Theory — 3 Mar 2019

In conjunction with the exhibition Freedom of Movement, the Stedelijk Museum organizes an afternoon program with lectures and panel discussions.
Price
Museumticket + €3
Location
Teijin Auditorium
Time
3 Mar, 3 pm until 5.30 pm
Main language
English
Admission
Tickets

The museum is excited to bring together a selection of the participating artists to contextualize and elaborate on different themes and subjects highlighted in the exhibition. The seminar is set to begin with an introduction by the curators of the program, followed by talks and panel discussions. 

Speakers include Karen Archey (Curator of Contemporary Art, Time-based Media and curator of the exhibition Freedom of Movement) and Jeanette Bisschops (Curatorial Assistant, Time-based Media) and artists Michele Rizzo, Deniz Eroglu, Falke Pisano, Joy Mariama Smith, Polina Medvedeva, Isabelle Andriessen, Kate Cooper, JODI, Remco Torenbosch, Verena Blok, Rory Pilgrim, Jort van der Laan, Yael Bartana and Juan Arturo García.

Yael Bartana, ‘Tashlikh (Cast Off)’, 2017, eenkanaals video- en geluidsinstallatie, 11 min, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Capitain Petzel, Berlin, Petzel Gallery, New York, en Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan
Yael Bartana, ‘Tashlikh (Cast Off)’, 2017, eenkanaals video- en geluidsinstallatie, 11 min, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Capitain Petzel, Berlin, Petzel Gallery, New York, en Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan

PROGRAM

2.45 pm
Doors open
3.00 - 3.10
Welcome and Introduction by Karen Archey
3.10 - 3.45
Panel Conversation: Exploring Time-based Practices
3.45 - 4.20
Panel Conversation: The Artist, Museum and Community
4.20 - 4.45
Break and tea with Jort van der Laan
4.45 - 5.20
Panel Conversation: Political and Social Considerations on Freedom of Movement
5.20 - 5.30
Wrap-up by Karen Archey and Jeanette Bisschops
6.00 PM
Museum closes

FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT

Freedom of Movement is the latest edition of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam’s Municipal Art Acquisitions, a biannual exhibition that features recent work from artists living in the Netherlands. The Municipal Art Acquisitions are always focused on a different discipline, and this year’s version brings together artists who work within the field of time-based media, which includes film and video work, internet art, performance, choreography, sound art, and workshops.