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Liverpool Biennial 2016

Co-curated by Bertolotti-Bailey F, Cairns S, Cooper R, Krysa J, Manacorda F, Malasauskas R, Tallant S, Willsdon D, Sandip P, Brannan P, Ying Tan Y. http://www.biennial.com/archive/2016

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Liverpool Biennial 2016

Co-curated by Bertolotti-Bailey F, Cairns S, Cooper R, Krysa J, Manacorda F, Malasauskas R, Tallant S, Willsdon D, Sandip P, Brannan P, Ying Tan Y. http://www.biennial.com/archive/2016

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Collective Making

Series of exhibitions curated by Joasia Krysa for Kunsthal Aarhus: Stongue, by Slavs and Tatars (09.Dec.2015 – 06.Mar.2016); DO IT (02.Oct.2015 – 29.Nov.2015), conceived by Hans Ulrik Obrist, ANTS by artist Jaroslaw Czarnecki (02.Oct.2015 – 29.Nov.2015), DUMP! Multispecies Making and

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Collective Making

Series of exhibitions curated by Joasia Krysa for Kunsthal Aarhus: Stongue, by Slavs and Tatars (09.Dec.2015 – 06.Mar.2016); DO IT (02.Oct.2015 – 29.Nov.2015), conceived by Hans Ulrik Obrist, ANTS by artist Jaroslaw Czarnecki (02.Oct.2015 – 29.Nov.2015), DUMP! Multispecies Making and

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Systemics #4: Aarhus Rapport – Avantgarde as network (or, the politics of the ultralocal)

27 September–31 December 2014 Kunsthal Aarhus Curated by Joasia Krysa and Lars Bang Larsen Artists include, among others, Eric Andersen, Antipyrine, Dave Hullfish Bailey, Glenn Christian, Johannes Christoffersen, Sture Johannesson, Kirsten Justesen, Jakob Jakobsen, Museum of Ordure, Poul Pedersen, Lea

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Systemics #4: Aarhus Rapport – Avantgarde as network (or, the politics of the ultralocal)

27 September–31 December 2014 Kunsthal Aarhus Curated by Joasia Krysa and Lars Bang Larsen Artists include, among others, Eric Andersen, Antipyrine, Dave Hullfish Bailey, Glenn Christian, Johannes Christoffersen, Sture Johannesson, Kirsten Justesen, Jakob Jakobsen, Museum of Ordure, Poul Pedersen, Lea

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Systemics #3: Against the idea of growth, towards poetry (or, how to build a universe that doesn’t fall apart two days later)

16 January – 30 March 2014 Kunsthal Aarhus Curated by Joasia Krysa Artists: Song Dong, Fran Gallardo, Mogens Jacobsen, Jakob Kolding, Lise Skou, Mika Taanila “Waste grounds are the most concrete emblems of every economic cycle.” – Roberto Saviano, Gomorrah

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Systemics #3: Against the idea of growth, towards poetry (or, how to build a universe that doesn’t fall apart two days later)

16 January – 30 March 2014 Kunsthal Aarhus Curated by Joasia Krysa Artists: Song Dong, Fran Gallardo, Mogens Jacobsen, Jakob Kolding, Lise Skou, Mika Taanila “Waste grounds are the most concrete emblems of every economic cycle.” – Roberto Saviano, Gomorrah

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Systemics #2: As We May Think (or, the Next World Library)

21 September – 31 December 2013 Kunsthal Aarhus Curated by Joasia Krysa Artists: Florian Hecker, Linda Hilfling, Jakob Jakobsen, Suzanne Treister, Ubermorgen, YoHa + Matthew Fuller “Wholly new forms of encyclopedias will appear, ready-made with a mesh of associative trails

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Systemics #2: As We May Think (or, the Next World Library)

21 September – 31 December 2013 Kunsthal Aarhus Curated by Joasia Krysa Artists: Florian Hecker, Linda Hilfling, Jakob Jakobsen, Suzanne Treister, Ubermorgen, YoHa + Matthew Fuller “Wholly new forms of encyclopedias will appear, ready-made with a mesh of associative trails

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Systemics #1. Certain peculiar things and ideas, often failed (or, on humans, machines and running algorithms)

12 January – 13 March 2013 Kunsthal Aarhus Curated by Joasia Krysa Artists: Tarek Atoui, Glenn Christian, Constant, Erkki Kurenniemi, Caroline Martel, Lea Porsager, Mika Taanila “Dead ends, losers, and inventions that never made it into a material product have

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Systemics #1. Certain peculiar things and ideas, often failed (or, on humans, machines and running algorithms)

12 January – 13 March 2013 Kunsthal Aarhus Curated by Joasia Krysa Artists: Tarek Atoui, Glenn Christian, Constant, Erkki Kurenniemi, Caroline Martel, Lea Porsager, Mika Taanila “Dead ends, losers, and inventions that never made it into a material product have

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documenta(13)

Various projects curated by Joasia Krysa for documenta(13), Kassel including Erkki Kurenniemi. In 2048, and Constant: Online archive of Erkki Kurenniemi (In 2048) http://d13.documenta.de/

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documenta(13)

Various projects curated by Joasia Krysa for documenta(13), Kassel including Erkki Kurenniemi. In 2048, and Constant: Online archive of Erkki Kurenniemi (In 2048) http://d13.documenta.de/

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Silicon Dreams: Art-Science-Technology in the European Union

Curated by Joasia Krysa with La Agencia Tabakelera, Madrid / San Sebastian

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Silicon Dreams: Art-Science-Technology in the European Union

Curated by Joasia Krysa with La Agencia Tabakelera, Madrid / San Sebastian

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After the Net

Curated by Joasia Krysa Artists: Roy Ascott, Wayne Clements, Geoff Cox, Lutz Dammbeck, Jeff Gompertz & Caen Botto, Rui Guerra, Harwood, Linda Hilfling, Aymeric Mansoux & Marloes de Valk, Jose Antonio Orts, and openKURATOR First commissioned by Observatori 9th Festival

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After the Net

Curated by Joasia Krysa Artists: Roy Ascott, Wayne Clements, Geoff Cox, Lutz Dammbeck, Jeff Gompertz & Caen Botto, Rui Guerra, Harwood, Linda Hilfling, Aymeric Mansoux & Marloes de Valk, Jose Antonio Orts, and openKURATOR First commissioned by Observatori 9th Festival

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Social Hacking

Public Art Commissions for Plymouth Curated by Birgitte Aga, Geoff Cox, Joasia Krysa, Anya Lewin 21-24 March 2006 Commissioned works from The Institute for Applied Autonomy (USA), Mikro Orchestra Project (Poland), Ludic Society (Austria/Switzerland), c6 (UK), with contributions from Tetine

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Social Hacking

Public Art Commissions for Plymouth Curated by Birgitte Aga, Geoff Cox, Joasia Krysa, Anya Lewin 21-24 March 2006 Commissioned works from The Institute for Applied Autonomy (USA), Mikro Orchestra Project (Poland), Ludic Society (Austria/Switzerland), c6 (UK), with contributions from Tetine

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