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    Descriptive info: .. Kadist Art Foundation.. 2401 FOLSOM STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94110 USA.. ABOUT.. CONTACT.. Mission.. Kadist Art Foundation participates in the development of society through contemporary art, collecting and producing the work of artists and conducting various programs to promote their role as cultural agents.. Kadist's collections include works that reflects the global scope of contemporary art, and its programs develop an active exchange between Kadist's local contexts (Paris, San Francisco) and artists, curators, academics and art publishers worldwide.. Residencies.. Each year Kadist hosts artists, curators and art magazines for residency periods.. While traditional residency programs are organized in the style of a retreat, removing the artist from the fray of urban life, the Kadist residency places artists squarely within the heart and history of a major metropolitan area, either Paris or San Francisco, facilitating exchanges  ...   being selected from those represented in the Kadist collections which span Asia, the US, Europe and South America.. Programs.. The Wednesday series and Reading Room (Saturdays), following two three-month-long seasons in the Spring and Fall, the peak periods of cultural activity in San Francisco.. The Wednesday series hosts one-night events, including screenings, performances, conversations and installations.. The Saturday Reading Room presents a continuously growing collection of more than 100 art magazines from around the world, focusing on those with limited distribution in the US.. Advisors.. In San Francisco, advisors to the collections and programs are Hou Hanru, Jens Hoffmann, Tony Labat, Steven Lieber, Larry Rinder and Marnie Burke de Guzman.. Contact.. 2401 Folsom (at 20th St.. ).. Entrance at 3295 20th Street.. San Francisco, California.. 94110 USA.. +1 415 738 8668.. devon@kadist.. org.. Email List.. Name.. Email..

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  • Title: Living as Form (Nomadic Version) at Kadist SF
    Descriptive info: Living as Form (The Nomadic Version).. Kadist Art Foundation, San Francisco.. March 10 - May 12, 2012.. Opening event Saturday, March 10.. Living as Form suggests a reconsideration of recent social practice artworks that, while represented in museums and art venues, have a real life outside of those contexts.. At large, they aren t always so easy to pick out as art.. Creative activism, conversation, organization, and occupations of public space challenge the assumed boundaries between art and life.. In the words of lead curator Nato Thompson, socially engaged art shares techniques and intentions borrowed from fields far beyond the arts.. These cultural practices indicate new ways of life that emphasize participation, challenge power, and span disciplines ranging from urban planning and community work to theater, the visual arts, and civic-minded nonprofit organizations.. These projects defy easy categorization, and raise contradictions regarding issues of authorship.. Bringing together a wide range of international projects made between 1991 and 2011 and selected in collaboration with twenty-five curators from around the world, Living as Form (The Nomadic Version) also takes up new projects as it travels.. Kadist Art Foundation is the first venue to host the exhibition, which is presented here as a series of screenings, talks, and participatory events that will add to the archive as it continues on to future venues.. The exhibition will unfold over the course of the spring in a series of screenings, talks, and participatory events organized by independent curator Christina Linden.. ARTISTS.. Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, Ala Plastica, Alternate ROOTS, Appalshop, BijaRi, Cemeti Art House, Complaints Choir, Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency, Chto delat/What is to be done?, Futurefarmers, Fernando Garcia-Dory, Theaster Gates, Federico Guzmán and Alonso Gil, Jeanne van Heeswijk, Helena  ...   Press, 2011) and discussion.. Storefront.. , 12-5PM:.. Katerina Sedá, There is Nothing There (2003).. Oda Projesi (Özge Ac¦kkol, Günes Savas and Secil Yersel), Apartment Project (2000-05).. Archive viewing room.. , 12-5:.. Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, TIZA (Lima) (1998-2002).. UPCOMING EVENTS.. Saturday, March 31.. Nato Thompson in conversation with Larry Bogad.. HOURS.. Saturdays, 12-5 PM, Wednesdays 12-7 PM, and by appointment.. Make an Appointment.. Living as Form (The Nomadic Version) is co-organized by Creative Time and Independent Curators International (ICI).. , and assembled in collaboration with Kadist Art Foundation in San Francisco.. Living as Form (The Nomadic Version) is the flexible, expanding iteration of.. Living as Form, an exhibition curated by Nato Thompson and presented by Creative Time in the fall of 2011 in New York City.. Lead project support for the original Living as Form exhibition was provided by the Annenberg Foundation, the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, the Danish Consulate, the Andrew W.. Mellon Foundation, the Mondriaan Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.. Additional support for Living as Form (The Nomadic Version) was provided by the Horace W.. Goldsmith Foundation; the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation; and the ICI Board of Trustees.. The projects included in Living as Form.. were selected by a group of curators, writers, artists, and historians, including: Caron Atlas, Negar Azimi, Ron Bechet, Claire Bishop, Brett Bloom, Rashida Bumbray, Carolina Caycedo, Ana Paula Cohen, Common Room, Teddy Cruz, Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy, Gridthiya Gaweewong, Hou Hanru, Stephen Hobbs and Marcus Neustetter, Shannon Jackson, Maria Lind, Chus Martínez, Sina Najafi, Marion von Osten, Ted Purves, Raqs Media Collective, Gregory Sholette, SUPERFLEX, Christine Tohme, Bik Van der Pol, and Sue Bell Yank..

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