PLACE OF ART— EVENTS
"Place of Art" team conducts cultural and educational conferences, seminars, and workshops, that are followed by the periodical publication of the "Place of Art" journal.
Together with the Doctorate School of Art and Design in Higher School of Economics, we organize research seminars and scholar conferences during which our participants and invited speakers prepare reports and public talks on contemporary problematics of art, curating and its strategies
As an artist and teacher-researcher, Marie Preston sees her work as artistic research and ethnographic exploration, resulting in works that document experiences with those she meets. Her artistic process, based on the interaction of the knowledge and know-how of all involved, aims to create shared spaces. The resulting works – photographs, sculptures, performances, and films – range from the presentation of experiences through collective actions.
Natacha Nisic is an artist and filmmaker. She weaves links between history, representation and memory and its implications in the political, social and cultural fields. She explores the invisible relationship between images, words, interpretation, symbol and ritual. Her work questions the nature of the image through different media: Super 8, 16MM, video, photography and drawing. She created The Crown Letter (2020), an international platform of women artists, in response to the Coronavirus crisis.
June 05 — 19, 2020
Conference "Exhibition as a means of analysis of contemporaneity. Ethics and politics of exhibitions"
How can we make exhibitions nowadays and how can we analyze it? Firstly, we strive to examine different methods of exhibition analysis. Secondly, it is essential to address a variety of curatorial practices and see how the optics of every exhibition is created.
Due to the current circumstances, we decided to organize part of the “Place of Art” panel in the online format. We will begin with the publication of video presentations by section participants during June. After the series of presentations, we are planning to arrange a round table with the speakers, “Place of Art” team, and a wide audience.
April 11, 2019
During the "Place of Art" section Esther Shalev-Gerz presented a report about art and its societal position — physical and ideological, based on some of her most famous artworks, such as Monument Against Fascism in Hamburg and others
April 11, 2019
Unlearning and tertiary memory. Some ideas on nuisance and authoritarian society. Anna Markowska, University of Wroclaw, Poland.
Anna Markowska — an art historian, curator and critic from Poland, graduated from the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, currently a professor at the University of Wroclaw. She lectured in many countries: Czech Republic, Spain, Denmark, Italy, Israel, Portugal and Russia. Her research and teaching interests focus on art and culture from 1945 till now, comprise art after Holocaust, Polish art under Communism, art strategies in relation to power.