Avatud loeng seminari sarjast MITTE-AURA: Teemu Mäki “ART, POLITICS, RESEARCH AND HAPPINESS — How Are They Related To Each Other?”

Asukoht:
graafika osakond, Lembitu 10B, ruum 144

Algus k.p.:
11.12.2017

Algusaeg:
16:00

Lõpp k.p.:
11.12.2017

 

11. detsember kell 16.00, graafika osakond, Lembitu 10B, ruum 144

On Monday, 11 December at 4 pm there will be an open lecture ART, POLITICS, RESEARCH AND HAPPINESS – How Are They Related To Each Other by Finnish artist, writer and director Teemu Mäki. 

Teemu Mäki describes his activities in the following way: “I work in the fields of art, philosophy and politics by whatever means necessary. The results are usually some kind of visual art, literature, theatre, film or theory. For me art is the most flexible, versatile and holistic form of philosophy and politics”.

Good reading beforehand if someone is interested:

A Practical Utopia / Käytännöllinen utopia
(Published in RUUKKU – Studies in Artistic Research, 13.10.2013)
https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/89494/89495

Art and Research Colliding / Nokkakolari – taide ja tutkimus kohtaavat
(Published in JAR – Journal for Artistic Research, 26.5.2014)
https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/49919/49920

 

TEEMU MÄKI (b 1967 in Lapua, Finland) is an artist, director, writer and researcher (Doctor of Fine Arts, Finnish Academy of Fine Arts 2005). Since 1990 he has been an independent, freelancing artist, except for the years 2008–2013, when he was the Professor of Fine Arts in Aalto University.

Mäki has had 51 solo exhibitions, participated in about 200 group shows, written seven books and directed and written numerous theatre plays, films and operas.

www.teemumaki.com
www.kuvataiteilijamatrikkeli.fi/fi/taiteilijat/2580


Seminar series Non Aura in the autumn semester 2017/2018 consists of 11 lectures and talks from different fields, which take place on Mondays from 4 pm. Seminar series is a free elective that gives
3 ECTS.You are warmly welcome!
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