Residencies Studio Sessions: Designing Simulations as Art by Valentina Karga (Greece/Germany), Artist-in-Residence

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Residencies Studio Sessions: Designing Simulations as Art by Valentina Karga (Greece/Germany), Artist-in-Residence

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7 Mar 2019, Thu 07:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Studio #01-05, Block 38 Malan Road

The current ecological, economic, social, and political crises point to a deeper ontological crisis: We are experiencing a transition from the hegemonic paradigms of modernity to a more fluid configuration of value systems. The artistic practice of Valentina Karga—which she calls “Designing Simulations as Art”—addresses this radical shift and experiments with the creation of social structures that allow for difference and sustainable forms of communal existence. Strongly process-oriented, her work often generates collective actions through the engagement of specific communities. In this talk, Karga will presents a selection of past projects and share about her current research interest in prehistoric matriarchal societies and early representations of the anthropos (the human being).

The talk will take place in the artist’s studio.

Date

2019-03-07

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In this talk, Karga will presents a selection of past projects and share about her current research interest in prehistoric matriarchal societies and early representations of the anthropos (the human being).

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General

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Onsite (CCA)

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No

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Citation

“Residencies Studio Sessions: Designing Simulations as Art by Valentina Karga (Greece/Germany), Artist-in-Residence,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed August 18, 2022, https://ntuccasingapore.omeka.net/items/show/2529.