PSU's Monday night lecture series is on hold until early April, after the next term commences. Fortunately, for those who are disturbed by this news, there will be a special lecture/presentation this Monday, same time, same place, featuring Clementine Deliss, Marjorie Harlick and Oscar Tuazon with Harrell Fletcher and Matthew Stadler.
"Future Academy will discuss mobile working environments, local institutions, and the long-running hippie survivalist zine 'Dwelling Portably,' published in Philomath, Oregon. Living and working out of a temporary, mobile publishing and video studio in a 1999 Tioga Arrow RV, Future Academy is preparing Metronome no. 10, the first magazine to be published in conjunction with Documenta 12. The premier of Metronome no. 10 will be held at PICA next weekend.
Spanning five continents, Future Academy is a student-led investigation into the art college of the future, whereby key questions are raised with regard to the architecture of future buildings; mobility and portable working environments; the content and form of the future library and archive; and new forms of interdisciplinary collaboration between informatics and art."
What to build is more important than where to build
An artists' talk presented by Future Academy
Monday, March 20th • 7 p
PSU 5th Avenue Cinema • 510 SW Hall St. Room 92 (on the corner of 5th & Hall)
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