The fourth season of the LCCA Evening School presents series of text reading workshops and lectures by local and international professionals. The cycle is based on exploring the contemporary art processes in order to foster the development of critical thinking and discussion in the Latvian art scene.

Curated by Valts Miķelsons and Inga Lāce.

# Reading workshop 'Nature and naturalness' 

In collaboration wirh artist Linda Vigdorčika 


• Ralph Rugoff, “Signs and Wonders”. 2000.

• Joseph Taylor McRae, “Boy Islands”. 2015.

# Reading workshop ‘Primitivism’ 


• Alain Badiou, “Reflections on the Recent Election”. 2016.

• Carlos Jáuregui, “Anthropophagy”. 2012.

# Reading workshop ‘Choreography in the exhibition halls’ 


• William Forsythe, “Choreographic Objects”.

• Dorothea von Hantelmann, “The Experiential Turn”. 2014.

# Talk by Sezgin Boynik Gregoire Rousseau about Rab-Rab: journal for political and formal inquiries in art 

# Reading workshop ‘Art and identity’ 


• Pier Jaarsma and Stellan Welin, “Autism as a Natural Human Variation: Reflections on the Claims of the Neurodiversity Movement”. 2012.

• Nav Haq, “The Invisible and the Visible. Identity Politics and the Economy of Reproduction in Art”. 2015.

# Lecture by Rodolfo Andaur 

Rodolfo Andaur will talk about his curatorial practice and research projects, one of the main focus will be his project in the Tarapacá desert and the following book Tarapacá Landscape. 

Rodolfo Andaur is a Chilean curator, he has been coordinator of various contemporary art projects from northern Chile, promoting local artistic practices, received grants for international curatorial residencies in South Korea, Berlin, Río de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, México City and Poland. He is currently teaching Critical and Curatorial Studies at Adolfo Ibáñez University in Santiago, Chile. He writes for Artishock, ATLAS and Rotunda Magazine. 

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