, Artist; Gardener; Priest Vyacheslav Akhunov, Artist Barmak Akram, Filmmaker; Artist Khadim Ali, Artist Eric Alliez, Philosopher Allora & Calzadilla, Artists Maria Thereza Alves, Artist Alÿs, Francis, Artist Ayreen Anastas, Agent; Artist; Researcher AND AND AND, Commoners; Poets; Whatever- singularities Arjun Appadurai, Anthropologist of globalization Ida Applebroog, Artist Irina Aristarkhova, Cultural Theorist Mohammad Yusuf Asefi, Artist Doug Ashford, Artist Tarek Atoui, Artist Kader Attia, Artist Julie Ault, Artist Alexandra Bachzetsis, Artist Bactrian Princesses Nanni Balestrini, Artist; Poet; Writer Amy Balkin, Artist Lars Bang Larsen, Art Historian Karen Barad, Physicist; Philosopher; Theorist; Scholar; Author Bassam El Baroni, Art Critic; Curator Judith Barry, Artist Massimo Bartolini, Artist Gianfranco Baruchello, Artist Ahmed Basiony, Artist Hrach Bayadyan, Cultural Critic Thomas Bayrle, Artist Jérôme Bel, Choreographer Mario Bellatin, Advisor; Writer Gordon Bennett, Artist Jill Bennett, Cultural Historian; Theorist; Curator Franco Bifo – Berardi, Activist; Philosopher; Writer Rossella Biscotti, Artist Iwona Blazwick, Advisor; Curator Manon de Boer, Artist Alighiero Boetti, Artist Anna Boghiguian, Artist Bruno Bosteels, Critic Carol Bove, Artist Ali Brivanlou, Advisor; Biologist Kristina Buch, Artist Susan Buck-Morss, Philosopher; Cultural Historian Andrea Büttner, Artist Judith Butler, Cultural Theorist; Philosopher Gerard Byrne, Artist CAMP (founded 2007 by Shaina Anand, Sanjay Bhangar, and Ashok Sukumaran), Artists Cardiff, Janet & Bures Miller, George, Artists Emily Carr, Artist Mariana Castillo Deball, Artist Andrea Cavalletti, Philosopher George Chan, Agroscientist; Engineer Paul Chan, Artist Kudzanai Chiurai, Artist Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Artistic Director Geoff Cox, Critic; Writer; Curator Critical Art Ensemble, Artists Abraham Cruzvillegas, Artist István Csákány, Artist Attila Csörgő, Artist Antoni Cumella, Artist Salvador Dalí, Artist Marie Darrieussecq, Writer Dietmar Dath, Writer; Translator Lydia Davis, Writer; Translator Tacita Dean, Artist Mark Dion, Artist Thea Djordjadze, Artist Willie Doherty, Artist Nikola Doll, Art Historian; Curator Trisha Donnelly, Artist Sam Durant, Artist Jimmie Durham, Artist Epaminonda, Haris & Cramer, Daniel Gustav, Artists Cevdet Erek, Artist Michael Eskin, Author; Literary Critic; Publisher Faivovich, Guillermo & Goldberg, Nicolás, Artists Matias Faldbakken, Artist; Writer Geoffrey Farmer, Artist Omer Fast, Artist Lara Favaretto, Artist Silvia Federici, Feminist; Scholar; Activist Ceal Floyer, Artist Llyn Foulkes, Artist Abul Qasem Foushanji, Artist Chiara Fumai, Artist Bettina Funcke, Writer; Editor Rene Gabri, Agent; Artist; Researcher Peter L. Galison,Historian and Philosopher of Science; Filmmaker Dario Gamboni, Art Historian Ryan Gander, Artist Dora García, Artist Fernando García-Dory, Artist Mario Garcia Torres, Artist Theaster Gates, Artist Jeanno Gaussi, Artist Ashraf Ghani, Anthropologist; Political Scientist Mariam Ghani, Artist Simryn Gill, Artist

