|By PR Newswire||
|January 18, 2013 05:50 AM EST||
MUNICH, January 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
DLD sobre el arte: Paneles y proyectos / Invitado de honor: Michelangelo Pistoletto
Por novena vez, la Conferencia DLD tiene lugar del 20 al 22 de enero en Munich. A partir del lunes, 21 de enero, se presentarán una serie de charlas interdisciplinares por Hans Ulrich Obrist, codirector de la Serpentine Gallery London. Este año la serie se centra en nuevos proyectos de colaboración y participación, incluyendo Michelangelo Pistoletto, el panel 89+ dirigido por Obrist y Simon Castets, y el artista digital Aaron Koblin.
THE THIRD PARADISE I Michelangelo Pistoletto
Una conversación con el artista italiano y el pionero del Arte Povera Michelangelo Pistoletto sobre esta nueva iniciativa artística The Third Paradise. Defendiendo una era emergente de responsabilidad global para nuestro planeta y nuestra civilización, el proyecto artístico participatorio de Pistoletto es una llamada para unirse y actuar globalmente y para adoptar una nueva concienciación colectiva que se centra en una nueva era emergente de humanidad, reuniendo tanto lo natural como lo artificial.
89plus I dirigido por Hans Ulrich Obrist y Simon Castets
Hans Ulrich Obrist y Simon Castets presentan novedades sobre una generación emergente de artistas nacidos después de 1989, cuyas voces ya empiezan a hacerse escuchar. 89+ investiga las obras de artistas que nacieron después de la Guerra Fría y que crecieron con Internet. El panel incluye a Abdulah Al-Mutairi, Amalia Ulman, Brian Khek, Max Weisel, Mikhail Lylov, Nico Karamyan, Zakara Raitt, con introducciones de Ou Ning y Rony Rodrigues (más información en http://www.89plus.com)
THIS EXQUISITE FOREST I Aaron Koblin y Chris Milk
Cómo combinar al arte, la colaboración, la cultura digital e Internet. El artista Aaron Koblin, de San Francisco, y el artista digital Chris Milk, de Los Angeles, hablan sobre la participación y colaboración en entornos online. Presentan varios proyectos artísticos colaborativos online, destacando también su proyecto mutuo This Exquisite Fores que recientemente se lanzó en TATE Modern, Londres.
JAN 20-22: DLD ARTS PROJECTS 2013
Dirigidos por Hans Ulrich Obrist y Johannes Fricke Waldthausen
DLD ARTS encargaron This Exquisite Forest (2012) a los artistas digitales Aaron Koblin y Chris Milk para invitar a los participantes a crear colectivamente un patrón DLD conectado y una obra de arte común online. También se expone una exposición con obras de arte para pantallas de televisión y pantallas móviles por s[edición], Londres, con obras de arte digitales por Elmgreent & Dragset, Jenny Holzer, Michael Craig-Martin y Peter Saville, y otros.
DLD ARTS presenta una nueva PUBLICACIÓN DLD:
DLD ARTS- CURATING DLD (2007-2012)
Curating DLD (2007-2012) suma paneles de arte interdisciplinares y proyectos de arte dirigidos por Hans Ulrich Obrist para DLD. Cubriendo una multitude de temas que enlazan el arte, la ciencia y la tecnología, esta publicación a todo color de 272 páginas presentada por Maja Hoffmann/Luma-Foundation contiene conversaciones y entrevistas con más de 70 artistas líderes, arquitectos, pensadores y científicos, entre otros John Brockman, Stewart Brand, Freeman Dyson, Olafur Eliasson, Zaha Hadid, Carsten Höller, Rem Koolhaas,Yoko Ono, Anri Sala, Tino Sehgal,Taryn Simon, Dimitar Sasselov y Ai Weiwei.
DLD es una red de conferencias global sobre innovación, cultura digital, arte y cultura que conecta empresarios, líderes creativos y sociales y formadores de opiniones para la conversación cruzada y la inspiración. Los presidentes de DLD son el editor Hubert Burda y el inversor digital serial Yossi Vardi. DLD se organiza por Stephanie Czerny, que cofundó la conferencia en 2005. Anteriores ponentes de DLD son el fundador de Facebook Mark Zuckerberg, el autor Paolo Coelho, Ariana Huffington, Marissa Mayer de Yahoo, el autor de SciFi Bruce Sterling, el fotógrafo Olivieri Toscani, Carlo Ratti de MIT, el redactor senior de Newsweek Steven Levy, el director de cine francés Luc Besson, el futurólogo John Naisbitt, Chris Dercon de Tate Modern y la conservadora de diseño del MoMA Paola Antonelli, los artistas Yoko Ono, Olafur Eliasson, Thomas Demand, Tino Seghal, Taryn Simon, Ai Weiwei, Carsten Höller, Anri Sala, los diseñadores John Maeda y Ross Lovegrove, arquitectos como Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas y Norman Foster, y los pensadores Stewart Brand y John Brockman.
Hechos y estadísticas sobre DLD 2013:
- La conferencia tiene lugar en el HBV-Forum en Munich del 20 al 22 de enero de 2013.
- Debates, talleres, estudios de casos y conferencias: Más de 100 ponentes internacionales se reúnen con más de 800 asistentes influyentes en las áreas de empresa, cultura, arte, medios, tecnología, sociedad, política y ciencia.
- Presidentes: el doctor Yossi Vardi, inversor, y el doctor Hubert Burda, editor.
- Para más información: http://www.dld-conference.com
- Para peticiones de acreditación: [email protected]
Información de fondo:
DLD es la conferencia internacional y plataforma de innovación de Hubert Burda Media. DLD Media organiza la conferencia digital líder europea DLD, la conferencia de mujeres DLDwomen, y eventos de red internacional en localizaciones como Palo Alto, Nueva York, Londres, Tel Aviv, Estambul, Rio de Janeiro y Beijing. DLD Media presenta publicaciones, en formato online y de vídeo y estudios sobre el contenido de la conferencia y asesora sobre asociaciones, compañías recientes, inversores e instituciones. Stephanie Czerny es la directora administrativa que cofundó la Conferencia DLD en 2005.
Para más consultas, contacte con:
Hubert Burda Media
81925 Munich, Alemania
E-mail: [email protected]
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