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Tue 29 Jan 2008. Welcome to criticalnetwork e-bulletin no. 41. Here are this week's events, exhibitions, opportunities and information about artists' projects recommended by criticalnetwork.

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  WHAT'S ON
London

Chelsea Conversations
Chelsea Conversations
Who are publicly funded arts organisations for? What function do they perform? How do they impact on art making? Who decides what is worthwhile and how?
Where: Chelsea College of Art & Design, London SW1P
When: Feb - Mar 2008
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UNCERTIFIED DOCUMENTS - Peter Kennard
UNCERTIFIED DOCUMENTS - Peter Kennard
Photomontage works made over a 30-year period from the 1970s, which address social and political issues including conflict, the environment, nuclear disarmament and civil liberty.
Where: Pump House Gallery, London SW11
When: Wed 30 Jan - Sun 30 March 08
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Good Morning, Mr Nam June PAIK
Good morning Mr. Nam June PAIK presents works by 24 Korean contemporary artists, including Nam June PAIK(1932-2006) whose three major video pieces will be shown in London for the first time.
Where: Korean Cultural Centre, London WC2N
When: Fri 1 Feb - Fri 7 Mar 08
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Secularism 2008 Series - The Institute of Ideas and Bishopsgate Institute
Secularism 2008 Series - The Institute of Ideas and Bishopsgate Institute
Three debates interrogating the state of secularism today.
Where: Bishopsgate Institute, London EC2M
When: 7pm Thu 7 Feb, Thu 6 Mar and Thu 3 Apr 2008
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Midlands
Stephen Sharp - Public Art Survey at Hanley, Stoke on Trent and Newcastle under Lyme
Stephen Sharp - Public Art Survey at Hanley, Stoke on Trent and Newcastle under Lyme
A project which sets out to question the function of public art through a series of public votes.
Where: Hanley, Stoke on Trent and Newcastle under Lyme
When: Voting ends Tue 26 Feb 2008
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North
sk-interfaces - Launch Event of FACT's Human Futures Programme
sk-interfaces - Launch Event of FACT's Human Futures Programme
sk-interfaces explores uncertain limits between art and science, materially and metaphorically, the concept of skin as a technological interface.
Where: FACT, Liverpool
When: Fri 1 Feb – Sun 30 Mar 2008
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Cory Arcangel: a couple thousand short films about Glenn Gould
Multi-screen installation, book launch and an interactive lecture/product demonstration.
Where: Castlefield Gallery & Greenroom, Manchester
When: Fri 8 Feb - Sat 22 Feb 08
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  OPPORTUNITIES
URBANSPACE - Call for Submissions
URBANSPACE - Call for Submissions
The 2008 edition of URBANSPACE is curated around the theme of “URBAN COMMUNITIES” and looks to examine the diverse formation of local communities, informal situations and other site-specific representations of contemporary urban existence. Anonymity. Survival. Decadence. Defiance.
Deadline: Tue 1 Apr 2008
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Brave not Beige - Call for Submissions for one night exhibition
Brave not Beige - Call for Submissions for one night exhibition
Call for submissions of new and recent works for site responsive show bringing together a group of selected artists for one night in Plan 9’s new exhibition space.
Deadline: Mon 18 Feb 2008
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Call for Submissions for Dialogue - The Axis Online Journal
Call for Submissions for Dialogue - The Axis Online Journal
To tie in with the recent launch of Axis's curator directory the next series of articles will focus on the role of the curator in contemporary art and current curatorial practice.
Deadline:Mon 3 Mar 2008
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Upcoming talk:
Will Self and Iain Sinclair discuss PSYCHOGEOGRAPHY
Fri 8 Feb 2008, 7pm, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, SW7
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