14 Kenneth Goldsmith, Poet Julio González, Artist Avery F. Gordon, Writer; Social Theorist Tue Greenfort, Agent; Artist Boris Groys, Philosopher Durs Grünbein, Poet Péter György, Cultural Theorist Zainab Haidary, Artist Fiona Hall, Artist Dorothea von Hantelmann, Art Historian Donna Haraway, Advisor; Science Studies and Cultural Theorist Michael Hardt, Philosopher; Political Theorist Graham Harman, Philosopher Salah M. Hassan, Advisor; Art Historian; Cultural Theorist Florian Hecker, Artist Alanna Heiss, Curator Daniel Heller-Roazen, Philosopher Tamara Henderson, Artist Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy, Agent; Curator; Writer Susan Hiller, Artist Horst Hoheisel, Artist Brian Holmes, Cultural Critic Judith Hopf, Artist Hourani, Khaled with Amjad Ghannam and Rashid Masharawi, Artists Pierre Huyghe, Advisor; Artist Sonallah Ibrahim, Writer Sanja Iveković, Artist Emily Jacir, Artist Alejandro Jodorowsky, Filmmaker Toril Johannessen, Artist Joan Jonas, Artist Brian Jungen, Artist Jungen, Brian and Linklater, Duane, Artists Rudolf Kaesbach, Artist Kahn, Robin & La Cooperativa Unidad Nacional Mujeres Saharauis (The National Union of Women rom Western Sahara), Artist Masood Kamandy, Artist Amar Kanwar, Artist William Kentridge, Artist Hassan Khan, Artist; Musician; Writer Sunjung Kim, Agent; Curator Adam Kleinman, Agent; Curator; Writer Alexander Kluge, Filmmaker; Writer Koyo Kouoh, Agent; Curator Joasia Krysa, Agent; Curator Christian Kuhtz, Inventor Erkki Kurenniemi, Artist; Physicist Marta Kuzma, Agent; Curator Adriana Lara, Artist Horacio Larrain Barros, Cultural Anthropologist Lê, Dinh Q. in collaboration with Vu Giang Huong, Quang Tho, Huynh Phuong Dong, Nguyen Thu, ruong Hieu, Phan Oanh, Nguyen Toan Thi, Duong Anh, Minh Phuong, Kim Tien, Quach Phong, guyen Thanh Chau, Artists Pamela M. Lee, Art Historian; Art Critic Jolyon Leslie, Architect Gabriel Lester, Artist David Levi Strauss, Art Historian; Cultural Critic David Link, Artist; Computer Scientist Maria Loboda, Artist Mark Lombardi, Artist Aníbal López, Artist Renata Lucas, Artist Lutyens, Marcos & Raimundas Malašauskas, featuring Sissel Tolaas, Artists Goshka Macuga, Artist Anna Maria Maiolino, Artist Catherine Malabou,Philosopher Nalini Malani, Artist Raimundas Malašauskas, Agent; Artist; Curator; Writer Man Ray, Artist Chus Martínez, Head of Department; Core Agent; Curator; Writer Maria Martins, Artist Francesco Matarrese, Artist Fabio Mauri, Artist Julie Mehretu, Artist John Menick, Artist; Writer; Filmmaker Christoph Menke, Philosopher Gustav Metzger, Artist Lee Miller, Photographer W. J. T. Mitchell, Art Historian Aman Mojadidi, Artist MOON Kyungwon & JEON Joonho, Artists Gareth Moore, Artist Giorgio Morandi, Artist Romaine Moreton, Poet Rabih Mroué, Artist Stephen Muecke, Cultural Theorist; Writer Christian Philipp Müller, Artist Zanele Muholi, Artist Ingo Niermann, Writer Arne Nordheim, Composer M.A. Numminen, Composer; Performer Objects damaged during the Lebanese Civil War (1975–90), Deformed Sculptures Hans Ulrich Obrist, Critic; Curator Shinro Ohtake, Artist Rahraw Omarzad, Artist Roman Ondák, Artist Füsun Onur, Artist The Otolith Group, Artists Lívia Páldi, Agent; Curator Christodoulos Panayiotou, Artist

