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<nettime-ann> Iheap : Call for Articles

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Institut des hautes Ãtudes en arts plastiques (Iheap)

Call for Articles

Contribute to the reference book of the Institut des hautes Ãtudes en arts plastiques (Iheap) of the Session IX, 2013-2015: âThe Invisualâ.

Looking for external contributions likely to enrich this reference book (Activity Report) on the theoretical field, Iheap opens its pages to external authors who wish to transmit a key text in connection with art.

The subject, at the discretion of the author, should be treated in relation to the orientation of Iheap:

The publication of such a text in the activity report will be remunerated. Without limitation of size, the text must be sent in PDF format before October 1st, 2014, in French or in English, to the following address: editions {AT} iheap.fr for consideration by Iheap. A response by email will be
provided to applicants from October 15, 2014.

The Activity Report

The Activity Report of the Institut des hautes Ãtudes en arts plastiques is a textual summary of the work carried out by participants of Iheapâs 9th session (2013-2015) entitled âInvisualâ.

Non exhaustive, this compilation offers a corpus of writings accomplished within the fieldwork of the Institute: declarations of faith or statements recorded by professors who contributed using various approaches, pedagogical writings, flat plans which played a role within the theoretical and practical workshops given out by the Institute, or even transcripts reflecting selected working sessions.

Unique in its nature and objectives, this activity report also offers a consistent place to the concepts imagined and developed by the participants of âInvisualâ.

Finally, in order to expand its theoretical contents, several external authors will have the opportunity, by answering a call, to publish a significant text on art.

Paul Ternon
Le secrÃtaire principal
Biennale de Paris
HÃtel Salomon de Rothschild
11 rue Berryer
75008 Paris
T: 0033 (0)1 4534 3004
E: paul.ternon {AT} biennaledeparis.org
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