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Willem de Rooij "PIERRE VERGER IN SURINAME" at Portikus

Exhibition, 27 March – 18 July 2021

Summer semester 2021

Information, 12 April – 16 July 2021

Lectures Summer Semester 2021

Online Lecture, 20 April – 8 July 2021

Willem de Rooij class: Premiere

Class Project, 7 – 21 May 2021

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Ellie Ga: Artist talk

Online Lecture, 18 May 2021, 19:00

David Gianotten: Contextual Engagement

Online Lecture, 20 May 2021, 19:00

Breaking Glass III – Virtual Space

Symposium, 28 – 30 May 2021

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Hassan Khan class: AUTONATURA

Class Project, 14 – 16 May 2021

Etta Madete: OCHA-African Avant-Garde

Online Lecture, 11 May 2021, 19:00

Banu Cennetoğlu: neither a mirror nor a hammer

Online Lecture, 6 May 2021, 19:00

Elif Saydam: The House Always Wins

Online Lecture, 20 April 2021, 19:00

STADL: Schtorona

Radio Show, 19 – 21 February 2021, 18:00–19:00

Willem de Rooij Class: Raum I7

Class Project, 19 February 2021

Rungdang

Event, 19 – 21 February 2021, 16:00–20:00

Bani Abidi: Funland

Online Lecture, 16 February 2021, 19:00

Olga Balema

Online Lecture, 4 February 2021, 19:00

Henrike Naumann: Aesthetics of Power

Online Lecture, 28 January 2021, 19:00

The Otolith Group: Infinity Minus Infinity

Online Lecture, 21 January 2021, 19:00

Manuela Moscoso: Liverpool Biennial 2021

Online Lecture, 19 January 2021, 19:00

Jason Mohaghegh: Dreams of the Last King

Online Lecture, 12 January 2021, 19:00

Avery Singer: Untitled

Lecture14 May 2018, 19:00Aula, Städelschule, Dürerstraße 10, 60596 Frankfurt am Main

In her talk "Untitled", Avery Singer will examine the methods of production and collaboration in a single painting to explore the implication of their meaning(s). The artist's presentation may be a bit unorthodox in its structure: as opposed to a traditional slide talk, Singer will encourage a discussion among the students to ask questions of what is being presented to them. 

Her lecture will revolve around a recently finished painting. In it, two avatars exist, one referencing a work conceived of almost 100 years ago, another from today, produced by a character named Lil Wavi. What are the ways in which a painting can become a physical translation of a historical interaction, or a virtual/digital one? Is digital space always defined by having a social character? Can it divorce itself from that? What would that mean? What might it look like? How can painting serve as an ir/relevant exploration of absurdity in the digital age? 

Avery Singer (*1987) is an artist living and working in New York.

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