15 Nikos Papastergiadis, Cultural Theorist Aaron Peck, Writer; Art Critic Giuseppe Penone, Artist Claire Pentecost, Artist Alexei Penzin, Philosopher Hetti Perkins, Agent; Curator Michael Petzet, Advisor; Conservationist Susan Philipsz, Artist Pratchaya Phinthong, Artist Sopheap Pich, Artist Griselda Pollock, Art Historian; Cultural Theorist Lea Porsager, Artist Michael Portnoy, Artist Margaret Preston, Artist Seth Price, Artist Ana Prvacki, Artist Walid Raad, Artist Atiq Rahimi, Writer Michael Rakowitz, Artist Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Artist Doreen Reid Nakamarra, Artist Pedro Reyes, Artist Gunnar Richter, Artist; Historian Sarah Rifky, Agent; Curator Stuart Ringholt, Artist Robbins, Ruth & Red Vaughan Tremmel, Artists Rodas, Juana Marta & Isidrez, Julia, Artists Suely Rolnik, Unconscious Analyst Jacqueline Rose, Cultural Theorist Andrew Ross, Social and Cultural Analyst Pascal Rousseau, Art Historian; Curator Paul Ryan, Artist Hannah Ryggen, Artist Nawal El Saadawi, Writer Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Architect Anri Sala, Artist Charlotte Salomon, Artist Issa Samb, Artist; Writer Annemarie Sauzeau, Writer; Art Critic Ines Schaber, Artist Eva Scharrer, Agent; Curator; Writer; Art Historian Kitty Scott, Agent; Curator Tino Sehgal, Artist Albert Serra, Filmmaker; Artist Nicola Setari, Agent, Philosopher Tejal Shah, Artist Wael Shawky, Artist Zolaykha Sherzad, Designer Adania Shibli, Writer Vandana Shiva, Seed Activist Nedko Solakov, Artist Song Dong, Artist Tamás St.Turba, Non-Art-Artist Alexandra Sukhareva, Artist Imre Szeman, Cultural Theorist Mika Taanila, Artist, Filmmaker Mohsen Taasha, Artist G. M. Tamás,Philosopher Alexander Tarakhovsky, Advisor; Geneticist Michael Taussig, Advisor; Anthropologist Jane Taylor, Advisor; Cultural Theorist; Writer Javier Téllez, Artist Aase Texmon Rygh, Artist Warwick Thornton, Filmmaker Time/Bank (e-flux: Julieta Aranda & Anton Vidokle), Artists Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri, Artist Jalal Toufic, Artist; Writer Rosemarie Trockel, Artist Mario Tronti, Political Philosopher Vandy Rattana, Artist; Photographer Vann Nath, Artist Chiara Vecchiarelli, Curator; Writer Ignacio Vidal-Folch, Writer Enrique Vila-Matas, Writer Andrea Viliani, Agent; Curator Adrián Villar Rojas, Artist Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, Anthropologist Jeronimo Voss, Artist Vu Giang Huong, Artist Roy Wagner, Anthropologist Ian Wallace, Artist Jessica Warboys, Artist Lori Waxman, Critic Clemens von Wedemeyer, Artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul in collaboration with Chaisiri Jiwarangsan, Filmmakers; Artists Lawrence Weiner, Artist Eyal Weizman, Architect Yan Lei, Artist Haegue Yang, Artist Akram Zaatari, Artist Zalmaï, Artist Alejandro Zambra, Writer Anton Zeilinger, Advisor; Physicist Konrad Zuse, Artist; Computer Engineer

16 Kassel (Alemania) Aschrott Fountain Bali Cinema Bolero Kassel Breitenau Memorial Brothers Grimm Museum Department Store C&A Department Store Galeria Kaufhof Department Store Sinnleffers Dock 4 Studiobühne documenta-Halle Dschingis Khan Restaurant Fridericianum Friedrichsplatz Parking Garage Friedrichsstr. 28 Gloria Cinema Grand City Hotel Hessenland Handwerkskammer Hauptbahnhof Huguenothouse Karlsaue Park Kaskade Cinema Neue Galerie Obere Karlsstr. 4 (Ex-Bakery) Oberste Gasse 4 (Ex-Elisabeth Hospital) Orangerie Ottoneum Schlachthof Spohrstr.7 (Ex-Finance Building) Staatstheater Ständehaus Untere Karlsstr. 14 Weinberg Bunker Weinberg Terraces Youth Library Kabul (Afganistan) Bamiyan (Afganistan) Alejandria (Egipto) El Cairo (Egipto) Banff (Canada)

17 Adrián Villar Rojas Weinberg Terraces

18 académico, activista, activista capital, agente, agente principal, agrocientífico, agroecologista, analista cultural, analista inconsciente, analista social, antropólogo, antropólogo cultural, antropólogo de la globalización, arqueólogo, arquitecto, artista, artista de no-arte, artistas, asesor, autor, bailarín, biólogo, científico, científico informático, cineasta, cineastas, compositor, Comunes, conservador, coreógrafo, corrector, crítico, crítico cultural, crítico de arte, crítico literario, curador, director artístico, director cinematográfico, director de departamento, diseñador, economista, editor, escritor, esculturas deformadas, feminista, filósofo, filósofo de la ciencia, filósofo de la política, físico, fotógrafo, genetista, hipnoterapeuta, historiador, historiador de la cultura, historiador del arte, iconólogo, ingeniero, ingeniero informático, inventor, investigador, jardinero, músico, performer, poeta, poetas, politólogo, psicoanalista, sacerdote, teórico, singularidades de cualquier tipo, teórico cultural, teórico de estudios científicos, teórico político, teórico social, traductor, zoólogo.

