TOC

Troubles Obsessionnels Contemporains 
is a non-profit curatorial platform promoting exhibitions, artistic residencies, screenings, workshops and educational projects.
Created by apsninfa and Les Traces Dupleix/Paris, its mission is to combine artists’ work with a school of critical thinkers, producers, curators and creatives around the world.


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    - TOC Zine Issue #1 NEW
    - Brutism.e.s.* #1 NEW
    - TOC Closed for Opening
    - Mapped: the (UN)Seen


Exhibit


    - Damaged Goods NEW
    - Closed for Opening  
    - Toc&Diarc Shuffling Parasites
    - Toc Prélude


Moving Images


    - Hopefully This Is Just the Beginning
    - Crossed Timelines
    - Inside//Outside
    - Endemico
    - Entrustments
    - Lightcone(s)


TOC Centre for Curatorial Practices


    - Mapping the Unseen 
    - Expanding Cinema
    - TOC OHM  
    - EURAU 2018
    - TOC Summer School 17
      Focus on Abilities
       
    - TOC Winter School 17
      Shuffling Parasites

    - A.A.A.  
    - Conversations on Parasitisms
    - Architectures Without Architects
    - Entrustments
    - Spotting Beauties 
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28/30.1.18

Architectures Without Architects


@Napoli
Università Federico II di Napoli/DiARC

free admission with reservation

*This workshop is already concluded. If you are interested in working with our artists to host another workshop with you, please contact us via email*





TOC Centre for Curatorial Practices create a focus on moving images and time based arts as a toolkit/guide for the students of the architecture class of the University “Federico II” of Naples.

The project seeks to focus on the relationship between places and communities, looking at ways artist and curators can connect people, especially in developing areas, and  increase a sense of belonging through contemporary art and the active practice of the right to the city.


in collaboration with

Università Federico II di Napoli/DiARC
Adelita Husne Bay/Laveronica Gallery
Christian Chironi




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