Art/Law Features and Related Events

EVENT – What is the relationship between sound and social justice? – 27/28 May 2022

Featuring rapper & activist: Lowkey MC  » Tickets are now available via the Brighton Fringe website here «   A two-day event hosting a variety of speakers, panels and workshops including academics, artists, and activists. At the University of Brighton (UK) on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th May. Themes include:   Rap                     …

EVENT – Brighton Artists Network ‘Collaborators Speed Dating’ – 28 April 2022

Brighton Artists Network ‘Collaborators Speed Dating’ WHEN: 28 April, 6 – 8 pm WHERE: Robin Hood Pub, 1 – 3 Norfolk Pl, BN1 2PF   Brighton Artists Network, the network for artists of all disciplines living and working in Brighton, is launching its 2022 – 23 Programme with their first ever ‘Collaborators Speed Dating’ event….

Mhamad Safa showing ‘Red in Tooth’ Sussex Law and Art Research Cluster 5-6.30pm Wednesday 16 March 2022

Guest Visit by Mhamad Safa showing ‘Red in Tooth’ (made by Dala Nasser in collaboration with Mhamad Safa and Jad Youssef 2019).  Wednesday 16th March 5-6.30pm Ashdown House Room 106, University of Sussex  Sussex Law and Art Research Cluster  Red in tooth was shot over the span of 3 months recording the drive to the Wazzani River…

VIRTUAL EVENT – Justice: Cold Rights in a Warming World – 3 March 2022

Artist talk by Susan Schuppli, in conversation with Carey Young WHEN: March 3rd, 6-7.30pm, Zoom Artist-researcher Susan Schuppli will show and discuss her work, which explores the ways in which non-human witnesses such as materials and objects can enter public discourse and testify to historical events, especially those involving political violence, ethnic conflict and war…

WORKSHOP SERIES – Precarity: Poetic and Aesthetic Explorations – Workshop 2: 4 March 2022

Online Rolling Series of Workshops Convened by: Louiza Odysseos, University of Sussex & Ritu Vij, University of Aberdeen Workshops will last approx. FOUR hours and will take place on Zoom (links TBC). Please email the co-organisers at L.Odysseos@sussex.ac.uk and R.Vij@abdn.ac.uk to be added to the list for zoom link circulation.   These workshops offer critical-reconstructive…

WORKSHOP SERIES – Precarity: Poetic and Aesthetic Explorations – Workshop 3: 11 March 2022

Online Rolling Series of Workshops Convened by: Louiza Odysseos, University of Sussex & Ritu Vij, University of Aberdeen Workshops will last approx. FOUR hours and will take place on Zoom (links TBC). Please email the co-organisers at L.Odysseos@sussex.ac.uk and R.Vij@abdn.ac.uk to be added to the list for zoom link circulation.   These workshops offer critical-reconstructive…

WORKSHOP SERIES – Precarity: Poetic and Aesthetic Explorations – Workshop 4: 18 March 2022

Online Rolling Series of Workshops Convened by: Louiza Odysseos, University of Sussex & Ritu Vij, University of Aberdeen Workshops will last approx. FOUR hours and will take place on Zoom (links TBC). Please email the co-organisers at L.Odysseos@sussex.ac.uk and R.Vij@abdn.ac.uk to be added to the list for zoom link circulation.   These workshops offer critical-reconstructive…

WORKSHOP SERIES – Precarity: Poetic and Aesthetic Explorations – Workshop 5: 25 March 2022

Online Rolling Series of Workshops Convened by: Louiza Odysseos, University of Sussex & Ritu Vij, University of Aberdeen Workshops will last approx. FOUR hours and will take place on Zoom (links TBC). Please email the co-organisers at L.Odysseos@sussex.ac.uk and R.Vij@abdn.ac.uk to be added to the list for zoom link circulation.   These workshops offer critical-reconstructive…

VIRTUAL EVENT – The Translation of Trauma – 20 May 2022

WHEN: Friday 20th May 2022 9.30am – 3.30pm TICKETS: £125.00 per person available on Eventbrite.   A collaboration between the Founding Director of TouchBase/Attachment & Trauma Recovery Specialist/Author – Louise Michele Bombèr and Artistic Director/Choreographer Charlotte Vincent (Vincent Dance Theatre). This training day offers an opportunity to dive deeper into a profound and engaging dialogue…

EXHIBITION – These Conditions – Running until 8 April 2022 (New York)

WHERE: Annex, Level C, Brooklyn Army Terminal, 80 58th St, Brooklyn, NY 11220 WHEN: Open to the public Saturdays and Sundays, 12–6 pm. Also open to classes by appointment.   The Vera List Center for Art and Politics presents Adelita Husni Bey’s These Conditions, an exhibition and pedagogical film set at the Brooklyn Army Terminal. As the…

