Louisa Jacobs plays with different layers of drawing, moving, sound and video. The room itself is the basic for recycling dialogs. This is a colaboration with GSPRCH that is initiated by Mira Hirtz, Maximilian Bauer, Louisa Jacobs and Nils Reuter.
doors open from 5 pm
Party with Zoka (Supa) from 8 pm
In OFFSPACE RELEARNING performers looking for already occupied spaces in Kassel – documenta14 offers a lot of them– in order to (de-)activate them. OFFSPACE claims these places in their practise of recycling. Performances will be e.g. at Friedrichsplatz, Tokonoma, Interim, Documenta-Halle etc.
Dates and info, mainly spontaneous, watch facebook andkompanieoffspace.com
Artist & Educator Talk with Lisa Wood (Brandon University)
Lisa Wood, Assistant Professor at Brandon University, Canada, will discuss the pedagogy and philosophy of the Department of Visual and Aboriginal Art. The department is the first institution in Canada to offer a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a focus in Indigenous art practices. It is unique in it’s small size, high student to professor ratio, and special opportunities for Thesis students.
Lisa is an artist, collaborator, and educator. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Manitoba and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Yale University. Lisa’s artistic practice investigates transience and ritual. She has been the recipient of many awards and scholarships and has exhibited her painting and prints nationally and internationally at venues including: Actual Contemporary and Plug In ICA (Winnipeg), The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba (Brandon), and Julie Saul Gallery (New York City). Before moving to Brandon, Manitoba to become Assistant Professor in the Department of Visual and Aboriginal Art at Brandon University, she was an active contributor to the Winnipeg arts scene. Over the span of 15 years, she worked in various roles including: Studio Coordinator at Art City, Director at PLATFORM Centre for Photographic and Digital Arts, Instructor at the University of Manitoba, and Program Coordinator at Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art.
PINK TALK with Manit Sriwanichpoom
Der thailändische Künstler MANIT SRIWANICHPOOM wird seine Arbeiten im KMMN-Space zeigen und ihr seid eingeladen mit Ihm ins Gespräch zu kommen.
Beginn ist um 20 Uhr.
Danach wird das norwegische Orchester eine Session spielen.
Die Bar wird euch mit kühlen Drinks versorgen.
Short Biography –
MANIT SRIWANICHPOOM is a leading Thai photo artist, the best known in the international art
world. His socially & politically resonant work has been exhibited worldwide & collected by important international museums. In 2010 he started a look-back project called “Seeking Forgotten Thai Masters of Photography” that has been discovering & introducing unknown photographers and their work. As a cultural activist, Manit has been involved in many photographic & cultural endeavours such as running the highly respected Kathmandu Photo Gallery in Bangkok & as an executive board member of Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC). Currently, he’s helping to shape the programmes of the second edition of PhotoBangkok Festival 2018 that he has co-founded. He is also the chairman of Foundation Cinema Oasis.