Events — 16 Apr 2018, 14 May 2018
- Stedelijk Museum Studio A
- 16 Apr, 3.30 pm
14 May, 3.30 pm
- Main language
MORE ABOUT THE GUESTSPEAKERS
Lukas Feireiss | Mon Oct 2, 1:30
With a background in Comparative Religious Studies, Philosophy and Ethnology, Lukas Feireiss works as an internationally acclaimed curator, writer and artist in the mediation of contemporary cultural reflexivity beyond disciplinary boundaries. In his artistic, curatorial, editorial and consultive work Lukas Feireiss aims at the critical cut-up and playful re-evaluation of theoretic and creative production modes and their diverse socio-cultural and medial conditions. He is the author and curator of numerous books and manifold exhibitions in the field of art, architecture and design. He has lectured and taught at various universities worldwide and is the director of the Radical Cut-Up Master’s at Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam.
The One Minutes | Mon Oct 30, 10 am
The One Minutes is a global network devoted to moving image. Since 1998, The One Minutes has produced and distributed more than 17,000 video works by artists from more than 120 countries. Every month, The One Minutes Foundation puts out a new series of 60-second films that investigate how we perceive and engage with moving image. Museums and cultural organizations around the world subscribe to the series.
Hanne Lippard | Mon Jan 8, 3:30
British-born, Norwegian artist Hanne Lippard is a writer and visual artist living and working in Berlin. Her texts are at the base of her time-based works, which include short films, sound piece and performance. Over the past years, Lippard has focuser herself on the production of language solely through the usage of the voice. Her practice stems from design by which she utilizes the voice as a way to convey the discrepancy between content and form.
2A+P/A - Gianfranco Bombaci + Matteo Constanzo | Mon April 16, 3:30
2A+P/A is an architectural office founded by Gianfranco Bombaci and Matteo Costanzo based in Rome. The office works on architectural, urban and landscape design with a particular interest in the nature and condition of the contemporary city. It engages in a broad range of activities including public and private buildings, housing complexes, urban spaces, event pavilions, temporary installations and interior design.
Leonard van Munster | Mon May 14, 3:30
Amsterdam-based contemporary artist Leonard van Munster usually makes site-specific and subject-specific work. Van Munster's installations are to be found mostly in public spaces, where the surroundings play an important role in the work and how it is experienced. Recurrent underlying themes are desire, homesickness and sentiment: a frozen moment of happiness or a childhood memory.