On invitation of Prof. Nike Bätzner, I’ll be teaching a workshop on “Fictitious Institutions” at the art academy Burg Giebichenstein in Halle next January.
For the new issue of Anti!foto magazine, I talked to Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber (BoehmKobayashi) about book collecting, dematerialization, and my curatorial research for the exhibition “Re: Groups”. Magazine launch at Tina Miyake (Ackerstr. 29, Düsseldorf) on July 28, from 6–10 pm.
DasKunstbuch.at has published a number of short texts on artists’ books written by students in my seminar on “Practices of Publishing in Contemporary Art” at the University of Hildesheim. For more info, see here.
One-night exhibition in Berlin: I will present selected works from the (magazine) exhibition “Re: Groups” at Kunstquartier Bethanien, starting from 7 pm. “Re: Groups” was published in the “Forum” section of Camera Austria No. 147 (Fall 2019).
Join us at the Vienna Art Book Fair: I curated the exhibition “Re: Groups”, based on instructions by Lucy R. Lippard, with works by David Horvitz, Natalie Czech, Laida Lertxundi, Triin Tamm, Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber, Alwin Lay, Philipp Grünewald, Maria Anwander, Alina Schmuch, Anika Liberatore, Anca Benera & Arnold Estefan.
Just out: a new publication on Günther Förg, including my essay on his artist’s books (“Im Umkreis der Bücher. Günther Förgs Künstlerbücher als Produkt der Bibliothek”/ “In the Domain of Books: Günther Förg’s Artist’s Books as a Product of His Library”, in: Günther Förg. Werke in der Sammlung Friedrichs, Berlin: Holzwarth, 2019, pp. 186-197).
I recently reviewed Michalis Pichler’s book Publishing Manifestos. An International Anthology from Artists and Writers (The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA/London; Miss Read, Berlin 2019) for issue 146 of Camera Austria magazine.
I am giving a paper at a conference on “Curatorial Practices of Comparing | Kuratorische Praktiken des Vergleichens” in Bielefeld, organized by Britta Hochkirchen. Full list of speakers and more details here (pdf).
Pleased to participate in this three-day conference in Ulm that will focus on exhibition design in the years 1950 to 1970. I will present on aspects of participation and display in Christian Chruxin’s ‘portable galleries’ (1963-66). Click here for program (pdf).
MAP #9 on “The Book as a Archival Space and Medium of Art” was just released and includes my article on the experimental publications Christian Chruxin designed for his gallery situationen 60 in Berlin.
Join us for an evening of talks on ‘Wall and page display. Reconsidering Presentational Context in Photographic Exhibitions, 1950–1970‘ at Central St. Martins in London. Other speakers: Clive Phillpot, Fabian Röderer and Helga Pakasaar. I will be presenting Lucy Lippard’s experimental exhibition ‘Groups’ (1969/1970).
Catalogue launch in conjunction with the opening of Exhibiting the Exhibition at Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden. See here for excerpts of my essay “The Catalogue as Exhibition. Suggestions for an Expanded Understanding of Display”.
Excited to host Olof Olsson’s performance Driving the Blues Away – An Info Comedy here in London. The event is free but seating is limited. To attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m a visiting lecturer this term in the M.A. program Curatorial Studies at Goethe University Frankfurt with a seminar on Seth Siegelaub and the Expansion of Curatorial Space.
IAWIS/AIERTI Conference in Lausanne (July 10–14, 2017). Chairing the panel Printed Matter: Conceptualism and Dissemination. The speakers are Katharine J. Wright, Antje Krause-Wahl, Sajda van der Leeuw, and Barbara Reisinger.
Exhibition opening of Was sich abzeichnet | What’s Unfolding at the Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck. Participating artists including: William Engelen, Danja Erni, Anne Gathmann, Dagmara Genda, Christian Pilz, David Semper, and Ralf Ziervogel.
I am giving a paper at the AAH New Voices Conference: Art Outside of the Gallery on Seth Siegelaub and the catalogue-as-exhibition.
Artist Talk at Kunstverein Leipzig in conjunction with Alwin Lay’s exhibition Der entscheidende Augenblick musste verschoben werden.