• 'Gazes from Syria' at Mood Swings

    exhibition

    31. März - 28. Mai 2017
    frei_raum Q21 exhibition space/ MuseumsQuartier Wien
    MOOD SWINGS – On Mood Politics, Sentiment Data, Market Sentiments and Other Sentiment Agencies
  • Collecting in the Collection

    screening

    Nordlichter: Kinopolar-Festival
    27.01. - 29.01.2017
    Museum für Völkerkunde Hamburg
    Collecting in the Collection: 46 Inuit artifacts in the Ethnological Museum from Franz Boas’s 1883-4 Baffin Island expedition
  • Ape Matters

    lecture

    STUDIUM GENERALE RIETVELD ACADEMIE 2015–16
    Program with Annet Dekker, Florian Göttke and Anna Zett
    February 3 at 13.30, RIETVELD'S GYM, Fred Roeskestraat 96
    Starting from his work Anthroprosaic from 2007, Florian Göttke will talk about understanding the relationship between human and animal through the lens of critical and cultural posthumanism. Anthroprosaic is a series of twelve small bronze sculptures presented in and around the model of a high-rise building. The work shows a band of ape-like beings in an abandoned human environment, where they interact with the remnants of our human society.
  • Burning Effigies with Bakhtinian Laughter

    PHD RESEARCH ARTICLE PUBLISHED!

     
    Fresh from the digital press:
    an article in the peer-reviewed European Journal of Humour Research. The article explores the aspects of the carnivalesque in the burning or hanging of effigies as political protest. You can download it here: http://www.europeanjournalofhumour.org/index.php/ejhr/issue/view/11/showToc
  • Burning Images: Mediating Bodily Presence

    lecture

     
    12 June 2015, University of Amsterdam
    lecture in the framework of the Cross-Media Seminar at ASCA/UvA
  • Carnivals of Grief and Shrines to Democracy

    A Trialogue

    19 March 2015, 14:30 - 19:00

    Studium Generale of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy
    at de Brakke Grond

     

    
A trialogue between curator Claire Tancons, artist Florian Göttke and folklorist Jack Santino. 
Curated and hosted by Claire Tancons.
  • 'Gazes from Syria' at Mood Swings

    exhibition

    31. März - 28. Mai 2017
    frei_raum Q21 exhibition space/ MuseumsQuartier Wien
    MOOD SWINGS – On Mood Politics, Sentiment Data, Market Sentiments and Other Sentiment Agencies
  • Collecting in the Collection

    screening

    Nordlichter: Kinopolar-Festival
    27.01. - 29.01.2017
    Museum für Völkerkunde Hamburg
    Collecting in the Collection: 46 Inuit artifacts in the Ethnological Museum from Franz Boas’s 1883-4 Baffin Island expedition
  • Ape Matters

    lecture

    STUDIUM GENERALE RIETVELD ACADEMIE 2015–16
    Program with Annet Dekker, Florian Göttke and Anna Zett
    February 3 at 13.30, RIETVELD'S GYM, Fred Roeskestraat 96
    Starting from his work Anthroprosaic from 2007, Florian Göttke will talk about understanding the relationship between human and animal through the lens of critical and cultural posthumanism. Anthroprosaic is a series of twelve small bronze sculptures presented in and around the model of a high-rise building. The work shows a band of ape-like beings in an abandoned human environment, where they interact with the remnants of our human society.
  • Burning Effigies with Bakhtinian Laughter

    PHD RESEARCH ARTICLE PUBLISHED!

     
    Fresh from the digital press:
    an article in the peer-reviewed European Journal of Humour Research. The article explores the aspects of the carnivalesque in the burning or hanging of effigies as political protest. You can download it here: http://www.europeanjournalofhumour.org/index.php/ejhr/issue/view/11/showToc
  • Burning Images: Mediating Bodily Presence

    lecture

     
    12 June 2015, University of Amsterdam
    lecture in the framework of the Cross-Media Seminar at ASCA/UvA
  • Carnivals of Grief and Shrines to Democracy

    A Trialogue

    19 March 2015, 14:30 - 19:00

    Studium Generale of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy
    at de Brakke Grond

     

    
A trialogue between curator Claire Tancons, artist Florian Göttke and folklorist Jack Santino. 
Curated and hosted by Claire Tancons.
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