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Contemporary Artist, Stefano Cagol, fresh from the 2013 Venice Biennale talks about his work to MA in Global Media & Transnational Communications students. 12th February, 3.30pm, NAB Seminar 102. All welcome
Trigger the border (A monolith of ice appears on the Venice shore, melting under the summer sun): What do these references mean in an age marked by climate change and global warming? In this talk Cagol will present two projects from 2013, The Ice Monolith which was part of the Maldives Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale, and The End of the Border (of the mind) for the Barents Art Triennale. He will reflect on these works in light of a piece marking an important methodological development in his research and practice, Bird Flu / Vogelgrippe (2006), and his first experience in the Arctic in 2010 which was presented at the 54th Venice Biennale.
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