06.07.2018—08.07.2018

Anti–Museum

Concert, Symposium, Palermo

06.07.2018 H16:00
07.07.2018 H16:00
08.07.2018 H11:00
Ex Noviziato dei Crociferi
Via Torremuzza 21

Introduction

Biographies

Programme

Dates
06.07.2018
08.07.2018
Location
Palermo
Category
Concert, Symposium
Information

06.07.2018 H16:00
07.07.2018 H16:00
08.07.2018 H11:00
Ex Noviziato dei Crociferi
Via Torremuzza 21

The symposium will focus primarily on “Martin Kippenberger. The Museum of Modern Art Syros” exhibition and, taking this as a starting point, it will extensively examine today’s criticism on institutions and museums. Thanks to the contribution of international speakers involved in the criticism of the museum institution, the symposium will explore alternative and unorthodox ways to think about its role and it will give a better insight to this less known Kippenberger’s project, a cornerstone of his artistic career.

The symposium is organised by Istituto Svizzero with MAMCO Geneva, and supported by the Estate Martin Kippenberger, Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne.

On the evening of Saturday 7 July, in collaboration with Montreux Jazz Artists Foundation, Montreux sous les palmes.
Concerts and performances by: Elina Duni (voice and piano), Rob Luft (guitar) and Tobias Preisig (violin).

Round tables in English. Free entry.

Friday 6 July

4-7pm – Round table 1

The MOMAS Description
Testimony and thoughts of different artists on Martin Kippenberger’s project

Speakers
Daniel Baumann (Director at Kunsthalle Zürich)
Lukas Baumewerd (Architect)
Heike-Karin Föll (Artist)
Françoise Ninghetto (Ex-curator MAMCO, Genève)
Elfie Semotan (Artist)
Ulrich Strothjohann (Artist)

Moderator
Samuel Gross (Head Curator, Istituto Svizzero)

8pm – Film projection of the programme Christopher Williams presented on Syros in 1995:
Picture and Sound Rushes, 1973, by Morgan Fisher
11 minutes, black and white, optical sound, 16mm

Projection Instructions, 1976, by Morgan Fisher
4 minutes, black and white, optical sound, 16mm

A Study of Relationships Between Inner and Outer Space, 1969, by David Lamelas
24 minutes, black and white, optical sound, 4:3 original format, 16mm film

 

Saturday 7 July

4-7pm – Round table 2

Anti-Museum
Artist’s exhibitions which challenge museum’s possibilities as a proposal of Anti-Museum

Speakers
Lionel Bovier (Director at MAMCO, Genève)
Antonio Scoccimarro (Publishing Editor at Mousse Magazine, Milano)
Bea Schlingelhoff (Artist, Senior lecturer at Zurich University of the Arts/ZHdK)
Niels Olsen and Fredi Fischli (Graphische Sammlung ETH, Zürich) Swetlana Heger (Artist, Director of Department Art & Media at Zurich University of the Arts/ZHdK)

Moderator
Charlotte Laubard (Dean of the Visual Art Department of HEAD-Genève, Curator Swiss Pavillon 58th Venice Biennial)

 

8pm – Concerts in collaboration with Montreux Jazz Artists Foundation

Montreux sous les Palmes

Elina Duni (voice & piano) & Rob Luft (guitar)
Tobias Preisig (violin)

 

Sunday 8 July

11am-1pm – Round table 3

Architecture at the wheel of the new exhibitions’ model?
Questions and questioning on who is the real actor of the new exhibition model

Speakers
Lukas Baumewerd (Architect)
Pippo Ciorra (Senior Curator MAXXI Architecture, Roma)
Boris Gusic (Architect)

Moderator
Alessandro Bava (Architect)

Elina Duni is a Swiss-Albanian singer born in Tirana in 1981. Her repertoire mixes jazz, Balkan folk music with song’s standards. Her lyrics are sung in Bulgarian, Romanian, Turkish, Rom, Greek, Albanian and English.

Rob Luft is an award-winning 24-year-old musician from London, and has been described as one of the UK’s most prominent and talented young contemporary jazz guitarists. Rob was the recipient of the 2016 Kenny Wheeler Jazz Prize in association with Edition Records, and he also received the 2nd Prize in The 2016 Montreux Jazz Guitar Competition. His debut album, Riser, was released in July 2017, to widespread critical acclaim from the European jazz media.

Tobias Preisig is a Swiss violinist and composer born in Zurich in 1981. His style can be described as alternative jazz or experimental improvised jazz.
He plays mainly with his electronica duo Egopusher. He toured through Switzerland, France, Austria, Germany, Japan, and China, playing at festivals such as the Cully Jazz Festival, Hamburg’s Überjazz, Basel’s Offbeat, Jazz Festival Schaffhausen, Altstadtherbst Düsseldorf, JZ Festival Shanghai.

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