PDC2018_Democracy June 9, 2017STUDIO WORK

Participatory Design Conference 2018. Open Call

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Participatory Design Conference, held on 20–24 August 2018 in Hasselt and Genk, is calling for submissions – full papers, short papers, workshops and tutorials. Open call for participation open until 10 November 2017 / 9 February 2018. Text Z3... Read more »

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Näyttökuva 2017-05-08 kohteessa 16.21.18 May 5, 2017STUDIO TIME

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The Nuclear Culture Roundtables bring together artists, architects, philosophers, anthropologists, sociologists along with nuclear agencies, scientists, stakeholders and NGO’s. A first Belgian round table discussion will take place in collaboration... Read more »

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Näyttökuva 2017-05-08 kohteessa 15.00.28 April 26, 2017STUDIO SPACE

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The book Trading Places rethinks, develops, and tests design-driven practices and methods to engage with participation in public space and public issues. The book aims in helping art and design researchers, students, practitioners and the multiple st... Read more »

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Näyttökuva 2017-05-08 kohteessa 16.37.00 April 18, 2017STUDIO TIME

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Artists Maarten Vanden Eynde, Alexis Destoop and Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway present their recent work and engage the audience in an open discussion. Each of the artists focuses in a different way on the global traffic of materials and on the cy... Read more »

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About

Z33 Research re-enforces and recapitulates strands of thought and research from exhibition projects of Z33 House of Contemporary Art in Hasselt, Belgium. Thematic art and design research studios – Studio Time, Studio Work and Studio Space – accumulate and connect the practice-based and academic research into an evolving body of knowledge. Z33 Research online (beta) collects and connects these different research threads. A new Z33 Research online platform for art and design research will be launched in late 2017 / early 2018.

Z33 House for Contemporary Art

Z33 House for Contemporary Art in Hasselt, Belgium, organizes projects and exhibitions of contemporary art and design. Instead of having a permanent collection, Z33 focuses on an ongoing programme of temporary exhibitions. These exhibitions always have a strong social and research-based orientation, and they address topics from various artistic standpoints with a critical eye. Each project combines an exhibition with an extensive programme of related events. In addition to exhibitions, Z33 organizes artistic projects in public spaces and serves as curator for exhibitions for external parties. In 2017–18, Z33 House for Contemporary Art will be renovated and a new wing will be built.

→ www.z33.be