Mass and Order
As I Was Moving Ahead

Radical Ruptures
Giving Harbor
Black Box Garden
Taler til folket

Os Dem Demos
Public Picnic

Public Address
Fordi du fortjener det!
Interventionist Art in the Age of Enterprise Culture
Surface Tension_Copenhagen
How do you belong?
Action Gallery
Hot Summer of Urban Farming
Sid Ned!
Gåafstand / Walking distance
The expanded notion of public art


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T. J. Demos, Art in Emergency Times
(Art and humanitarianism in Sub-Saharan Africa)

(Video, 57 minutes)
WHW, Defining the Enemy and Post-Fordist Business as Usual

The Zagreb-based curatorial collective What, How, and for Whom? (WHW), is comprising Ivet Curlin, Ana Devic, Natasa Ilic and Sabina Sabolovic. In Copenhagen they were represented by Natasa Ilic.
(Sound, 53 minutes, Mp3 format)
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Andrea Büttner & Lars Bang Larsen, At the Limits of Control

(Video, 67 minutes)
Tone O. Nielsen and Gene Ray, A conversation on Art, Activism and Radical Politics

(Sound, 35 minutes, Mp3)
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Simon Sheikh, On Art and Capitalism

(Video, 55 minutes)

A selection of texts by the participants:

Brett Bloom 
”Radical Space for Art in a Time of Forced Privatization and Market Dominance”

Doug Ashford:
”My Loiterer: A story of an Invented Character”

Gene Ray:
”Adorno, Brecht and Debord: Three Models for Resisting the Capitalist Art System”

Angela Dimitrakaki:
”Curatorial Collectives and Feminist Politics in 21st-century Europe: An Interview with Kuratorisk Aktion”
This interview is conducted by the Leverhulme Research Network Transnational perspectives on feminism, women's art and curating and will appear in Politics in a Glass Case: Exhibiting women's and feminist art, Angela Dimitrakaki and Lara Perry eds., (forthcoming, Liverpool University Press, 2012).

T.J. Demos
”Pover ty Pornography, Humanitarianism, and Neo-liberal Globalization: Notes on Some Paradoxes in Contemporary Art”
From Stedelijk Bureau Newsletter 121 April 2011
The project is sponsored by the Danish Arts Council Committee for Visual Arts and the Danish Arts Council Committee for International Visual Arts.