19 Tamás St.Turba Trustee in bankruptcy of IPUT (International Parallel Union of Telecommunications); Agent of NETRAF (Neo- Socialist. Realist. IPUTs Global Counter Arthist.ory- Falsifiers Front); engaged in the Intermedia Crèche of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts; propagator of the St.Rike and the Subsist. ence Level St.andard Project 1984 W (with this he participated in FIU during documenta 6, 1977) Fideicomisario en bancarrota de IPUT (Unión Internacional Paralela de Telecomunicaciones); Agente de NETRAF (Neo-socialista. Realista. Frente Global Contra Falsificadores de la Hist.oria artística); contratado en la Guardería Infantil Intermedios de la Universidad húngara de Bellas Artes; propagador de San Golpe (de los ricos) y del Nivel Subsist.encia del Proyecto San Estándar 1984 W (con esto participó en FIU durante documenta 6, 1977 ) Evento: Jul 2012 / Gloria Cinema Béla Balázs Studio - Tamás St. Turba & Dezsö Magyar: : Centaur, Agitátorok (The Agitators)

20 académico, activista, activista capital, agente, agente principal, agrocientífico, agroecologista, analista cultural, analista inconsciente, analista social, antropólogo, antropólogo cultural, antropólogo de la globalización, arqueólogo, arquitecto, artista, artista de no-arte, artistas, asesor, autor, bailarín, biólogo, científico, científico informático, cineasta, cineastas, compositor, Comunes, conservador, coreógrafo, corrector, crítico, crítico cultural, crítico de arte, crítico literario, curador, director artístico, director cinematográfico, director de departamento, diseñador, economista, editor, escritor, esculturas deformadas, feminista, filósofo, filósofo de la ciencia, filósofo de la política, físico, fotógrafo, genetista, hipnoterapeuta, historiador, historiador de la cultura, historiador del arte, iconólogo, ingeniero, ingeniero informático, inventor, investigador, jardinero, músico, performer, poeta, poetas, politólogo, psicoanalista, sacerdote, teórico, singularidades de cualquier tipo, teórico cultural, teórico de estudios científicos, teórico político, teórico social, traductor, zoólogo.

21 Objetos dañados durante la guerra civil libanesa (1975–1990) Se trata de dos objetos arqueológicos provenientes del Museo Nacional de Beirut, catalogados con los N° y 28108, en que las fusiones de metal, marfil, vidrio, terracota y bronce son resultado de las altas temperaturas alcanzadas durante un fuego causado por el bombardeo de una área de almacenamiento

22 25 Mar 2011 / negative form By horst hoheisel Horst Hoheisel, Negative Form, 1987 Negative Form is a counter-monument designed by the artist Horst Hoheisel in The work revisits the history of a public fountain, financed by a Jewish banker, which was destroyed by the National Socialists. This ghost structure was reproduced as a hollow shell, inverted, and ultimately submerged into the site where the piece of civic architecture once stood. Photos courtesy of Horst Hoheisel Negative FormHorst Hoheisel

23 Horst Hoheisel: Aschrott Fountain cleaning, 10 am, March 29, 2011 Artist Horst Hoheisel, with Artistic Director of dOCUMENTA (13), Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, will perform the monthly cleaning of Negative Form, Hoheisel's counter-memorial to the Aschrott Fountain in the center of Kassel. Christov-Bakargiev states: "In this shared event, recalling feminist performances that involve the act of cleaning, the Latin term curare meaning 'to attend to' is taken literally, and the memory of the void, the lost form, is renewed."

24 Horst Hoheisel: Aschrott Fountain cleaning, 10 am, March 29, 2011 The Aschrott Fountain was named after Sigmund Aschrott, the Jewish benefactor who commissioned it from architect Karl Roth as a gift to the city of Kassel in In April 1939, the narrow sandstone obelisk of the fountain in front of the City Hall was destroyed by the Nazis.

25 Horst Hoheisel: Aschrott Fountain cleaning, 10 am, March 29, 2011 In 1987, artist Horst Hoheisel completed Negative Form. It is a sound that draws us "into the depths of history, Hoheisel suggests, where "perhaps we will encounter feelings of loss, of a disturbed place, of lost form." Turned invisible, Hoheisel's fountain is a "counter-monument" that exists orally and actively, as a rumor that keeps the history and memory of the holocaust circulating. As the artist puts it, "it is not a place to put flowers for him it is "a wound not to be paved or glossed over." In a monthly ritual, Hoheisel personally cleans the fountain as he has carefully done for the past 25 years.

