Adrian Notz on research trip to Bangladesh and India
Adrian Notz, Where No One Has Gone Before: Possibility Horizon, 2021
Adrian Notz is curator at the ETH AI Center and at the Tichy Ocean Foundation, mentor for the creative strategy and vision at the European Center for Contemporary Art in Cluj (ECCA) and Chevalier de la Tombe de Bakunin. From 2012-2019, he was artistic director of Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich. He worked there first as a curatorial assistant and as co-director. From 2010 to 2015, he was head of the Department for Fine Arts at the School of Design in St. Gallen. Notz has organized and curated numerous exhibitions, events, conferences, actions and interventions with international artists, activists and thinkers in Cabaret Voltaire as well as internationally around the globe.
Notz will be on a research trip to Bangladesh and India. He will be giving several talks during his research trip.
“My research focuses on the topic of art and science,” says Notz “I look forward to get to know exciting, artists, curators and institutions working in these field as well as on artists working with and creating different new mythologies and epistemologies, i.e. artistic universes.”
April 4th, 11:30 AM, Jahangirnagar University, Fine Arts Faculty, “The Organization of Our Selves selon les Lois de Dadá – and the Productive Undoing of it”
and panel discussion with Mustafa Zaman, Zihan Karim, and Kehkasha Sabah
April 5th, 11:30 AM, Dhaka University, Fine Arts Faculty, Title of Talk: “AI + Art – From Machine Drawings to Machine Learning”
April 11th, 6-9 PM, Bangalore International Centre, “AI + Art – From Machine Drawings to Machine Learning”
April 19th, 6 PM, Sunaparanta Goa Center for the Arts,
Curatorial lecture: “The Organization of Our Selves selon les Lois de Dadá – and the Productive Undoing of it”
– a talk on Dadaism and its relevance today
April 28th, 6-8 PM, Embassy of New Delhi, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Register to attend.
Dada Manifesto Workshop at ISRO