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Published on Apr 5, 2016
A lecture by Pascal Gielen at Garage. Presentation of Gielen's book The Murmuring of the Artistic Multitude. Global Art, Politics and Post-Fordism.
The Russian translation of Gielen’s book The Murmuring of the Artistic Multitude. Global Art, Politics and Post-Fordism was published as part of the joint publishing program between Garage and Ad Marginem Press (Garage Pro series).
Pascal Gielen gave a lecture titled Artistic Labor in a Flat Wet World, followed by a discussion with sociologist Alexander Bikbov.
Garage junior curator Andrey Misiano, Ad Marginem Press director Alexander Ivanov, and Ad Marginem Press editor-in-chief Mikhail Kotomin took part in the book’s presentation.
The presentation is organized in collaboration with the Dutch educational center Nuffic Neso Russia.
Pascal Gielen (b. 1970) is a sociologist, director of the Arts in Society research center at the University of Groningen (the Netherlands) and the editor-in-chief of the Arts in Society series of publications. He has written several books on contemporary art, sociology of art, and politics in culture, including The Ethics of Art, 2014; Creativity and Other Fundamentalisms, 2013; and Being an Artist in Post-Fordist Times, 2009.