Foredrag av kurator Regine Ehleiter

Interessert i hvordan samtidskunst kan vises utenfor de vanlige visningsrommene? Foredraget «Printed Exhibitions: Expanding the Terms of Display» tar for seg hvordan dette kan gjøres.


Alle er velkommen til å høre på foredaget Printed Exhibitions. Expanding the Terms of Display av Regine Ehleiter. Foredraget holdes på engelsk og omhandler utstillinger i form av publikasjoner. Foredraget er på engelsk.

On May 24, 6 PM, please join us for Regine Ehleiter's talk "Printed Exhibitions. Expanding the Terms of Display". In a number of exhibitions dating to the 1960s and 1970s curators such as Seth Siegelaub and Lucy Lippard relied primarily on publications to display the dematerialized practices of Conceptual art. The exhibition design and installation strategies that characterize these printed exhibitions defy the conventional terms and terminologies of display. Instead of hanging paintings on a wall or placing objects in relationship to each other in a gallery space, exhibitions such as The Xerox Book (Siegelaub/Wendler, 1968) or Lippard’s Numbers shows (1969-74) are defined by their dual character of both showing and materially manifesting works on the pages and in the space of a publication. In her talk, Regine Ehleiter will argue for the need to review and expand the dominant terminology of display to account for contemporary exhibition practices beyond the gallery space.

Regine Ehleiter is a contemporary art curator and PhD candidate at the Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig. In her research, she focuses on artists’ books and exhibition history of the 1960s and 1970s, and recently undertook extensive archival work at MoMA, the Archives of American Art and the Getty. As part of her Curatorial Fellowship at Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral in 2016/17, Regine invited artists to conceive of the catalogue as additional space for display in her exhibition Was sich abzeichnet / What's Unfolding (on view until June 25, 2017 at Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck). Prior exhibitions include Let Me See You See Me (2015) at Atelierfrankfurt; Auf Zeit (2013, together with Johan Holten) at Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden; Matthias Böhler, Felix Burger, Christian Orendt: A Mess Carol (2013), Triin Tamm: The Carousel Collection (2013) and Rachel Sussman. The Oldest Living Things in the World (2012), at 45cbm, studio space of Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden. In 2006, she co-founded D21 Kunstraum in Leipzig, where she organized the artzine exhibition and symposium Thanks For Sharing (2010). Regine studied Cultural Studies, Art History and Journalism in Leipzig and London. She is a member of the Artistic Advisory Board of the Tromsø Kunstforening.

Foredraget er en del av Regine Ehleiters deltagelse i U.t I.I. hvor medlemmer av TKF sitt kunstneriske råd blir invitert opp til Tromsø. Tidligere deltakere har vært Sarah Perks (januar 2016), Benjamin Cook (januar 2017), Jan Christensen og Power Ekroth (februar 2017). Rike Frank skal ha et to-delt opphold i august 2017 og januar 2018. Rike Frank skal da virke som medkurator for festivalutstillingen 20


Tromsø Kunstforening's team would like to express its support and bring attention to the goal of our colleagues at Lo schermo dell arte Associazione Culturale in Italy

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