Erik Bordeleau is a philosopher, curator, fugitive planner and cultural theorist. He works as a researcher at NOVA University in Lisbon and is also affiliated researcher at the Art, Business and Culture Center of Stockholm School of Economics. He has published and co-edited several books and articles in different languages at the intersection of political philosophy, contemporary art, world cinema, blockchain cultures, finance and media theory. A German translation of his book on the commons, Das Commons des Kommunismus. Eine Kartographie, was published in 2021 at Büchner Verlag. In collaboration with Saloranta & De Vylder, he is developing The Sphere, a Web 3.0 research-creation project exploring new ecologies of funding for the performing arts. He collaborates actively to the weirdeconomies.com platform, where he coordinates the Cosmo-Financial Study Group. He lives between Lisbon and Berlin and enjoys, from time to time, the discreet charm of the precariat.
Slinko, Economy of Means, still, video, 4 min 40 sec. Courtesy of the artist.
The Radical Imaginary II: Reclaiming Value
2022.09.09 - 12.03
The economy is the institution studied in this second installment in the series of exhibitions The Radical Imaginary, organized by a collective of artists and scholars comprised of Erik Bordeleau, François Lemieux, Marilou Lemmens and Bernard Schütze.Read more
The Socio-Technical Imagination of Blockchain
In this presentation, Nathalie Casemajor and Erik Bordeleau will freely discuss works that mobilise the socio-technical imaginary of the blockchain and explore alternative economic forms.Read more
Discussion with François Lemieux, Erik Bordeleau and Josianne Poirier
VOX invites you to a discussion around the issues raised by the exhibition Un soleil difficile. This roundtable will bring together the artist, François Lemieux, Erik Bordeleau and Josianne Poirier.Read more
Colonization of thought: art, economy and politics
2012.12.10 - 20.10
Mindful of contributing to the advancement of discourse on current issues, VOX is organizing two series of gatherings this fall developed by Vincent Bonin, Barbara Clausen and Marie J. Jean.Read more