schedule

 

Thursday

6:00 – 9:00PM
SUMMIT WELCOME PARTY AT PUBLIC ART AGENCY SWEDEN

Welcome Party with DJ Femtastic
Stockholm Galleries Open Hours
Book Reception with Claire Doherty

Location: Public Art Agency Sweden, Hälsingegatan 45, Stockholm

 


 

 

Friday

10:00AM
INTRODUCTION AND OPENING REMARKS

Anne Pasternak
Magdalena Malm

 

 

10:15AM
THE CREATIVE TIME SUMMIT IN CONTEXT

Nato Thompson

 

 

10:25AM
PERFORMANCE

Silvana Imam

 

 

10:40AM
KEYNOTE

Saskia Sassen

 

 

11:10AM
BREAK

 

 

11:25AM
SECTION 1: NATIONALISMS

The recent European elections have demonstrated that nationalism remains a galvanizing force whose presence seems to only increase with the growth of interconnected labor forces. Identification with the state, particularly through lines of heritage, history, and racial identification, serves as a rallying cry across the international arena.

Ram Manikkalingam (moderator)
Jonas Hassen Khemiri
Mariam Ghani
Jonas Dahlberg
Elisa Santos, Temporary Occupations
Jonas Staal
Matt Lucero and Tuan Andrew Nguyen, the Propeller Group

 

 

1:00PM
LUNCH

Ghana ThinkTank Workshop

Foajé, Lobby, 3rd Floor

Creative Time Reports Film Program

Ekoteket Café Screening Area, 2nd Floor

Conversation: Jonas Staal and the Propeller Group

Hörsalen Summit Auditorium, 3rd Floor

Kickstarter Workshop with Victoria Rogers

Ekoteket Café, 2nd Floor

 

 

2:15PM
SUMMIT LAB

The Commons Passport with María Villa

 

 

2:40PM
SECTION 2: PERFORMING THE CITY

The city operates not just as backdrop to public art but also as inspiration and a site and stage for opposition. While some artists enjoy what is possible in the city, others produce new lenses to understand its possibilities. The relation between artist and city is often performative–and like the city, these expressions range from grandiose to quietly intimate.

Andrea Phillips (moderator)
Myriam Lefkowitz
Nástio Mosquito
Núria Güell
Poste Restante
Jeremy Deller in conversation with Nato Thompson

 

 

4:10PM
SUMMIT LAB

The Line with María Villa

 

 

4:35PM
FILM

Delay, Santiago Mostyn, 2014

Courtesy of Santiago Mostyn

 

 

4:40PM
BREAK

 

 

4:55PM
SECTION 3: ACTIVATING PUBLIC SPACE

Public art today includes projects that strive to activate the civic beyond the level of aesthetics. These artists deploy forms of engagement that enliven and contest what is possible in the commons. These practices offer an alternative to formal modes of art production and a new sense of the role of culture in the composition of the urban landscape.

Magdalena Malm (moderator)
Nina Möntmann
Roberta Uno
Joanna Warsza
Maria Lind, Tensta Konsthall
Bettina Pehrsson, Marabouparken
Work Group Representing Konsthall C
Miriam Andersson Blecher, Botkyrka Konsthall

 

 

6:35PM
CLOSING REMARKS

 

 

7:00 – 11:00PM
SUMMIT SOCIALS

Drinks, Moderna Bar. Public. 7:00 – 7:30PM
Dinner, The Restaurant. Ticketed. 7:30 – 9:30PM
Music by Mums Mums, Moderna Bar. Public. 9:30PM

Location: Moderna Museet, Exercisplan 4 111 49, Stockholm

View the Summit Socials page for details.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Saturday

10:00AM
INTRODUCTION

Laura Raicovich

 

 

10:10AM
LEONORE ANNENBERG PRIZE FOR ART AND SOCIAL CHANGE AWARD CEREMONY

Introduction by Elizabeth Sorensen
Presentation by Amar Kanwar
Amar Kanwar, in conversation with Carol Becker

 

 

10:55AM
PERFORMANCE

Malin Arnell

 

 

11:10AM
BREAK

 

 

11:40AM
KEYNOTE

Edi Rama, Prime Minister of Albania

 

 

12:10PM
FILM

One Flew Over the Void, Javier Tellez, 2005

Courtesy of Galerie Peter Kilchmann

 

 

12:20PM
SUMMIT LAB

The Torn Pages with María Villa

 

 

12:45PM
LUNCH

Ghana ThinkTank Workshop

Foajé, Lobby, 3rd Floor

Conversation: Dora García and Jill Magid

Ekoteket Café, 2nd Floor

Kickstarter Workshop with Victoria Rogers

Ekoteket Café, 2nd Floor

Performance Workshop with Myriam Lefkowitz

Hörsalen Summit Auditorium, 3rd Floor

 

 

2:05PM
FILM

Serious Games I: Watson is Down, Harun Farocki, 2010

Courtesy of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris Salzburg, copyright Harun Farocki Filmproduktion

 

 

2:15PM
SECTION 4: ART IN THE AGE OF SURVEILLANCE

If the 1990s was the age of surveillance, then the current period has compounded this troubling sense of being watched. The recent revelations of NSA surveillance are exacerbated by the fact that self-surveilling has become the common language of contemporary life. As the private and public become deeply intertwined, their political and personal implications are increasingly conflated.

Birgitta Jónsdóttir (moderator)
Jill Magid
Metahaven
Tomáš Rafa
Dora Garcia
Natalya Eryomenko, Vera Ermolaeva Foundation of Contemporary Feminist Art Initiatives
 

 

3:35PM
SUMMIT LAB

Your Problem Is My Problem with María Villa

 

 

4:00PM
BREAK

 

 

4:15PM
FILM

How Not to Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational .MOV, Hito Steyerl, 2014

Courtesy of Hito Stereyl and Andrew Krepps Gallery

 

 

4:20PM
SECTION 5: MIGRATIONS

Migrants are individuals caught between the boundaries of nation-states and the reality of international economics. These conditions place them paradoxically at the center of global politics and yet still at the periphery of international human rights. How are artists navigating and producing works at the heart of this paradox?

Soraya Post (moderator)
Christopher Robbins and John Ewing, Ghana ThinkTank
Olga Jitlina and Andrey Yakimov, The Amanda Weil Award Lecture
Tone Olaf Nielsen
Favianna Rodriguez
Ahmet Ögüt
Tania Bruguera

 

 

5:50PM
CLOSING REMARKS

 

 

7:00 – 11:00PM
SUMMIT SOCIALS

Open Studios 7:00 – 9:00PM
Party 9:00PM

Location: Studio Mossutställningar – Hangövägen 18, 115 41 Stockholm

View the Summit Socials page for details.

 

 

 


 

 

Sunday

Join us for informal gallery tours and workshops,
or go out on your own to explore the Stockholm art scene.

 

11:00AM – 5:00PM
TOURS, WORKSHOPS, AND OPEN HOURS

View the Summit Sunday page for details.

 

 

 

Schedule subject to change.