26 Horst Hoheisel: Aschrott Fountain cleaning, 10 am, March 29, 2011 Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and Horst Hoheisel with photographs of the Aschrott Fountain in Kassel before and after it was destroyed by Nazi troops in 1939; The artist Horst Hoheisel is known for his Holocaust memorial artworks because of the piece he did in Kassel in 1987 – there was a fountain called the Aschrott Fountain, which was destroyed by the Nazis in 38, so he proposed to make the same fountain shape but as a cast underground. Walter De Marias The Vertical Earth Kilometer [1977] in Kassel may have influenced him; its a kind of post-documenta piece in which an iron plate on the ground is always at body temperature, even when it is snowing.

27 Walter De Maria, The Vertical Earth Kilometer,1977, Kassel, Germany; The Vertical Earth Kilometer, located in the Friedrichsplatz Park in Kassel, Germany, is a one-Kilometer long brass rod five centimeters (two inches) in diameter. The full length of the rod is inserted into the ground with the top lying flush to the surface of the earth. A red sandstone square surrounds the brass rods flat circular top, commemorating the undistinguished top of the pole, which could otherwise be mistaken for a large blank coin. Installed in 1977, the VEK is the work of famed American artist Walter De Maria, whose other work with metal rods includes the Lightning Field and the Broken Kilometer. But this is by far De Maria's most subtle, and bizarre, work. The piece is almost entirely hidden from view, confining its existence to the trusting mind of the viewer.

28 The boring of the shaft, which goes through six geological layers, took seventy-nine days. The continuous metal rod is made up of lengths measuring 167 meters each, that are screwed tightly together. The sandstone square which surrounds the top of the shaft is at the intersection of two paths which traverse the Friedrichsplatz in Kassel, Germany, site of the international contemporary art survey, Documenta.

29 Horst Hoheisel: Aschrott Fountain cleaning, 10 am, March 29, 2011 Según CCB Its a kind of entanglement. The fountain has a neo-gothic shape and it gets really dirty down there. Hoheisel has a contract with the city as a street cleaner and his only task is to clean his own artwork once a month. Every year since 1987 his contract has been renewed. I asked him whos going to do it when hes dead and he said, ´I dont know, maybe my children will´ so there is this strange story of this artist-labourer who is cleaning this artwork which is a hole in time. To give the work visibility, we did the fountain cleaning publicly in March, like a performance Cleaning Negative Form, 29 March 2011

30 25 May 2011 / a brief history of collapses (diagram) By mariam ghani A research map for Mariam Ghani's project A Brief History of Collapses to be filmed in the Dar ul-Aman Palace in Kabul and the Fridericianum in Kassel in See also (http://www.kabul-reconstructions.net/mariam/correspondences/Correspondences/ ) See also

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35 académico, activista, activista capital, agente, agente principal, agrocientífico, agroecologista, analista cultural, analista inconsciente, analista social, antropólogo, antropólogo cultural, antropólogo de la globalización, arqueólogo, arquitecto, artista, artista de no-arte, artistas, asesor, autor, bailarín, biólogo, científico, científico informático, cineasta, cineastas, compositor, Comunes, conservador, coreógrafo, corrector, crítico, crítico cultural, crítico de arte, crítico literario, curador, director artístico, director cinematográfico, director de departamento, diseñador, economista, editor, escritor, esculturas deformadas, feminista, filósofo, filósofo de la ciencia, filósofo de la política, físico, fotógrafo, genetista, hipnoterapeuta, historiador, historiador de la cultura, historiador del arte, iconólogo, ingeniero, ingeniero informático, inventor, investigador, jardinero, músico, performer, poeta, poetas, politólogo, psicoanalista, sacerdote, teórico, singularidades de cualquier tipo, teórico cultural, teórico de estudios científicos, teórico político, teórico social, traductor, zoólogo.

36 AND …AND …AND is not a person or a thing, irreducible to an origin, in the middle of actions, occurrences, figures, gestures. AND in language is first and foremost a conjunction: together with, along with, with, as well as, in addition to, also; besides, furthermore; informally, it is a plus. The dots between the ANDs are the blanks to fill and still there is always more ANDs and more dots to fill. By many means necessary, thus, embracing, involving, taking in, embodying, standing for, undoing, dancing, revoking, conjoining, commoning, profaning, learning, planting, caring, outstretching, smiling.

37 Alicia Romero, Marcelo Giménez 2102


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