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DutchCulture | TransArtists invites you to join the book launch at OBA Oosterdok on Thursday 30 March 2023, 5 - 8 pm
1011 DL Amsterdam
17.30 – 17.45 Doors open
17.45 – 18.45 Table discussion with the editors of the book, Werker Collective (Marc Roig Blesa and Rogier Delfos) and Lara Khaldi
18.45 – 19.30 Performative reading by Giuliana Kiersz
19.30 – 20.00 Drinks
Please note that the number of places available is limited. If you have any questions, please contact Bojana Panevska, Advisor Arts Residencies and International Collaboration.
The publication On Care revolves around the nature of the resident-host encounter. From the outset, the editors did not aim to present an analysis of the operation of individual spheres of artist residencies, but rather to compile in dialogue a polyphonic publication that illustrates the nuances of residency work and artists' experiences, as well as the unstable constellations of artist residencies with its open-ended structure. Artist residency programmes can serve as a model for dealing with the ever-changing contemporary world and societies. All this makes it possible to fulfill the dream of a world where there is a balance between acceptance and separateness. This world offers authenticity, permanent change and constant transformation.
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Christoph Noe is co-founder of the art platform Larry's List, which now regularly inspires over 160,000 followers on Instagram. More than 300 art collectors from all over the world have already been interviewed by Larry's List – including prominent names.
In the context of his work in the art business, Christoph Noe has published several books, most recently a guidebook on how to navigate in the culture industry: "How to Not Fuck Up Your Art-World Happiness".
KUNSTBLICK talked to Christoph Noe exactly about this Art-World Happiness, how the approach of collectors has perhaps changed in the last 20 years, what role the narrative plays in this and why he wouldn’t call himself a collector.
Clara Oppel talks about her artistic work and working methods at the intersections of space, sound, installation and sculpture.
Clara Oppel, born 1967 in Germany, studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg and the University of Design Karlsruhe; artistic collaborator with Bruno Gironcoli and master student with Diet Sayler. Since 2007 internationally self-employed in the field of sound art.
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Radio feature about the artist (Deutschlandfunk Kultur, March 1, 2022)
by Barbara Schmidt
"Wer beim Titel VOICES an berühmte SängerInnen denkt, liegt nur teilweise richtig. Auch Regisseure, Manager, Pianisten, Dirigenten sind Teil der Veröffentlichung. Ihre Gemeinsamkeit besteht aus der Verbundenheit mit der Oper oder zumindest mit der klassischen Musik. Sie erzählen über die definierenden Momente ihrer Karriere, die ausschlaggebenden Situationen, die zum Ergreifen ihres Berufs geführt haben. Der Band versucht einen Bogen zu schlagen „über einhundert Jahre Kulturgeschichte […]: von Caruso über die ‚Goldenen 1950er‘ bis zur Gegenwart“ (S. 22)."
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On the occasion of the recently published catalog Breathing Space, the artist Clara Oppel talks with Johannes Rauchenberger about her artistic work and working methods as an artist between the interfaces of space, sound, installation and sculpture.
Prior to the Talk, the artist presents the sound object Sfumato, from the collection of the KULTUMUSEUM.
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For his project Studio Cairo, the artist Peter Garmusch travelled for a month during 2021 to Cairo where, with his studio as a point of departure, he engaged in an artistic dialogue with the megacity on the Nile. The book tells of this rendezvous with the hidden, the numinous, and the magical. Cloaked cars, elaborately tied-up packages along the edge of a street, abundant accumulations of plastic flowers: Peter Garmusch found the inspirations for his various motifs during intensive walks through Cairo, not at the supposedly beautiful sites.
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Thank you to everyone participating in and attending the VOICES book launch at the Wiener Staatsoper. It has been a pleasure!
As part of the TV broadcast of “Aida” ORF III “Erlebnis Bühne” is raffling three copies of the book – signed by Rachel Willis-Sørensen, Benjamin Bernheim, Christine Cerletti and Thomas Voigt.
Fans who couldn’t attend the talk can write an email with subject “Voices” to email@example.com for the chance to win a signed copy. Good luck!
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Café Puls Buchtipps:
The Double You Series is based on the eponymous body of works that Günther Selichar created in 2020 -2022. Instead of text, the artist's book contains pictures of words: color images of four different screens with varying pixel shapes and scans from a variety of printed publi-cations featuring diverse fonts. They spell the questions "Who?", "What?", "Where?" "When?" and "Why?", ,which guide journalists investi-gations and structure their output. With his text images, the media artist and theorist draws a line from early printed mass-media reproductions to texts on screens. The book prompts us to reflect on facts, which have lately often been supplanted by narratives.
Published on the occasion of the following exhibitions:
Günther Selichar Schirmherrschaft
Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, Mönchsberg, 26. 11. 2022 – 12. 3. 2023
Kunstsammlung Gera, 6. 4. — 11. 6. 2023
The Nocturnal Office for Real(i)ties by Günther Selichar creates a space in which questions can be posed concerning the origins of photographic images and what lies “behind” them: the production processes, technology, distribution channels, and “SUB | TEXTE” that have decisively influenced and determined the conditions under which they were made. Created between 1981 and 1983, the Nocturnal Office for Real(i)ties takes the reader back to the starting point, as it were, of the critical processing of apparatus-based images and offers a means to identify the discontinuities in discourse and the differen- ces between then and now, while at the same time marking a continuity of criticism and the political.
Accompanying the exhibition
Günther Selichar SUB | TEXTS
Camera Austria, Graz, 10 . 12 . 2022 – 19 . 2 . 2023
A journey through 70 years of musical history! On the occasion of the book launch of VOICES, Rachel Willis-Sørensen, Benjamin Bernheim und Bogdan Roščić, three of the 70 participating artists, will speak with Christine Cerletti and Thomas Voigt about defining moments in their careers.
Entrance: Herbert von Karajan-Platz/Ecke Opernring, 1010 Wien
at 2.30 p.m.
Admission is free.
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