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Lecture ‘Hundreds of clocks, a couple of Dutch men, some shadows and John Cage’ - Alexandra Laudo (Heroínas de la Cultura)

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Leliegracht 47
1016 GT Amsterdam
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Event 25 Nov

Time 25 Nov, 18-19 hrs

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By Alexandra Laudo [Heroínas de la Cultura]

This is an adaptation of the performative lecture ‘An intellectual history of the clock’, developed by Alexandra Laudo (Spain, 1978) at CuratorLab, the research curatorial program at Konstfack University. It poses questions about the social construction of time and its measurement, and explores the possibilities of speech, storytelling, and other forms of oral expression and performance as curatorial tools.

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