4Cs - From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture

Luísa Santos

Considering Monoculture

M HKA (Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp), Van Abbemuseum (Eindhoven) and deBuren (the Dutch-Flemish house for culture and debate) are co-convenors of the two-day conference “Considering Monoculture". This two-day interdisciplinary programme will consider current and historical manifestations of monoculture as well as its implications for art, culture and its institutions.

From conflict to conflict via change

There isn’t a better way to say this. We are dying. Humanity is dying – physically, socially, and culturally. Schools, Universities, Museums have closed last week. Today, access has been restricted to shops and to public spaces. The streets are emptied. And I think of Gregor Graf’s images that have become so close to reality.

Everyday is a struggle day

4Cs welcomes and encourages suggestions for a collective broadening of the understanding of anti-racism and for getting involved to combat racism. Please share your suggested lists of references as well as PDFs of relevant books and resources, particularly on the role or via the lenses of visual arts and culture studies, we will upload them in our digital library. Please share your references with us on info@4cs-conflict-conviviality.eu and maria.duarte@4cs-conflict-conviviality.eu

The Politics of Silence

CECC announces that Luísa Santos (CECC researcher), has just won a 20 thousand euros financing from DGARTES for the publication of "The Politics of Silence", an anthology-book-exhibition on silence, as a concept and essential practice for contemporary visual culture in its relationship with the political.

Silence in pieces: 4 acts

Silence in pieces is a collective exhibition curated by the MA and PhD students in Culture Studies of The Lisbon Consortium, Faculdade de Ciências Humanas, Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Organised in the frame of the seminar in Curatorship, coordinated by Luísa Santos, the exhibition counts on works by four contemporary artists - Ana Vidigal; Eliyah Mesayer; Katharina Lackner; and Tatiana Macedo.

Silence in pieces: 4 acts | online opening

"Silence in pieces: 4 acts" - Online opening. Silence in pieces is a collective exhibition curated by the MA and PhD students in Culture Studies of The Lisbon Consortium, Faculdade de Ciências Humanas, Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Organised in the frame of the seminar in Curatorship, coordinated by Luísa Santos, the exhibition counts on works by four contemporary artists - Ana Vidigal; Eliyah Mesayer; Katharina Lackner; and Tatiana Macedo.  As soon as the pandemic evolution allows, the exhibition will be physically open to the public at the Galeria Fundação Amélia de Mello.