Lars-Bang Larsen “The Network. Multiplicity, Materiality, Mix and Interpretation”
Keynote in the panel Shifting Networks of Art and Knowledge, 28 Oct, 2020, Moderated by Maibritt Borgen
Lars Bang Larsen is an art historian and writer based in Copenhagen. He is an adjunct
curator at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm. Among his publications are The Model: A
Model for a Qualitative Society (1968) (2010) and Networks (MIT/Whitechapel 2014). His
2011 PhD thesis from the University of Copenhagen investigated relationships among art, psychedelia, connectivity, and cybernetics in the 1960s and 1970s, and their resonances.
in contemporary art.
Coherence, Diversity and Networks in Artistic Research, 28-29.10 2020, Copenhagen
The International Center for Knowledge in the Arts welcomes you to a meeting across
networks of knowledge, institutions, disciplines and people. Over two days, a number of
key lectures on the topic of networks in and through artistic research will set off in-depth
working sessions where artist-researchers from the Center’s institutions engage in an
intensive exchange of transdisciplinary knowledge in the arts.
Program and more details at www.artisticresearch.dk