Kybernein Institute at Index Foundation
Location: Public gathering at Index Foundation in Stockholm, 21 August 2020
Kybernein Institute presents the exhibition The Campaign during one evening at Index Foundation. The Campaign is a new investigation of how a network of think tanks led a hidden revolution in Sweden during the 70s and 80s which transformed the foundation of a unique social model.
Instiutions Kybernein interacted with through
knowledge and cultural production;
lectures, exhibitions, performances, and knowledge exchange.
Sweden's most influential trade union think-tank, founded by 6F - a collaboration between the unions: Byggnads, Elektrikerna, Fastighetsanarbetas Förbund, Målarna and Seko.
KONSTFACK RESEARCH WEEK
Konstfack Research Week prioritizes the process of research and considers the diverse methodologies that exist within artist practices.
INDEX - THE SWEDISH CONTEMPORARY ART FOUNDATION
Index works with an artistic conceptual approach that aims to carve out space and time for criticality, dialogue, curiosity and building discursive situations that develop the role of art today.
A forum on the art of thinking, working and living together developed by Council [curated by Grégory Castéra, co-director of Council, Paris] and comissioned by Iaspis in Stockholm.
Bangor University is providing environments, events and activities to help introduce new thinking, methods and processes to engender attitudes and behaviours that lead to innovation.
CONNECTING SPACES HONG-KONG / ZURICH
A transdiciplinary arts space and experimental art lab dedicated in the exploration of the perspectives and opportunities for mutual exhange between Europe and Asia on the level of concrete cultural practices.
An independent think-tank that addresses how technology impact on our perception of reality and social culture.
Sweden's largest real-estate company.
Sweden's most influential free market think-tank, founded by the Swedish Enterprise.
A political theatre that addresses key features in our contemporary life.
SÖDERTÖRN UNIVERSITY & KTH ARCHITECTURE