Conversations and debates with leading figures from contemporary art, design, music, literature, activism and technology – taking place daily at Frieze Fairs and beyond.
What are the utopian and dystopian qualities of the desert that draw artists over generations?
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What can art do in times of emergency? We invite all Frieze London visitors to this special summit to debate the question.
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Omar Kholeif, Fatima al Qadiri, Pablo León del la Barra and Adelita Husni-Bey debate the role of borders – and how the arts can traverse them – in our current political climate.
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What has changed since the year that frieze magazine was born in London in 1991? How far has the contemporary art world come since the decade of the YBAs, and what was it really like to be on the ground in London at the time?
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Artists will debate the social and communal aspects of borders.
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Geeta Dayal (writer, San Francisco); Thomas Demand (artist, Berlin); Kazys Varnelis (Director, Network Architecture Lab at Columbia University, New York); Chaired by Sam Thorne (Associate Editor, frieze, London) at Frieze London in 2009
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Script by Mario Garcia Torres (artist, Mexico City) & Aaron Schuster (Fellow, ICI, Berlin); performed by Stephen Campbell Moore (actor, London) at Frieze London 2007
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Viv Albertine, founding member of the legendary punk band The Slits, talks about her life and work with Gregor Muir
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