Conversations and debates with leading figures from contemporary art, design, music, literature, activism and technology – taking place daily at Frieze Fairs and beyond.
Adam Curtis (Documentarian and Writer, London) speaks at Frieze London in 2011.
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Edit András (art historian & critic, Budapest); Marko Luliç (artist, Vienna); Mark Godfrey (Curator, Tate Modern, London); Chaired by Simon Rees (Curator, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius) at Frieze London 2009
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Katy Siegel (Editor in Chief, Art Journal, Contributing Editor, Artforum & Professor of Art History, Hunter College, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2011
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Boris Groys (writer, curator and philosopher, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2008
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The studio is at the forefront of thinking on transparency and surveillance
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The Berlin and Toronto-based artist talks with Helen Molesworth about queer spirits and other invocations
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What happens when contemporary artists take over the tools and methods of the social sciences?
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