Radar’s arts and events programme is supported by a series of talks, symposia and discussion forum, delivered either by the artists or other speakers who have an interest in the current season’s themes. The ‘Conversation’ programme is intended to provide a platform for better understanding of, and delve deeper into the work and themes, and to open a dialogue between audience and artist.
Mon 3 June 2013, 1pm
LUA Project Space, Edwards Barnsley, Loughborough University
STEALTH.unlimited is a practice based between Rotterdam and Belgrade, set up in 2000 by architects Ana Dzokic and Marc Neelen. They are internationally recognized for their work in highlighting the responsibilities and capacities of architecture in contemporary societies. Recent projects include the co-curation of the Dutch Pavilion at the Architecture Biennial in Venice in 2008; the Fruit and Energy Farms in a Public Square; a public art commission for a schoolyard in Knivsta, Sweden, made in collaboration with Marjetica Potrc; and an extension of the Cultural Development Center in Moravia, a slum neighbourhood of Medellin, Colombia. Their work also involves them as curators on projects such as the IMPAKT festival in Utrecht. The work of STEALTH is interdisciplinary, multifaceted, and involves many participants and experts in often dense collaborations – to mobilize thinking on shared future(s) of the city and its culture.