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Feb 28, 2017

Why Does Fred Sandback’s Work Make Me Want to Be Ridiculous?

Sandback was willing to risk his sculptures being nothing at all, and so he was able to create works of art that feel relevant to everything. Adam Lerner on Fred Sandback

Lecture
Mar 07, 2017

The most conceptually compelling work of art in the Guggenheim’s But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise: Contemporary Art of the Middle East and North Africa is also its least visible. Debriefing Session II by Public Movement, a research-driven Israeli collaborative, takes the form of a secret, one-on-one meeting between a Public Movement agent and a participating audience member. Risa Puleo, “A Pair of Performances Exposes the Politics of How Museums Operate,” Hyperallergic, September 28, 2016

Lecture
Mar 21, 2017

Being the Opposite

We can discuss Orchard as a possible answer to the question about collective and critical art practice today. Establishing a space for different relations between art and the social is political in my understanding. I am not saying that this is the only way in which the political needs to be enacted, but it is one possibility, and Orchard was a concrete and functioning example. Ulrike Müller, in “An Idea-Driven Social Space,” by Andrea Geyer and Ulrike Müller, Grey Room 35, Spring 2009