video still from the Expanded Conceptualism conference at Tate Modern

Tate Modern presents a major symposium dedicated to a radical rethinking and expanding of the normative paradigms of Conceptual art, one of the most influential tendencies of the last 40 years. Examining Conceptual art from a variety of geographical, historical and theoretical viewpoints, noted scholars and artists contribute to sessions around issues such as migration and mutation, weapon and survival and the mind/body problem. The event begins with a plenary lecture by Boris Groys.

Friday 18 and Saturday 19 March 2011: A conference held by the Courtauld Institute of Art Reserach Forum and Tate Modern.

On Friday 18 March the event will take place from 18.30–20.00 at Tate Modern in the East Room, Level 7; and on Saturday 19 March, 10.30–18.00 in the Starr Auditorium. 

Speakers include Boris Groys (Research Forum / Andrew W. Mellon Foundation MA Visiting Professor at The Courtauld; and Professor of Slavic and Russian Studies at NYU)