PUBLICATION – Folio F: Services Working Group (English/German edition)

Edited by Eric Golo Stone, Fillip is pleased to announce the release of Services Working Group, a new publication presenting complete transcripts from the ground-breaking working group on labour relations and institutional governance in the arts organized in 1994 by Helmut Draxler and Andrea Fraser at the Kunstraum of the University of Lüneburg. Held on…

EVENT – Law and Video Art: presented by The Westminster Law & Theory Lab – 10 February 2022

The Westminster Law & Theory Lab invites you to a day on: Law and Video Art WHEN: Thursday 10 Feb 2022, 15:00 – 19:00 WHERE: Room CG.02 University of Westminster, 15 New Cavendish St, London W1B 2HW Eventbrite tickets available here. Participating Artists Ifor Duncan – https://hscif.org/duncan/  Helene Kazan – http://www.helenekazan.co.uk/  Mhamad Safa – https://www.mhamadsafa.com/ Nicole Zilberszac – https://www.instagram.com/nicole_noze_arts/?hl=en …

FEATURE: Art Law Colouring Book – courtesy of The Law Office of Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento

As we traverse the third (or is it fourth) round of some pandemic, many of you are left once again to your own devices when it comes to educating your children. With this in mind, The Art & Law Program has put together a colouring book on the topics of…yes, art and law. The Art…

EXHIBITION – The Insurgent Archive: Counter-narratives and Representations: Genoa 2001 – Running until 30 March 2022

WHERE: Laveronica arte contemporanea via Grimaldi 93 97015 Modica Ragusa Italy T +39 0932 188 1704 info@gallerialaveronica.it www.gallerialaveronica.it HOURS: Monday–Saturday 10am–7pm   Laveronica Arte contemporanea is pleased to announce the opening of its next exhibition The Insurgent Archive from December 30, in its own rooms and at Palazzo De Leva. Conceived for the twentieth anniversary…

CfP – Through A Legal Lens: Law, History & Visual Culture | DEADLINE – 1 February 2022

Law is often seen, and indeed often presents itself, as image-less, a text-based discourse. Perhaps for this reason, the use of images in legal historical research is an undervalued and under-researched – if fascinating – area. This one-day virtual conference (26th May 2022) aims to encourage the asking of questions, to reflect the growing interest…

‘HOMEing’ Online Seminar Series – Race, Precarity & Public Space FREE WEBINAR & Q&A (1pm, 14 December 2021) – Erasure & Memorialisation through Space: Tiger Bay & the Medical Military Museum

There will be a webinar on 14 December at 1pm, in which Adnan Shafi will discuss his research into the relationship between race, precarity and public space in the Cardiff/Tiger Bay in Wales. The Art/Law Network invited Adnan, a member of Butetown Matters and a Law & Politics student, to investigate how the diverse local…

CfP – Aesthetics of Law in External Frame: From Methodology to Manifestations | DEADLINE – 31 May 2022

This call for papers is intended as an opportunity for dialogue and exchange of views in the field of various manifestation of law in the broad understood art or related to art, which are captured within the aesthetics of law. In view of the topics suggested in the call, we propose this book with the…

Panel Discussion: How can we build a fairer, more equitable, more democratic cultural sector? – 30 November 2021

Join a panel of activists, organisers, and cultural workers as they discuss the challenges currently faced by the UK cultural sector and, particularly, the mechanisms via which more equitable futures could be brought into being: from union representation to collective working, co-operative economies to universal basic income. When: Tuesday 30th November , 18:00 – 19:30 Location:…

Art Law and Disruptive Technologies: NFTs and the Law Workshop Sussex Art and Law Research Cluster 17 November 2021

Art, Law, and Disruptive Technologies: NFTs and the Law Workshop  November 17 Afternoon 2-4pm UK Time (Online and In Person)  Non-fungible tokens are smart contracts that have been encoded using a work, and they link to that work. These can be traded and sold using cryptocurrencies, and they have started to revolutionise the art market, with…

Deep Sea Mining, thinking with the Oceans with Mekhala Dave Sussex Art and Law Research Cluster Tuesday 26 October 2021

Deep Sea Mining, thinking with the Oceans  Mekhala Dave, University of the Applied Arts and TBA21-Academy, Vienna  Tuesday 26 October 5-6.30 UK Time (Online)  Sussex Art and Law Research Cluster The vocabulary in the law of the sea convention (LOSC 1982) is reflective of how we treat our oceans: for expedition, prospect, exploitation and exploration. All…

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