Globalization, Hipster culture and the Art of Tinkering
13.06.2017, 20:00
Baruch Gottlieb
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Baruch Gottlieb (CA) is trained as a filmmaker at Concordia University, has been working in electronic art with professional specialization in public art since 1999. He is an active member of telekommunisten, arts & economics group and laboratoire deberlinisation arts collectives. He founded and curated the first Korean Sound Art festival SFX Seoul and initiated the perfomative archives series ‘McLuminations’ (on the work of Marshall McLuhan) and ‘Flusser Talks’ (on the work of Vilém Flusser), Gottlieb is the author of ‘Gratitude for technology’ (2009, Atropos) and ‘A Political Economy of the Smallest Things’ (2016, Atropos). He currently lectures at the University of Arts Berlin. In 2016 with Siegfried Zielinski and Peter Weibel, he curated the exhibition series Vilém Flusser and the Arts.